Kelingking Beach is another Nusa Penida gem that’s been receiving a lot of well-deserved attention. It’s famous for its unique headland that resembles a Tyrannosaurus Rex, hence the nickname “T-Rex Bay.” Just like Atuh Beach, Kelingking is so secluded that getting here may be challenging. The trip usually involves riding a boat, renting a motorbike or a private car, and a bit of trekking. The paths here are rougher, and the cliffs are steeper, so be extra careful! All the trouble will be worth it once you see the jaw-dropping seascape of the Indian Ocean.
Nacpan Beach is probably the most famous beach in El Nido. Nacpan is located in Barangay Bucana, in the northern part of Palawan Island, about 45-minute drive from El Nido town. Nacpan beach is considered the most beautiful beach in the area which stretches up to 4 kilometers long.
A great experience will always be memorable. It is true with the unforgettable trip I had in Ilocos.
Saud Beach is among the cleanest of Philippines' majestic beaches. A gem for locals and tourists who wants to experience a beach holiday on a white sand scenery.
Take a dip on the waters of the West Philippine Sea. Don't forget to put your sunscreen before you dive in!