Pinagbuyutan Island is one of the most enchanting of the El Nido landscapes. It is one of the most striking islands in Palawan because of its distinctive shape, pure limestone walls and white sand. Its tall limestone cliffs resembles the Rock of Gibraltar. Pinagbuyutan Island, also known as Inabuyatan Island, has soft powdery white sand comparable to the world’s best beaches. The waters of Pinagbuyutan are one of a kind, as the shallow waters near the shore are colored white because of the sand below, and turn green then blue as you go farther from the shore. For about a couple of meters from the shore the water is shallow and then gets deeper into an area full of fish, perfect for snorkeling. On an elevated part of the island, from the beach there are coconut trees planted, which make a nice shade and just add to the exquisite tropical look. Get captivated by the emerald green color of the water and the phenomenal seascape fronting this island. It is possible to have picnic lunch at the beach area. If you do not know how to swim, just stay close to the shore because it has a deep part just few meters away from the shore.