The #BancaBoys are a staple around El Nido Town, and they are highly important to the operations of #ElNidoResorts. Captaining boats might be in their job description, but anyone who has the pleasure of meeting them knows they are much more than that: educators, partners in #sustainability, and even friends. Sailors of El Nido’s seas, they stopped to sit down with us and give a virtual interview full of laughs and smiles. Click here to join in on the fun.
Although the #LaPas fishermen encounter obstacles such as decreasing fish stocks, #COVID19, river pollution, and illegal fishing, they are raising their unified voice to advocate for their livelihoods and the reestablishment of a #MarineProtectedArea to ensure the protection of #ElNido. Click here to learn how the LaPas fishermen are #turningthetide to safeguard the future of our #oceans.
The jacks or giant trevallies (Caranx ignobilis) are the beloved and iconic residents of the Miniloc house reef.
Seeing that the turtle was weak and vulnerable in an island popular among tourists, Fritz decided to take it home to Pangulasian Island to see if anything could be done for the little guy.
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.
Jamie and I also mucked out and observed the orderly piggery where TKP raises pigs for eventual pork consumption at the resorts.
CUT DOWN ON F.E.E.S! That was the Environment Department’s call to all resort staff during the launch of Pa-Berdehan: The El Nido Resorts Eco- Challenge 2012 last September 15 and 22, 2012 at Miniloc and Apulit Island Resorts.
We did a brief interview with our distinguished guest on why he loves El Nido so much and why he keeps coming back.