OVERVIEW – Nanga Island has Four distinct beaches each with the land cover to sustain resort establishments. The east beach is the longest, and has a natural harbor fronting the Island of Malobot-lobot. The other beaches face west, south west and north east. One beach has sand dotted pink and orange, a unique quality in all the beaches of Northern Palawan. The beach on the east portion of the island is around 700 to 800 meters long, and is a turtle beach, where the turtles return to lay their eggs. Tabon birds also nest on the island. The island is home to deer that have migrated from other islands.
TRAVELING – This island property can be reached by boat from mainland of El-Nido – Brgy. San Fernando. It is about a 45 minutes to one hour ride. It is also close to an island owned by two popular congressman of the Philippines. Its distance from proposed airport of Linapacan is around 30 minutes to 45 minutes by boat.
FACILITIES – The flat portion of the island is planted by coconut trees, and other natural trees such as narra, ipil, and other hard wood trees. It has also big trees on it. The island was known as cow ranch during the 1970 to 1990’s. Some cellular signal is available throughout.
POTENTIALS – Currently there are discussions with cruise ship operators to bring this area into the itinerary of destinations. Nanga Island is already marked as a stop off point for some local for profit tour companies. In addition, there are some perfect diving sites around the island. Coral reefs abound, and are really alive with marine life. Many colors of tropical fish can be found in the very clear waters. The east portion of the island is fronting another attractive island with excellent diving area too. The island has potential for a World Class Resort.