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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 :)
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
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
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
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!
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.
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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
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, cheap accommodations, cheap eats...things are geared towards backpackers. Philippines is getting there, yes, but its not quite there. Accommodations are anywhere from double to triple what a Thai or Cambodian place will cost. We, Canadians, were paying over $20 CAD each night in the cheapest of accommodations, whereas anywhere else was quite cheap. We spent 3 weeks in North and Central South in Feb and Mar 2016...message me if you want to know where to go and what to see.