Bask in unlimited tropical fun as you visit splendid beaches, vibrant coral gardens, and stunning lagoons in this shared island hopping tour around Coron, Palawan! Get ready for a trip that will surely take you to what is paradise on earth!
As soon as you get picked up from your accommodation within Coron town, you will make your way to the wharf and start cruising along azure waters. Your first stop will be the mystical Kayangan Lake, often regarded as the cleanest body of water in the entire Philippines. Imagine a dazzling blue lagoon surrounded by tall, jagged limestone cliffs. Dramatic is an understatement here! From one enchanting place to another, you will then head on to Twin Lagoon. True to its name, it is a stunner of a pair of blue-green lagoons with unbelievably clear waters. Again, limestone karsts surround the place making for a magnificent view all over. This is an ideal place to go for a relaxed swim.
From here, you will be taken to Atwayan Beach where you will be served a buffet feast of freshly grilled catch, tasty Filipino dishes, and tropical fruits in season. After enjoying a hearty lunch, frolick in Atwayan’s sandy beach and turquoise waters.
With a fully loaded belly, it is time for adventure! Your next stop will be Skeleton Wreck, one of the many shipwreck sites around Coron. As it is just a hundred meters away from Atwayan, some opt to swim from the shoreline all the way here. It is a wonderful area to see marine life who call the wreck their new home.
Next on the itinerary is Coron Youth Club or CYC Beach, noted for its long, white sand beach dotted with interesting rock formations and mangrove trees. Rounding up the tour is a visit to Coral Garden, and as its name implies, a sprawling reef featuring a wide variety of colorful corals and sponges.
Book this island hopping tour around Coron, Palawan for a chance to experience a slice of paradise in this lifetime! Check the availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.