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Information about Royal Island Watersports

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Amusement Park
Royal Island Water Sports Coron Palawan, Coron Town Proper, Coron, Palawan, Philippines
Opening hours
08:00 - 18:00
Distance From City Center
6.1 km
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Royal Island Watersports


Royal Island Watersports is a world-class facility, combining a hotel beach resort and a sports and recreation center that offers different water activities. It is the first and only water park in Coron, Palawan that treats tourists to an ultimate travel experience.

The watersports complex is located on Sitio Malpok, Barangay Lajala in the island of Coron. Note that there’s another place in Palawan that’s also called Coron, referring to the largest town on Busuanga Island. The island of Coron where Royal Island Watersports is situated is about 30 minutes away from the town of Coron. You’ll find Royal Island’s water park set on an island beach, with clear water coral seas, white sand, and cabanas all around.

There’s a host of things to experience in Royal Island Watersports. You can try thrilling water activities, such as the Flyfish Ride, the Banana Boat Ride, or the Hurricane Ride. All of these rides will take you crashing into the waves and gliding through the island waters. Or you can rent a transparent kayak to have a clear look at colorful corals and teeming fish life below the water surface.

If you want to up the speed game, you can hop on a jet ski and wander around the beach island for a few minutes or longer. Then for a more subdued experience at the waters of Coron, you can take a dip at the floating sea pool or just enjoy the scenery from the sunset view deck.

Meanwhile, you can get a bird’s eye view of Palawan when you ride a parasail. You can go either solo or double with a companion. Royal Island Watersports also offers unlimited use of karaoke for its guests.


How to get there

To get to Royal Island Watersports, you’ll be picked up by a speedboat on Lualhati Park, a place in the town proper with a section by the bay that serves as a port for small boats en route to the island.


Best time to visit

This is an all-year round destination best visited during the summer months.

Entrance fee

There is an entrance fee to this location.

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