El Nido Islands and Beaches: Secret Lagoon & Cudugnon Cave

This article is the second part of the series for “El Nido Islands and Beaches”. And now, I’m going to feature another two breathtaking and amazing place in El Nido, Palawan. These are Secret lagoon and Cudugnon cave.

SECRET LAGOON

The secret lagoon is an interesting island because it’s divided into two by a giant limestone. It was named secret lagoon because to get to it, you had to swim through a hole formed in a cliff. On the other side was a hidden pristine lagoon. The island is clean, typical white sand, and trees are very rampant at the back of the island poviding good shade to have snacks or lunch.

 

El nido - Secret Lagoon

secret lagoon from afar

El nido - Secret Lagoon

secret lagoon from afar

El nido - Secret Lagoon

island interconnected to secret lagoon

El nido - Secret Lagoon

island interconnected to secret lagoon

El nido - Secret Lagoon

view of the island

El nido - Secret Lagoon

view of the island

El nido - Secret Lagoon

view of the island

El nido - Secret Lagoon

opening going to the secret lagoon

El nido - Secret Lagoon

view of the island

El nido - Secret Lagoon

inside the lagoon

El nido - Secret Lagoon

small limestones formation in the island

 

 

CUDUGNON CAVE

Cudugnon Cave is located in west of Lagen Island and is best reached by boat. Once touted as an important archeological site for evidences of Neolithic burials and believed to be burial sites or before. It is nevertheless an interesting site, One by one, We had to lie down to get through a small opening of the cave that was slippery and rough … Inside the cave, we found fruit bats.

El Nido-Cudugnon Caveisland where cudugnon cave is located

El Nido-Cudugnon cave

island where cudugnon cave is located

El Nido-Cudugnon cave

entry point of cudugnon cave

Cudugnon cave

entry point of cudugnon cave

Cudugnon cave

view inside the cudugnon cave

Cudugnon cave

view inside the cudugnon cave

 

 

This is the second part of El Nido Islands and Beaches series. In part 1, I featured the Small & Big lagoons. For the Part 3, I will feature the Snake and Shimizu Islands. :)

 

 

Comments

  1. Wow ang gaganda ng mga pictures! Ang nice naman nung secret lagoon. There’s even a hole that you need to enter to see the island. Gusto ko na talaga pumunta sa El Nido! Pag-iipunan ko na talaga to :-)

  2. Art Palpallatoc says:

    Could please tell me if the island, and secret lagoon is for sale. Its so beautiful, and serene.
    I am very impressed. Thank you

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