10 Reasons to Learn Sailing in El Nido
Updated: Aug 13, 2019
Explore an island, sail a catamaran, relax on the beach, snorkel, or try fishing; do what you want for this vacation.
A once life experience that you will never forget
It has always been a dream to learn to sail? Why not to do it in one of the most beautiful place in the world ? Check-out our top 10 reason, why to learn sailing in El Nido.
1. Bacuits Bay, a paradisiac playing field for sailing
Islands and sea are yours to enjoy! With moderate trade winds during the "Amihan" season, El Nido Bay is composed of 45 islands and islets and each has its own unique geological formations.
It's safe because you will never be far from the coast to explore the bay and finding place with no-one.
The water is warm with agood visibility for snorkeling and free-diving.
2 - A unique experience
No matter how many times you set sail, you will never have the exact same experience. Every trip provides the opportunity to see new and never seen places.
Even if you want to revisit last years destination, the islands are ever-changing with many different activities to try and places to see.
Be sure to snap some photos!
3 - Far from the crowed
An advantage of sailing is that you can visit multiple destinations in one trip and by yourself.
The Sailing area is far from the main tourist spots and it's located on a area with calm water.
4 - Easy to learn
The catamaran KL 13,5 are made for everyone who want to learn sailing fast.
The size of the boat is good for two adults and one child.
5 - Faune & Flora
Its clear blue waters are teeming with marine life. It is home to dugongs, turtles, manta rays, species of fishes, coral reefs, and the occasional whale sharks. There are over 30 dive sites ranging in depth from six to more than thirty meters.
From the towering marble cliffs and enchanting lagoons to its 100 white sandy beaches, lush jungle and mangrove forest, prehistoric caves and waterfalls.
6 - Respecting the planet
Sailing is a means of transport using the wind's power to move. Most sailors and boaters are well aware of the benefits and pleasure we derive from the environment that surrounds us. Whether we are happily splashing about in clear, aqua-blue tropical waters or quietly watching wildlife in a calm cove, as a group we are fortunate to have access to some of nature’s most beautiful and exciting landscapes and seascapes.
With that privileged access comes a responsibility to ensure these places remain pristine, both for our own continued enjoyment and for the wildlife that call them home.
Read more, on how "Reduce, reuse and recycle's guide"
7 - For the whole family
Sailing a small catamaran can be great fun for all the family or as a solo adventure. It is easier to find overnight stopping places for a small boat than for a yacht.
"5 importants things that kids will learn on sailing:
Ability to decide
See more informations on the article from the website of "Asta-yachting"
8 - El Nido: Multiple activities and accomodations.
9 - Skills that you will always use
10 - Set sail and go farther
Once you learn sailing tips, you will want to learn it all and why not sail a bigger boat?