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It was amazing five days! Beautiful secret spots, amazing beaches, sunsets. And great parties, too! We had the best crew ever. They took care of everything and we had the best time mainly thanks to them. I highly recommend this tour to everyone!
We knew that taking a boat for a three days trip in the Palawan Island would have been great, desert beaches, clear water, amazing fishes and corals… but we could not expect such an amazing crew! After few hours it was like being in a family, so nice and friendly people! They took care of every single detail on a 24hr basis. Food was awesome and anything went smooth just because of them! Better than a five star resort stay!
Great staff, delicious food, amazing days spent with them!
Highly recommend this tour to anyone thinking about travelling El Nido too Coron / Coron too El Nido. It’s a fantastic way to experience the beauty that Palawan has to offer and make great friends along the way. I done the 2nights 3day expedition to escape the busy El Nido tours and had an absolute blast! The crew always made us feel so welcomed with their great sense of humour and commendable hospitality. Special thanks to Kenjune, Jay Ar,Rodel and Rodel!
It’s a beautiful place good atmosphere like fresh and clean air to breathe, in other words a nice place to unwind and relax… I love El Nido and Puerto Princesa, Palawan Philippines 🇵🇭
Completed the 4D3N Ultimate Adventure Tour from May 19 to May 22.
As I expected, I was far too delicate for camping experiences. The obnoxious and frighteningly robust insects, the searing heat (I’m brown and even I got caramelized) and the lack of proper toilets and showers during the entirety of the trip.
And, yes, I was the only one on that boat, that could not swim (at the very least, I could probably keep myself from drowning for all of 2 minutes).
But despite all that, for one of the very rare times I submit myself to torturous outdoor excursions, I absolutely loved it. And it likely would been a very different experience if it wasn’t for the expedition crew and the special group of people that we were with.
It took a couple days to realize how much they do for you – from carrying all the equipment and luggage (and you occasionally across water) and, frequently asking and serving you drinks, and somehow managing to cook absolutely delicious meals (some of the best meals in palawan I had were on this boat) in a space akin to cupboard that is being violently shaken.
But most of all, they were kind and amiable individuals, even after I knocked two of them off of their kayaks. As you get off and on boats, they courteously took your hand, man or woman, making you feel like the best surnburnt princess ever. They were like my own private sea guardians (I could tell they were keeping a close eye on me because they saw how much I sucked at swimming) and Vanessa even guided me along in a snorkeling spot so as to get the full experience. And I will always, always remember Sam, diving underwater and getting me that damn starfish. So manly.
All the sweat, shame and itchiness you experience brings you closer to people in ways you’d never expect and we made amazing friends.
Aside from the crew, we experienced a couple of tours outside of the expedition and they were nothing like being on a private island with just 30 and less people. It was really, as cheesy as it sounds, life-changing. It both humbles and awes you.
Seriously, great job guys, for putting it all together.
The only suggestion I have is, I would actually like a documented list of the specific islands (I know we went to islands in El Nido, Linapacan, Cullion and Coron) because even though Vanessa named them, I felt silly trying to ask her to repeat it or spell some of them.