Land Area - 5.0 hectares (50,000 square meters more or less)
Selling Price - Please inquire 

Bounded by the beach at the front and the mountains at the back, one cannot ask for a more beautiful piece of land than this beach paradise in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines. A place renowned for its pristine beaches, diverse wildlife and breathtaking vistas. 
Indulge in sunbathing, swimming and snorkeling in this paradise beach.

Undoubtedly the most beautiful beach cove in El Nido, Palawan. A magnificent 5.0 hectares (50,000 square meters) beach land paradise with 200 meters long  absolute beach front. Just 25 minutes by regular boat from El Nido-Ayala Airport. With gorgeous mountain  at the backdrop, this  property overlooks the amazing Bacuit bay in El Nido. It has an amazing and perfect view of the sunset.

The entire cove is for sale and solely owned by  one person. Perfect for building a 5-star resort.  This beach cove lies next to AYALA-El Nido  Lio Township Development.

There are white sand beaches in the beach cove and  a clean water perfect for swimming, snorkeling, diving and other marine sports activities.

The beach cove has green mountains and virgin forest  at the backdrop  and has enough source of clean water

The 200 meters long beachfront of the cove, with amazing  pure white sand beaches offering absolute privacy in paradise. This property is situated in the El Nido-Taytay managed  Resource Protected Area. 

The El Nido-Taytay Managed Resource Protected Area is located on the north-western tip of the mainland of Palawan. In 1991, the Government of the Philippines proclaimed Bacuit Bay as a marine reserve. In 1998, the protected area was expanded to include terrestrial ecosystems and portions of the municipality of Taytay. It is now known as El Nido-Taytay Managed Resource Protected Area, which covers over 36,000 hectares of land and 54,000 hectares of marine waters. It contains towering limestone cliffs, beaches, mangroves, clear waters, unique forests over limestone and neat farmlands. It is home to five (5) species of mammals, including the Malayan Pangolin and 16 bird species endemic to Palawan including the threatened Palawan Peacock Pheasant, the Palawan Hornbill and Palawan Scops Owl. Bacuit bay is also home to the dugong, dolphins and marine turtles, many of which are threatened species. Colorful coral reef fishes are found here. Some of these are the: butterflyfishes, parrotfishes, wrasses, triggerfishes, angelfishes, surgeonfishes, damsel fishes, emperors,snappers, groupers and rabbit fishes .

The uniqueness of El Nido Reserve as compared with similar sites in the Philippines is that it partakes of the fact that the flora and fauna of the island of Palawan has affinities that are closer with that of the island of Borneo than those of the rest of the Philippines. This is due to the fact the geologically, the island of Palawan is connected to the island of Borneo and hence to mainland Southeast Asia as late as the Pleistocene Epoch. Due also to the relative isolation of the island from the rest of the country, its waters are pristine.