Araw Beach


A nice little stop about 40 minutes past our camp in Linapacan, but you can camp overnight here as well, or sleep in their guest hut, either for about 150p/pax. They have a little store which sells beer and snacks and the locals are very friendly and love to show off their videoke machine. One … Read more



The Linapacan area comprises of 52 paradise beach islands half way between El Nido and Coron. It is not very developed and definitely off the beaten path, but nice little resorts and hotels can be found. You can get there by the public ferries or hire one of our private boats for a multiday tour through … Read more



  Located just to southwest of Linapacan, this is just another jewel with endless beaches and friendly people. Here were were treated to a nice meal from the village’s captain.   Children drying fish on the ever so present village basketball court.



From image above: island just left/west of Linapacan, where the red balloon is. The village is located on a thin strip at the bottom right hand corner of the island, so lots of beach property and a short distance to get across. A lovely stroll amongst lovely people. And if you prefer to stay on … Read more



This gem of an island is owned by the husband of the tour operator’s sister. I asked if I could develop it with profit sharing but he is adamant about selling only. Ten million pesos anyone? We often camp here overnight on our boat journeys. Best coral reefs I have seen yet and will upload … Read more