El Nido is widely known for its fine beaches, hidden lagoons, and majestic rock formations. In our tour however, our guide invited us to do some trekking. I have always been interested in the great outdoors but I know that I am also not fit for such activities. So when they announced that we are going to see a waterfall, I was excited at first then I sort of doubted myself if I could carry on with the journey without slipping on mud or asking the group to take a break so I could catch my breath. Haha! I was with my cousins, it was not a time to expose myself in such humiliation or else I will be the laughing stock in Christmas dinners and reunions.
Anyway, from Buluang Beach, we spent a little more than 45 minutes to reach Mansilawit Viewing Deck. We did not however trek to the viewing deck but to a waterfall that was within the area.
DISCLAIMER: All photos from our climb are from my cousin's cameras.
Our journey started with a walk through a plain that was lined with rows of coconut trees and green grass. Easy peasy! I can do that!
, by curiouskatrina