Tapiutan Island is located in the South China Sea, parallel to Matinloc Island, and is the most remote island in the Bacuit archipelago of El Nido, Palawan. The pass between the two isles, the Tapiutan Straight, is narrow and etched with towering cliffs, which gives visitors passing through an enchanting feeling. It faces the open sea and smaller boats have trouble reaching it. The island is considered to be one of the most striking islands in El Nido because of its contour and vertical limestone walls. The island’s rich marine life is one reason why it lures a multitude of scuba diving and snorkeling enthusiasts. There are also several beaches on the western side of the island that faces the open sea like Star Beach and Talisay Beach. These beaches have unspoiled white sand and its waters rich in colorful corals and diverse Continue reading
Matinloc Island has two prominent beaches in El Nido. The Kulasa and Star beaches urge you to experience a dream-like escapade to the white powdery sands of Matinloc Island. The Star Beach is considered as one of the exceptional resorts of Bacuit Bay. This dazzling white beach is perfect for diving, swimming and snorkeling. The crystalline blue water is copious in vibrant corals and other sea anemones. Gutsy divers find Star Beach as the leading spot for camerawork.