Go on an island-hopping adventure in Coron to see the iconic rock formation of Kayangan Lake and swim in its crystal clear waters. If you love swimming and indulging in water activities, this budget-friendly shared tour is perfect for you!
You will be picked up from your accommodation in the town proper in the morning. Meet the rest of the group joining the tour while on your way to the port. Don your life vest before you board the boat that will take you to Kayangan Lake, the prime tourist spot in Coron.
Kayangan Lake is well-known for its turquoise-tinged waters and towering rock formations. While still on the boat, you’ll see this picturesque view, and it is guaranteed to take your breath away.
Upon reaching the cove, you can climb up to the deck to have a panoramic view of Coron. See the enticing mix of blue and green brackish waters and take a photo of this postcard-worthy scenery. Make your way down to one of the cleanest lakes in the country and take a refreshing swim before you head to your next stop.
As above, so below: this cannot ring truer in Coron. The beauty of the island, as seen in Kayangan Lake, is reflected underwater when you snorkel around Twin Peaks and Coral Garden.
Rent snorkeling gears for a minimal fee and be prepared to see the vibrant marine life that Palawan is known for. In Coral Garden, for example, expect to see vibrant corals teeming in the area. If you do not want to snorkel, you can just sit on the boat and watch the fish swim beneath the clear waters.
Head next to Banol Beach where you will have your sumptuous picnic lunch. Rest for a bit and take a stroll along its powdery white sand before you proceed to the last stop of this tour.
The Coron Youth Club Beach (a.k.a., CYC Beach) has a long and wide shoreline, making it the perfect stop for sunbathing. Take some pictures of the stunning landscape and beachscape before you head back to your hotel in town.
See Coron’s best beaches with this budget-friendly island-hopping tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.
- Lost snorkeling gear costs Php 3,500 per set.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.