El, Nido, Palawan: Best Travel Destination in the Philippines

The Municipality of El Nido requires not much of an introduction since it is well known for its white sand beaches, stunning lagoons, towering karst mountain islets and exceptionally clear waters teeming with diverse marine life. This town is home to about 50,500 residents whose lives are mainly focused on tourism, agriculture and fisheries.

The locals of El Nido came from a deep Palawan heritage ranging from the Tagbanwas and migrants from cuyo and other municipalities of Palawan dating back to the Spanish regime. The cultural influences of tribal living is still evident in isolated communities far from the buzzling tourist district, where the way of life is still in harmony with nature.

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