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The starting sport for tour C. Nice bay and clear water with some nice snorkelling but again too crowded for relaxing snorkelling without being permanently hit. The best view is from the boat, the island really resembles the helicopter.
This is also known as Helicopter Island and has a glorious golden sandy beach and beautiful turquoise coloured water. This is where we stopped for our second dive. I didn’t actually go diving at this spot so I went snorkelling over to the beach and...More
Nice beach with a few rocks and great snorkelling opportunities. Try to skip the crowds. As everywhere in el nido if you come at the same time as all the tours you will not get a chance to enjoy this gorgeous place
We visited Helicopter Island twice, once as part of a dive day excursion and again on a private island hopping day for snorkelling - neither disappointed.
The tunnel is a well known dive site, good for experienced divers who can deal with surge and are...More
Well it really looks like a helicopter. The island has its own beauty. It may not be as white sand as the other island i has a big light brown shorline that is good for pictorial and nice view of the ocean. Unfortunately, I did...More
Plenty of gold looking sands and very clean water with good views all around , it was our last day here and a good choice to go to wish we had more time to visit Palawan but time ran out as we go to siargao...More
Island view from afar looks like a helicopter.
First Stop of Tour C. Be warned that you have to swim to the beach if the boat can't be docked near the beach.
The beach has fine white sand.. On the rocky side of the island,...More
Helicopter Island was the first stop in our Tour C trip. It's a good intro to what Tour C is all about as we had to get off and board the boat by swimming a little bit (you can use life jackets though). Waves were...More