Snake Island, Palawan - The Phillippines: This island is in El Nido. We have to take a day trip for snorkelling there and the island nearby. The water is crystal clear. The local boat we took is very uniquie which is my first time to ride on this kind of boat.
When I first got to know about the snake island, I thought that because there are so many snakes, it was called Snake Island. In fact, the Snake Island is named after its shape. After the ebb tide, this area has an exposed curved sandbar, like a snake. It is possible that the horizontal field of view is not very visible, and it is very obvious that it is overlooked or aerial. Sitting on the bow, there is a vast expanse of scenery, and El Nido is like a utopia that is far away from the dust. There is no mobile phone network here, only the sound of birds singing and waves rushing; no one is making any noise, only laughter; no TV newspaper, only bright green views and blue sky; no artificial things, only nature with lots of trees. People who come here will definitely fall in love with this place.
Cave exploration is a special outdoor activity in Palawan. Under the guidance of the guide, our boat stopped at the entrance of the cave. Everyone disembarked into the cave. ~
The natural cave here preserves the original landform, and the hole is Such as the size of the TV screen, very exciting. The guide first laid a towel blanket on the rugged hole, and then demonstrated the hole ~
through the hole. The scene inside perfectly explained the words Don't have a hole. Looking up and seeing the cave is nearly three stories high. The top of the cave has been weathered for many years. There are several large caves, and natural light is shot into the cave, which is very dreamy.
There is a cave just a loving shape, shot out of the mirror, and the grandmother took a photo~
Snake Island is a small island with slender white sandy beaches connected in the middle. Spread with white sand, the coastline is shaped like a snake, and the shape changes with the tide. Some people call Snake Island as Vigan Island. When the tides recede, the two parts are connected by sand dunes. They are like snakes in the sea. You can walk from one part to another along the "snake-shaped" beach.