Update July 28, 2015: All visitors of Nacpan Beach are now required to pay 50 Pesos/person to the baranggay representative onsite.
It was the last day of our travel to El Nido, Palawan. The plan was simple breakfast at IBR Store, then drink shake at The Alternative just to take photos at their ‘The Nest’ and last but definitely not the least, visit Nacpan and Calitang Twin Beaches and Maremegmeg Beach.
It was a complicated day for us since we planned to ride the bus going back to Puerto Princesa at around 6PM, check out time at our lodging was at 12NN and we plan to spend the whole afternoon at Nacpan and Calitang. Our solution was to check out early and bring our bags with us to Nacpan and Calitang and head straight to the bus station after beacheneering experience. Good thing we were joined with Project Dora‘s tour group so we could hire a van and minimize the cost of hiring the van. Plus we get to put our stuff in the van inside while exploring the long beach.
The van arrived on time at 10AM, but since we still had to do some packing we left the town proper of El Nido at 10:44AM. It was a 40 minute ride to Nacpan where I had a quick snooze since I still have yet to recover from our island hopping the day before.