Beach Camping in El Nido: Sea Kayaking to Helicopter Island

Kris and Kristen bought a small traditional Filipino boat known as a bangka to take on short trips to the islands surrounding El Nido. Preston and I borrowed their little boat one day to take an overnight trip to Dilumacad Island which is located about 4 or 5 miles from El Nido. We didn't have a tent or sleeping bags so we just put sarongs on the sand and went to sleep. Unluckily, in the middle of the night, it poured rain on us.


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February 20, 2005