What’s that weird smelling plant? How did you do the landscaping on the limestone cliffs? Where can I find that bird that’s always singing?
Why are mooring buoys important?
Mooring buoys are essential to marine tourism as they discourage boats from dropping their anchors and possibly hitting and destroying fragile coral reefs.
El Nido Resorts celebrates World Responsible Tourism Day 2012
El Nido Resorts celebrated “WTM World Responsible Tourism Day” for the second time last November 25, 2012.
MIR, LIR, and AIR certified as Green Fins Resorts
Green Fins is a "comprehensive program that encourages dive centers and snorkel operators to work together to reduce their environmental impacts on coral reefs by adopting the Green Fins Code of Conduct".
ENR Environment Dept holds Nature Interpretation training for Guest Activities staff
El Nido Resorts Environment Department held its annual Nature Interpretation training for the Marine Sports Guides and Guest Activity Coordinators (GACs) of Miniloc, Lagen, Apulit, and the soon-to-open Pangulasian Island Resorts last July 28-August 8 and August 14-16, 2012.
El Nido Resorts celebrates World Oceans Day 2012
The total collection for the day amounted to 642.5 kg of trash.
In Focus: interview with Bobbit Suntay, underwater videographer
We did a brief interview with our distinguished guest on why he loves El Nido so much and why he keeps coming back.
Creature Feature: nudibranch
Colorful nudibranchs are sure to spice up any snorkeling or diving trip!
Floating with the tide: how a biologist ended up on an island resort and stayed there
When you think of possible jobs for a Biology graduate, the tourism industry isn't exactly the first thing that comes to mind, even more so if the potential employer is a luxury island resort.
Creature Feature: Hawksbill Sea Turtle
The hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) is one of the two species of sea turtle usually seen in El Nido (the other is the green sea turtle).