About Apulit Island
El Nido Resorts’ Eco-Adventure island resort, Apulit, set in Taytay Bay in North-eastern Palawan, offers exciting and exhilarating activities for the thrill-seeker. Guests may climb and rappel down the 60-meter limestone cliff, with birds’ eye-view of the whole island. Dive and discover sunken treasures just off the beach, with a Japanese ship wreck and a plethora of marine species to greet guests. Put on headlights and go spelunking in the different caves of Apulit, or hop on the banca as one go island hopping and snorkelling with the resort’s marine sports guides to identify and explain the different species around the area. The resort’s guest activities coordinators will help plan your adventure-filled holiday at Apulit Island.
Apulit Island has 50 water cottages that combine traditional Filipino architectural style with contemporary design. The cottages are all built on stilts, perched above the sea with an unobstructed view of Palawan’s azure Taytay Bay, surrounding islands, and dramatic limestone cliffs. There are 30 Water Cottages built around the main cove of the island. Each Water Cottage has a 26sqm floor area and can accommodate a maximum of two persons. 20 Loft Water Cottages are located on the western cove. Each two-level Loft Water Cottage has direct access to the sea from its private veranda. It has a total floor area of 60sqm and fits four persons.
These cottages are on stilts and are ideal for couples. Each Water Cottage has a private veranda overlooking to the sea, and can fit up to 2 persons.
Loft Water Cottage
Perfect for families or group of friends, the Loft Water Cottage can fit up to 4 persons. It has stairs that gives you direct access to the sea.
Apulit Island is also known as the Eco-Adventure resort. It offers unique and exciting experiences amidst the beautiful natural landscape of Taytay, Palawan.
Rappel off 60-meter Limestone Cliff
Explore Apulit’s Caves
Isla Blanca Adventures
Apulit Island has a range of on-site, complimentary activities perfect for families and children.
- Sand Sculpture Making
- Table Tennis
- *Scavenger Hunt
- *Traditional Filipino Games