The dendritic jawfish (Opistognathus dendriticus) is easily identifiable by its color and large size: this jawfish is yellowish brown with dark brown spots and a distinctive brown "eye mask" and can be up to 25 centimeters long.
Enchanting El Nido episode 9 – Palawan hornbill
The Palawan hornbill (Anthracoceros marchei), is locally called a kalaw. It's a medium-sized hornbill thats black all over except for the white tail.
Enchanting El Nido episode 8 – giant trevally, scad, bumphead parrotfish
A voracious predator of fishes, the giant trevally (Caranx ignobilis) is the largest species of jackfish, growing to over a meter in length and prized as an angling fish for its fighting ability.
Enchanting El Nido episode 7 – Snake Island
Coming from Miniloc or Lagen Island Resort, it takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes to reach Snake Island by boat.
Earth Day 2009 (April 22, 2009)
El Nido Resorts guests and staff joined the rest of the world in celebrating Earth Day 2009 last April 22 by conducting coastal and underwater cleanups at various beaches and dive sites around Bacuit Bay in El Nido, Palawan.
Enchanting El Nido episode 6 – Small Lagoon
The Small Lagoon is located on Miniloc Island, just a short kayak ride away from Miniloc Island Resort.
Enchanting El Nido episode 5 – Big Lagoon
The Big Lagoon is located on Miniloc Island, just around the corner from Miniloc Island Resort.
Enchanting El Nido episode 4 – dugong
In this episode, "Enchanting El Nido" is taking you underwater and face-to-face with our very own gentle giant of the ocean, the dugong.
Enchanting El Nido episode 3 – Materials Recovery Facility
In this episode of "Enchanting El Nido", we're taking you to the Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) run and operated by El Nido Resorts.
Celebrating Earth Day 2008
El Nido Resorts, in partnership with millions of people in over 100 countries worldwide, participated in the observance of Earth Day on April 22, 2008.