Snake Island

El Nido, Palawan

Snake Island
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Reich T.
5.0 Stars

Snake Island.  No,  the island is not home for coral snakes, they call it as such due to the "S" shaped sand bar thingy.  It somehow resembles a snake shedding skin or a rattler in attack mode.

The number of islands we visitied in El Nido escaped my memory,  one thing is for sure, all of 'em are jaw-dropping gorgeous.  Snake Island is one of them.  Turquoise waters,  you can see the coral reefs below! That's how clear it is,  hell!  I think it is clearer than my eyesight.  The sand resembles like powdered sugar.  Soft on each step.  The island is condusive for nature photography due to the rock formations and various fauna. 

Travel writers should include Palawan as one of the places to visit in the world.  The beauty of the island never ceases to amaze me.

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Cette D.
4.0 Stars

Another island is snake island. They usually got the names after the characteristic of the island itself. This one is because of the letter "S" in the water. You can see the separation. Water is really clear and the place looks like an endless paradise. You can walk from one side of the island to the other side during low tide. It is a great place for lunch too. We had our bountiful filipino lunch. Sarap! Nakakamay! Hihi. 128522 This photo was from the viewing deck.

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Yen D.
5.0 Stars

That is Snake Island behind us! So, if you want to capture a good view of Snake Island, go up to the View Deck. It may be tiring and steep, but worth it!

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