A Beach Whose Name I Forgot



We visited a remote part of  El Nido on a motorbike 28 kilometers from town center to get to a deserted beautiful beach. Such a shame, right? I forgot the name of this spot and I can't find it anywhere in my notes, neither on the internet. I was probably so excited at that time I forgot to write it down.

While renting a motorbike in  El Nido Town, we found out that a family-owned beach front B&B just opened its doors to tourists through a flyer with a map.  It was located further than Nacpan Beach.  As we crossed rice paddies and rolling hills whose steep slope almost sent us sliding back when our engine suddenly died, it was a fun experience having a beach lost to everyone and all to ourselves that day. With that, I'd like to post this unedited video on a motorbike to share with you the sights and sounds as though you are with us.



The Journey


The Destination

The B&B with a small terraced restaurant
The white sand beach. The  owners of the beach house offer boat rentals to visit that island and the neighboring beaches.
Accommodation: Camping in tents with a common bathroom and lounge
A good chicken curry lunch with that view.
There is no public transportation to get to this place other than a motorbike. However, there's a possibility for a van transfer/ pickup from El Nido Town if you're booked in this resort.

Food:  They offer a good serving of delicious home cooked style meal that is reasonably priced.

Activities: They have recently set up a rock climbing wall which wasn't there yet during our visit. They also have in-land 4X4 tours to the nearby hot springs, waterfalls, hanging bridge and neighboring beaches.

How to get to El Nido? Click here


Follow up post:  Now I do remember where it is!  
The place is called Verde Safari

For reservations, contact:
Verde Safari
Sitio Dagmay, Brgy. Teneguiban,
El Nido, Palawan 5313
Philippines
Email:  verdesafari@gmail.com
Mobile Phone:  (+63) 929-741-8885 or (+63) 917-5072818 
Website: http://www.verdesafari.com/




Have a happy Friday!
Love & light,
Arni


{P.S. This is not a sponsored post. We just had a memorable afternoon there and would like to share this place to those who are planning a trip to El Nido.}

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15 comments

  1. Such beautiful photos! It seems like a real paradise to me. I wish I could ever holiday in an idyllic beach like this one without worries or cares. The motorbike ride seems like an interesting experience itself!

    Have a wonderful weekend, Arni :)
    xoxo Irene

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  2. Oh, how beautiful! And what a luxury to have it all to yourselves, when you were there. Lucky, lucky you !!

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  3. I love that island in the background of the first pic ,Arni!

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  4. beautiful place! i loved your video!! it really made it seem like i was riding :) thank goodness it wasn't a flat tire. how did you capture the footage? was the camera on your husband's helmet? thanks for sharing this wonderful place!! have a great weekend!

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    1. Hi Jane, Have a great weekend to you too! He had a GoPro chest strap.

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  5. What a gorgeous spot! Watching the video made me feel like I was in a video game, riding along with you! I have made a note of this special place...

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  6. This looks like the perfect place to hideout and relax. ;)

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  7. Holy Moly, that last photograph! STUNNING. It looks so idyllic.

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  8. Okay I want to go to every single place that you've been - they look straight out of a postcard

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  9. Wow, how impressive. I definitely wouldn't have the guts to ride a motorbike, haha.

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  10. Gorgeous. Maybe I'll get to visit one day.

    (I couldn't get the video to play for me, but I can't wait to watch it.)

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  11. Lovely photos and what a lovley tranquil beach. The chicken curry looks delicious and there's nothing better than eating a great meal, al fresco with a wonderful view. Enjoy your weekend.
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  13. Thank you Arni for sharing about our little paradise :-)

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