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Nacpan Beach is probably the most famous beach in El Nido. Nacpan is located in Barangay Bucana, in the northern part of Palawan Island, about 45-minute drive from El Nido town. Nacpan beach is considered the most beautiful beach in the area which stretches up to 4 kilometers long.
Beach · Off the Beaten Track · Famous · Sun & Beach
Open today: 24 hours
Operating hoursHolidays may affect opening times
El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
claradayh posted a recommendation
2 years ago
If your definition of unwinding is somewhere quiet, serene, and close to nature — El Nido will never fail to amaze you! Nacpan Beach has been voted as one of the best beaches in the world, oblivious to the knowledge of many. It’s 30 minutes away from the town proper, but it’s worth the travel and effort! I’m not trying to be biased because our resort is near Nacpan Beach, but I’ve been to a lot of beaches in the world and nothing compares to its beauty.
2 years ago
2 years ago
This four-kilometer beachfront of pearly white sand screams summertime in every corner. Under the cloudy skies of El Nido is Nacpan Beach's azure waters gleefully playing with beachgoers taking a dip. There are many restaurants here that offer delicious food at budget-friendly prices. After a refreshing swim, trek into a hill where you'll see the breathtaking view of Nacpan and Calitang Beaches. Yes, this heavenly paradise exists!
4 years ago
5 years ago
Solid spot to relax and tan. About 30-45 min away from the mainland. (Tricycle/scooter)
girltravelfactor posted a wishlist
7 months ago
Boracay offers the best sunset view, to relax, to recharge and to forget about your worries and just be awed by its grandeur.
francescawrites posted a recommendation
8 months ago
A great experience will always be memorable. It is true with the unforgettable trip I had in Ilocos. Saud Beach is among the cleanest of Philippines' majestic beaches. A gem for locals and tourists who wants to experience a beach holiday on a white sand scenery. Take a dip on the waters of the West Philippine Sea. Don't forget to put your sunscreen before you dive in!
user5149358887 posted a memory
10 months ago
What: Birthday Celebration When: July 2019 (3 pm - 12nn) Where: Pansacola Beach Resort Ambiance: 4/5 The camping place was nice, quiet, and safe. The whole area was well lit and aesthetically pleasing. Cleanliness: 4/5 The camping place and restaurant were clean except for the common comfort room/showers. It is dark, small, water insufficient, and there are a lot of mosquitos, especially at night time. Accommodation: 5/5 We brought our own tents and there wasn't a fee for that. View: 5/5 The beach has clear turquoise waters beginning at 6 am until in the afternoon. The sand is clean and cream white as it is in the photos. Overall: 4.5/5 The stay was pleasant and relaxing. Though we had to wait for the high tide since we arrived in the afternoon, the morning after is totally worth it. I recommend you stay for at least 2 nights to enjoy the morning waters. Pros: The page is responsive to my inquiries. There is a designated grilling place with free woodcuts to use. The price of entrance fees, tents, and others are affordable for the stay. The free entertainment on weekends (fire dancers and fireworks show) added to the fun experience. Also, the locals are very nice, friendly, and polite. Cons: Food/Beverages is expensive. Clean tap water wasn't accessible in the area. Their rates are moderately high but worth it.
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