Bayog Beach Campsite | Places to stay in El Nido-Palawan

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Earliest availability: March 22, 2019
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Check-in after: 02:00 PM

Check-out before: 12:00 PM

Number of rooms: 8

Credit card facility: N/A


Pets Allowed
Kid Friendly
Smoking Allowed

Safety features

24 Hours Security

Guest policies

House rules

(1) Keep the room/house clean; (2) Use water and electricity responsibly; (3) Keep noise to a minimum; (4) Be polite and considerate to neighbors/locals at all times.

Cancellation policy

  • FREE Cancellation. If canceled or modified up to 10 days before the date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
  • If canceled or modified within 9 days before their arrival, ONE night will be charged. And if canceled on the day of arrival, there will be NO refund.


Getting there and around

Nearby attractions

Balay Cuyunon Museum
0.68 km away

After learning how the Cuyunons reached the mainland, you can then find out how they lived (and, in some cases, continue to live). The Balay Cuyunon Museum along Sibaltan's beachfront is a place where you can do exactly that. The museum features a replica of a traditional Cuyunon house, fully-furnished with tools and décor, some of them authentic. From the living room to the bedroom, to the kitchen which is separated by a bridge, you can not only see how the Cuyunons lived, but also experience it – the museum is interactive, after all. If you’re up for it, this place lets you bang on the drum that Cuyunon mothers used to call their children home, or try on a one-of-a-kind raincoat made from thick plant leaves woven together. Launched in 2012, the museum was put up not only for travelers who want to immerse themselves in a new culture, but also for the younger generations of Cuyunons who need to know where they came from. According to Enrico Cabiguen, the man who spearheaded the project, it’s important for young Cuyunons to know about their own cultural heritage and be proud of it. True enough, the guides who will take you around the museum are young Cuyunons themselves. There is something quietly wonderful about learning of the tribe’s traditions from the very people who inherited it.

Sibaltan Mangroves
1.49 km away

Right by the riverbed where the Pangko Museum is located, you can hop on a boat and go on a quick cruise to see the mangrove plantation along the waters. There’s something about mangroves that is very calming, so be ready for some introspection as you paddle through the river and breathe in all that fresh air. It’s also a great place for photo-ops.

Pangko Museum
1.54 km away

Learn about how the people of tiny Cuyo Island came to populate the sprawl of mainland Palawan at this museum, where the centerpiece is a life-size replica of the Pangko boat. Pangko was the vessel used by Cuyunons to sail to Paragua (what they called mainland Palawan then) in search of food. Apart from food, what many of them found too was home, and that’s what the guides at the Pangko Museum will tell you more about as they tour you through the boat’s interiors. It’s a history lesson and a mini-adventure in one.

Things to do nearby

Explore El Nido's Finest in 3 Days
Island hopping
12.18 km away

Experience the best of Palawan's go-to tourist destination, El Nido in the span of a long weekend! Sail around the province's star attraction, the stunning Bacuit Archipelago. Swim in crystal clear waters, and enjoy white sand beaches in solitude. Choose your preferred package in the listing below. Here in Explora, our partner travel and tours are screened to deliver the top services we can find in the Philippines. Secure your slots in advance for these can soon become fully-booked!

Other places to stay

Tapik Beach Park Guest House
Hotels and homes
0.18 km away

From simple beachfront huts to casitas nestled on a lush hillside, there’s a cozy corner to suit your preferences on this beach resort. Located on the quieter end of Sibaltan’s shore, it’s secluded enough to feel special, but not too isolated that you feel alone. As if that’s not enough to make this place worth a visit, Tapik also gives you a front-row seat to the amazing Sibaltan sunrise.

Erlittop Garden Campsite
Hotels and homes
0.20 km away

With the ocean on one side and lush fields and mountains on the other, this hilltop resort definitely gets the best of both worlds. The rooms are rustic and charming. Spacious huts made from native material open out to the beautiful views, proving that you don’t need a lot of fancy trappings to experience true island luxury.

Floresita's Beach Resort
Hotels and homes
0.33 km away

Beach Resort in El Nido, Palawan.

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