TKDC/El Nido Resorts has been celebrating the International Coastal Cleanup since the 1990s. This year, the company decided to team up with the local government of El Nido to hold the first-ever municipal-wide International Coastal Cleanup celebrations.
The eastern reef egret (Egretta sacra) sometimes comes off as the bird that can't make up its mind. Not content with being one color, this bird comes in three shades - blue-gray, white, and a mottled somewhere-in-between.
You'll have no trouble identifying the stork-billed kingfisher (Pelargopsis capensis) when you see it - its size, bright ocher and blue-green color, and prominent red beak makes it unmistakable.
Ever tried to identify the small, fast-flying birds flitting around the El Nido Resorts properties? If you caught a quick glimpse of a brown face then you're in luck - you just spotted a Pacific swallow!
El Nido Resorts celebrated Earth Day last April 22, 2013 with coastal and underwater cleanups, games, and a poster-making contest. Good food and a beach jam capped off the event.
In our opinion, learning how to dive and actually diving are some of the best things that you can do in life. There's just something magical about slipping under the ocean's surface and exploring what lies in the big blue.
For this episode, "Enchanting El Nido" takes you to meet the colorful anemonefishes in Apulit Island Resort's house reef!
For non-perishable products like shampoo, it's best to buy them in large bottles instead of small sachets. Buying in bulk is cheaper in the long run and the containers can be recycled. Unfortunately, oil sachets are non-recyclable.
Mooring buoys are essential to marine tourism as they discourage boats from dropping their anchors and possibly hitting and destroying fragile coral reefs.