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beautiful place

love this place as a replacement for the beach in the town . here you can relax and enjoy to wait... read more

Reviewed today
Made R
via mobile
Loved the beach

It is near to the zip line activity. The beach is beautiful. A couple of resorts and hotels are... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Emad M
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Reviewed today via mobile

love this place as a replacement for the beach in the town . here you can relax and enjoy to wait till sunset . and you can drink as well and choose in some bars there

Thank Made R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is near to the zip line activity. The beach is beautiful. A couple of resorts and hotels are there with bars and resturants

Thank Emad M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I spend 2 nights at this area. Very beautiful beach and great for swimming. I would definitely recommend to everyone. I liked both Marimegmeg and Las Cabanas beach. They are neighbors and one of the best beaches I stayed :)

Thank Suamiles
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A bit difficult to find on your own as there's no signage. The beach is clean and had good swimming shots with small resto-bars asking the way with deck chairs (free of charge)

Thank H00chie_Mama
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Las Cabanas is the place where you want to go when you need to relax. Beach is nice, calm and the most important clean. El nido is kind of dirty but you can just take the tricycle for 200 pesos and you find this nice...More

Thank Jakub H
Reviewed 11 June 2018 via mobile

Beach is very clean with lots of lovely bars along it. Great views and a zip wire over head. Tuktuk from El Nido for 150 peso

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Reviewed 10 June 2018

Yesterday we caught a trike to Las Cabanas Beach from El Nido proper. It was 150 pesos (he waited for us there for over an hour even though we hadn't asked, so do ensure you have another 150 pesos to come back as that's only...More

1  Thank DiannesReviews
Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

Reached this place in less than 15mins from El Nido proper. Trike should cost Php150. Place is great, we went there in the morning so we could enjoy it with less crowd and yes we had a great time indeed. Shore was not that white...More

Thank SejGirard
Reviewed 7 June 2018 via mobile

Mostly European drinking and sunbathers (some topless). Beach is not that clean and no other facilities. And, if you don't have a ride you probably end up taking the trycycle which like in a roller coaster!

Thank Quietcreek
Reviewed 30 May 2018 via mobile

I went there more by accident because I was looking for a nice beach near my hostel. Really nice beach and they offer a few activities like zip line or stand up pad. There are a few beach bars. Would definitely come back.

Thank Kat J
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Jann R
18 January 2017|
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Response from AlessioBrno | Reviewed this property |
They asked for 150php, we were 2 people, i gave 100php.
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WendyUnderwood
29 March 2016|
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Response from Christopher S | Reviewed this property |
It is safe, and previous responses are correct about theft etc. But, be forewarned, the Philippines is not "backpacker friendly". What I mean is, if you go to Thailand, Cambodia, etc., there are multitudes of hostels... More
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Jay P
24 January 2016|
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Response from Dominika K | Reviewed this property |
100 php
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