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Sulu Sea Honeymoon Suite + Infinity View

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hosted by Alfred Lee
  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1.5 baths
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Stranded in El Nido? That's great! We are allowed by El Nido Mayor Edna Lim to receive guests on the far side of El Nido district.

The nicest suite in El Nido with an epic ocean view good for 2 guests.

Including:

+ Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
+ El Nido Pick-up & Drop-off
+ Snorkeling Gear & Kayak Rental
+ Roomservice
+ Coffee, Tea & Snacks
+ 1h Beach Massage
+ Kingsize bed
+ En suite bathroom
+ Sulu Sea horizon cliff terraces

Best for honeymooners and lovers! <3

The space
On the far side of the island is a small house on the top of the cliff. No one near by, just you. The winding paths from the front beach (free to use) leads up the cliff house.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
1 king bed

What this place offers

Beach access – Beachfront
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Washer
Shared patio or balcony
Private backyard – Fully fenced
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

Where you’ll be

El Nido, Philippines

Brother Island, also known as Small Darocoton, is an island in the El Nido Province of Palawan, Philippines. It is sited roughly 400km south-west from Manila and can be reached via the El Nido Airport.

El Nido, is in the province of Palawan and is handled as one of the most unspoilt areas of the Philippines. Islands, jungle and sea as you know it from movies and commercials.

The province of El Nido is known as one of the last frontiers known to the seemingly unstoppable developments of commercial tourism everywhere else.

On the neighboring islands, there are some small towns and villages. The nearest village is Ligad and can be reached by boat in 10 minutes. This is where the SAMA-SAMA charity pilot project started out by building the first highly sustainable watertank in the region, of which 8 more have been made in the last 2 years.

Then there is Teneguiban, the next bigger village, around 25 minutes away from the island. There you can find an est 80ha Mangrove Forest which is also ideal for birdwatching.

Big Daracoton Island and Cabuli Island are ideal sights for island hopping tours, both just 20 minutes away.

Small Brother Island, aka Nalbot, can be seen from the spectacular view from our Hilltop Banyan House, where the largest anchor in the world is known to be sunken, merely 5-10 minutes away. Also there is a tiny 12 meter wide beach where you can go snorkeling and have a picknick during the day.

If you are into hiking, there are also some interesting pathways from Ligad village to Djapila village or to Teneguiban. A hike to Djapila takes about 2-3 hours back and forth, and the hike to Teneguiban, around 4-5 hours.

Vis a vis on the main island of Palawan and as well on surrounding islands we can find small villages such as Ligad, Teneguiban and San Fernando. These places can be reached within 5 to 30 minutes from the island, ideal for daytrips and picknicks. Daytrips last 6 hours and cost P700/person. Daytrips include a picknick meal.

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