Island Hopping is the main one, totally devoted to the over 50 beaches in the marine reserve of Bacuit Bay. There are a number of places to hire boats including packages that include food and tour guides. Or do it yourself by walking down the beach and hiring a boat. Alternatively you can also hire kayaks, paddle boats or even go windsurfing! Fishing is also available here. Scuba Diving is also popular, as there is a wealth of marine life and abundant reef here. More advanced diving is also available. You can find out more on the scuba page. You can never bore of the islands, but sometimes you may hunger for something a bit different. No problem, El Nido boasts much more. Through the tourism office, you can book tours with the El Nido Tour Guides Association. They can take you Cliff Climbing which gives a marvelous birds-eye view. Venture north of the town and you can go Cave Exploring, and also discover the Waterfalls.