Culion Palawan Museum and Snorkeling Private Day Tour with Lunch & Transfers

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Culion, Palawan, Philippines
Duration:
7 hours
Difficulty:
Easy
Languages:
English
Available:
All year
Minimum age:
None

Discover the unspoiled beauty of Culion, Palawan, with this private day tour. Culion, one of the municipalities in the Calamian Group of Islands in Palawan, is a small peaceful town that has so much to offer to travelers seeking off the beaten path adventures.

You will be picked up by your private transport at Culion Port. Your first stop in the itinerary will be the Culion Museum and Archive. Here you will learn about the island’s history as a former leper colony from 1906 to1980. The museum will walk you through the lives of the leper patients and their caretakers, the discovery of multi-drug therapy, and the eventual eradication of leprosy in the island.

After the historical tour, you will now be taken on an adventure through Culion’s underwater attractions. First up is the Lusong Shipwreck, where you will be snorkeling to one of the World War II Japanese gunboats that sunk in Coron Bay. Aside from the corals growing on the shipwreck, you can also spot fishes like the colorful Parrotfish and Lion Fish as you snorkel.

The next stops are Cuaming Reefs and the Crowning Glory Reef. Thanks to the island seclusion, Culion’s marine life has remained unexploited. Feast your eyes on the rainbow-colored corals and vibrant schools of fish. If you’re lucky, you can even encounter sea turtles while snorkeling.

Learn about the history and discover the unexploited natural attractions of Culion Palawan on this private day tour. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Included

Boat Transfer
English - Speaking Guide
Lunch and Snacks
Swimming/Snorkeling Gears
Entrance Fee to Culion Museum & Archives

Activities

Sightseeing and Walking
Water Activities
Outdoor Activities

Map

Attractions

Directions

What to bring

Camera
Personal Medicine
Jacket or Umbrella (During Rainy Season)
Water
Extra Towel
Extra Clothes
Sunblock

Good to know

- All our guides speak English.

- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.

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