El Nido is a coastal settlement on the Philippines island of Palawan. El Nido is comprised of 45 islands and islets; limestone cliffs are also found here, which form a Karst backdrop similar to those found in Ha Long Bay, Krabi and Guilin. El Nido is a popular destination for locals during the long holidays of Holy Week but, until recently, has been relatively unknown to foreign tourists. El Nido is more than just a stereotypical tropical paradise. Beaches, clear waters, jungle, steep limestone cliffs and stunning inlets make for one of the world’s most beautiful seascapes.
Before El Nido became a popular tourist destination, fishing and harvesting swift nests (“Nido”) were the main source of income. Nowadays tourism has become the municipality’s main source of revenue; however, the authorities are trying to keep it sustainable and hotel chains are refreshingly absent. Huge tour groups are nowhere to be seen. El Nido is also known for water sports such as diving, snorkeling and kayaking.
The El Nido area being one of the most scenic places in all of the Philippines lends itself to having unlimited backdrops and scenery with which we use for our productions. Numerous exotic islands and picturesque beaches await photographers for tours in this location. This location is the most remote of our locations and requires a bit of travel to make it here. From the moment you arrive you will not regret having made the journey.
We are going here November 2015!!! Message us for details!
Watch this video and I guarantee you will want to visit this tropical oasis!! El Nido Aerial View