Matinloc Shrine in El Nido

Matinloc Sanctuary is along with Hidden Beach and Secret Beach one of the landmarks of Matinloc Island. Built in 1982, the shrine is now completely abandoned and although the island’s owners charge an entrance fee of P100 per person, there is no guided tour or obvious maintenance. Walking through the building and reaching the viewpoint of Tapiutan Island is definitely worth a stop.

El Nido Tour C used to include the shrine as one of it’s destinations. Since the introduction of the 7 Wonders of El Nido tours, it has become part of the Matinloc Island Premium. The easiest way to visit this tourist destination is to participate in the said tour. To discover the different offers available, take a look at the tour packages listed below.

Top Tours And Activities In Matinloc Shrine

Take A Tour To Visit This Island With A Rich History And An Uncanny Atmosphere

At Matinloc Shrine, you can set foot on land and visit a place with an unusual atmosphere. Unlike other places included in the island hopping tours, this is not a snorkeling or swimming tour, but a visit to abandoned buildings. Book your tour online with local organizers registered on Tikigo and choose the tour that suits you best.