Coron Tours | Guide to the Philippines

Coron Tours
Discover the shipwreck diving sites and enchanting beaches, islands, and lagoons of Coron, Palawan. Find out why Coron is a top tropical getaway destination in the Philippines with these tours.

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What are the most popular tourist spots in Coron?

Take a pick from Kayangan Lake, Twin Lagoon, Banul Beach, Barracuda Lake, and many others that you can explore by joining Coron island-hopping tours. Coron is also known for its water sports and activities like shipwreck diving and snorkeling. Coron also offers a breathtaking view from Mt. Tapyas, animal sightseeing at Calauit Safari Park, beach tours and history lessons at Culion Island, and a relaxing dip at Maquinit Hot Springs to name a few.

When is the best time to visit Coron?

The climate all year round in Coron is generally hot. Months October to June has good weather perfect for traveling and water activities. March-May is the warmest and peak season. You can read more about the climate and weather in our Coron travel guide

How much time should I spend in Coron?

A 3-day, 4-night tour is enough to see the highlights of Coron. If you decide to stay longer, you’ll be able to do more island-hopping, wreck diving, or explore the historical island of Culion. You can take inspiration from this Coron itinerary

What other destinations are near Coron?

Culion is the island south of the municipality of Coron. Meanwhile, Coron’s northeastern neighbor is the province of Mindoro, while on the southeastern side, beyond the Sulu Sea, is Antique.

Is it safe in Coron?

The Coron town proper is small and relatively quiet. It’s safe but as with any destination, be mindful of your belongings.