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Location: 11.17314, 119.38015 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Ramoun Cabuhay on Dec 25, 2015
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Description 

Seven Commandos Beach is the last stop of "El Nido Tour A" and has beautiful white sand and blue waters. There are huts that are available for use with no additional charge, and locals selling fresh coconut juice for PHP50.

The climbs established so far in this area are located at the easternmost corner of the beach.

Rock quality is karst limestone that's as sharp as knives, and will shred your hand like a cheese grater so be sure to bring tape.

Getting There 

From El Nido Town: travel by boat/kayak following the coast and pass two white sand beaches (Ipil Ipil Beach 1 & 2). The third beach will be Seven Commandos and a strong hint will be the large presence of motor boats by the beach, and huts on the sand.

From Corong Corong Beach: Travel by boat/kayak following the coast in the north. as you make your way around the Peninsula you will see a massive rock arch, which you may pass through with a kayak. Beyond that is Papaya beach, and past Papaya beach is Seven Commandos.

Climbing Season

For the Oceania area.

Weather station 71.8 miles from here

2 Total Climbing Routes

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Rock Climbing Photo: Ethan at the start of First Commando

First Commando V0-1 4+  Oceania : Philippines : ... : Seven Commandos Beach
Find the large fallen tree trunk that leads up to the wall. To the right should be a bluish/grayish-colored face that faces the water. Start to the right on a jug and follow the route out to the left. Make your way up on sharp jugs and finish on a somewhat sketchy top-out on cheese grater rock....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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