El Nido Resorts’ Miniloc, Lagen, Apulit and Pangulasian celebrated World Responsible Tourism Day last November 10 and 18 with Fishing with the Community partners Sitio Kiminawit and Barangay Maytegued.
Environment Department Launches Paberdehan Eco-Challenge 2015
Once again, El Nido Resorts launches the Paberdehan Eco-Challenge but this time, with a twist!
Nature Interpretation Batch 2: Let’s Hear it From Fyen Arceo
I’m Fyen Arceo, one of Apulit Island Resort’s marine sports guides. I took the El Nido Resorts Nature Interpretation Course last October, together with six of my colleagues. The Course is run by our Environment Department, and yehey, I finished at the top of my class!
How Our Guides Become Nature Rockstars (Nature Interpretation Round 1)
Last August 15-19, the Environment Department held its first batch of Nature Interpretation (NI) training this year. As the newest member of the environment team, I was lucky enough to be able to join in on this immediately and learn more about El Nido.
How to Spot El Nido Resorts’ Most Famous Animals
I've encountered some guests who have the impression that the wildlife experience at El Nido Resorts will be similar to that of a zoo - caged animals that you can visit at your leisure. It's actually the complete opposite.
On Fish Feeding and the Jacks
The jacks or giant trevallies (Caranx ignobilis) are the beloved and iconic residents of the Miniloc house reef.
Be GREAT Environmental Education at Palawan State University
Our Be GREAT (Guard, Respect, Educate Apulit, Taytay) outreach at Palawan State University Taytay marks multiple firsts.
FAQs: What’s a Nature Walk?
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?
Kiminawit Elementary School Goes GREEN
Today's Be GREEN participants come from Grades 4, 5, and 6. Their teachers introduce us and they greet us with an enthusiastic, "Good Morning, po!" They are ready for class.
The Lagen Hornbill Chronicles
In all my years of doing environment work, I never thought I would have the chance to take care of a baby Palawan Hornbill (Anthracoceros marchei).