Seven Commandos Beach was named after the 7 Japanese soldiers who lived on the island after World War II. Their names were found on the rocks at that island. This glamorous resort is boosting with cream-like sands and tortoise waters. The beach is fairly wide and has a long stretch of fine white sands. Its crystal clear turquoise water matches well with the green vegetation carpeting the massive rock walls on its backdrop. Seven Commandos is actually part of El Nido mainland but is accessible only by boat due to the gigantic limestone karst which separate it from the town center. Seven Commandos beach has elite cocktail hubs and other snack booths open to serve you. Guest can enjoy snorkeling, swimming and other beach sports along the coast.