The Latest on Pickups and Dropoffs in El Nido

Dear Guests, This is the latest news regarding pickups and dropoffs in El Nido as per El Nido municipal council’s rules (effective March 1, 2015). Drop-offs inside town are now ALLOWED. Pick-ups (inside town) ALLOWED only for chartered trips (we need to provide proof of chartered trips to town patrolmen) NOT ALLOWED for regular trips. Instead, please go to the Poblacion Bus Terminal: If your hotel / accommodation is in Corong-Corong which is outside of town, this does not apply to you. Sincerely, The Daytripper Team    

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What to Bring to Palawan

What to Bring to Palawan

Going to Palawan can be an amazing experience, but what should you bring? Here are things we suggest you need to do or to take with you when visiting Palawan. Wet bag Because you will likely hop on to boats and get water splashes on to you. Especially when taking the island hopping tours in El Nido, wet bags are essential. Waterproof casing and camera Since the climate in Palawan can be a little unpredictable, and at the same time you might like to perform underwater diving and take some pics, it’s a very good idea to get a waterproof […]

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About your trip to and from El Nido

About your trip to and from El Nido

Dear Guests, We would just like to inform you that the Municipal Town Council of El Nido has recently again imposed a no-vehicle drop-off and pickup “rule” inside the main town of El Nido effective January 21, 2015. This affects our services to our valued guests and while we value the convenience we offer you, we have no choice but to follow their “rule”. We will try our best to appeal against this like what we did before however we cannot guarantee if this will be approved and when. Until then, you may confirm with us close to the date of your trip if this affects your trip or not. Please note […]

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Your 16€ Value

Your 16€ Value

What can you buy with 16 Euros? About 6 breakfast meals of cappuccino and pastry in Italy (or 5 calzones, if you’d like) 8 dozens of eggs in Portugal (that’s almost enough to feed a hundred people!) 1 Bottle of La Pompadour Corbières in France (ah, French wine) 16 cans of beer in Germany 6 one-way local transports in the Netherlands 5 slices of Marinara pizza in Naples (and we know how big they are!) at least two tickets to see a movie anywhere (the Hobbit, anyone?) 6.5 kgs of olives or 1 liter of extra virgin Olive Oil in […]

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Why El Nido?

Why El Nido?

In the northernmost point of Palawan is a coastal town called El Nido, famous for its white sands, pristine beaches, limestone cliff formations, lagoons, and its many islets and islands. It has been named as the Best Philippine Beach this year (2012) by CNNGo, and has attracted international movies and shows such as Bourne Legacy and the Amazing Race. The reason would be simple even to us: it’s paradise, and if you’re looking for a quiet, serene place to unwind and recharge, if you are in search of a private getaway or are perhaps looking for inspiration and just pure […]

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