These groups of islands and inlets are located at the northern part of Palawan. The most striking features of these islands are their scenic landscape (massive limestone islands of varying shapes and sizes scattered about the sparkling Bacuit bay), thriving exotic flora and fauna (this area is protected by law against exploitation), and their remote location.
A 2 day and 1 night package is not enough to explore these islands. We only managed to explore Lagen Island.
There is an interesting island we saw while on our way to Lagen Island. Pinagbuyutan is a very massive limestone island. It is possible to have a picnic lunch on its beach area, which is located at the southeastern side of the island.
We were supposed to visit Miniloc Island, but we changed our mind at the last minute in favor of exploring Lagen Island. Miniloc Island is famous for its big and small lagoons. These lagoons are ideal for kayaking, snorkeling, and swimming.
We plan to visit El Nido again in the near future, and we shall never miss Vigan Island (Snake Island), which is famous for its s-shaped sandbar; Pangulasian Island, which has a long stretch of white sand and offers a good view for sunset; Matinloc Island, which has a secret beach; and of course, Miniloc Island. If we will still have more time, then we shall visit Cadlao, Dilumacad, Entalula, Paglugaban, Pangulasian, Pinasil and Tapiutan.