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What to do in Coron
Coron is the largest town on the island of Busuanga. It’s famous for beautiful white sand beaches, dive sites, snorkeling spots, wildlife, jade lakes, and other jaw dropping destinations. If you’re looking for an island paradise in the Philippines, you’ll find it in Coron.
Start your trip to by climbing your way up to the beautiful Kayangan Lake. This destination offers one of the best photo ops in town, and you can enjoy a swim here too. Feast your eyes, and your camera lens, at Coron’s Twin Lagoon.
Spend time with marine animals at Siete Pecados Reef. You can also go snorkeling at the gorgeous Barracuda Lake, and discover the colorful coral gardens in Lusong and Decalve Marine Park.
Dive into adventure next at Skeleton Wreck, Coron Bay, and Sangat Island. Of course, don’t miss riding a bangka to go island hopping to CYC Island, Malcapuya Island, and Black Island.
Once you’re in Black Island, explore the caves near the shores, and check out the animals at Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary. Coron is also the home of the lovable dugong (sea cow), and you can watch and observe them with the help of the Dugong Dive Center.
Are you up for more adventure? Then conquer Mt Tapyas and hike more than 700 steps to the top for breathtaking views of Mother Nature. The scenery is absolutely perfect during sunset.
For a more down-to-earth experience, watch the sunset at Lualhati Park. Then pamper yourself next and get warm and cosy at Maquinit Hot Springs.
When in Coron, you have to enjoy a beach day. So choose the best ones, like Banol Beach, Beach 69, Smith Beach, Malcapuya Beach, Bulog Beach, Banana Beach, and Atuayan Beach.
Make the most of your time in Coron and plan the best trip with this Coron and Busuanga travel guide.
When to visit Coron
The best time to visit Coron is during summer (March-June) so you can enjoy a vacation with small chances of rain. But if you want a quiet holiday with fewer tourists and cooler temperatures, you should travel to Coron during December to February.
Fly to Coron as soon as you’re done packing because Filipinos don’t need a visa or passport to travel around the Philippines. But make sure you pack a national or government issued ID card in your carry-on for important transactions during your trip.
Travelling to and around Coron
To get to Coron, you will be landing at Francisco B. Reyes Airport, and then riding a shuttle van or hiring your own driver to get to the town proper. You can travel around the island by tricycle, rent motorcycles, or scooters.
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