Coron Island-Hopping Tour

Discover Coron's unparalleled beauty, with its stunning white sand beaches, towering limestone cliffs, enchanting lagoons and crystal clear lakes.

Coron island-hopping tour lets you explore the natural wonders and untainted island beaches of Palawan. There are still undiscovered islands around the bay to this day. Coron island is just 20 minutes by boat from Coron town.

Itinerary

You will be picked up from your hotel by our representative at around 8:30 AM. There will be a van transfer from the hotel to the boat docking area. After the tour, you will be taken back to the town at around 4:00 PM.

Note that this is a private tour, which means that you will be able to enjoy your day without many touring boats. But since this is one of the most visited islands in the world, expect some visiting tourists as well.

Siete Pecados Marine Park – Located south-east off-coast of Busuanga, yet another great snorkeling spot in the world-renowned Palawan, and one of the best in Coron. It is an underwater paradise with its colorful, tropical reef and rich and diverse marine life.

Kayangan Lake  – A real picturesque beauty, nature at its finest. Kayangan lake is one of Coron’s primary attractions. It also is known as the cleanest lake in the country and this alone makes it really worth a visit. There’s a cave close to the lake with an amazing view and the most photographed places of Palawan. A 10-minute steep climb will take you to the lake huddled against the mountain walls. Underwater is magical. There’s a wooden walkway here to leave your stuff, the place can be quite crowded at noon.

Beach 91 – This is a stunning white sand beach with emerald waters. This is usually the place to have lunch and take a break. This is also a perfect place for swimming and kayaking.

Skeleton Wreck – Skeleton Wreck is a sunken Japanese ship teeming with marine life, which is also another famous snorkeling spot in Coron Bay. The skeleton is up to 22m deep which is ideal for some easy scuba diving.

Malwawey Coral Garden – Malwawey Coral Garden is an amazing coral reef like you have never seen before. Snorkel to your heart’s content and marvel at Coron bay’s rich marine life.

CYC Beach – The Coron Youth Club is also known as CYC beach is a stunning white sand beach with clear waters, fascinating rock formations, and mangrove trees.

Twin Lagoon – The twin lagoons are located in the Calis Mountain, the largest limestone formation in Coron island. The lagoons are actually two bodies of water separated by a karst limestone wall. Dare to swim through the hole for an unforgettable adventure or just climb the wooden stairs to get to another enchanting lagoon.

Inclusions

  • Private Banca (motorized boat) good for 8 people.
  • Lunch and drinks according to your dietary requirements 
  • Life jackets and other water safety equipment
  • English-speaking and licensed tour guide
  • Lifeguard and water guide
  • Mask and snorkel
  • Entrance fees and government permits

Not Included

  • Gratuities for your local guides
  • Snorkeling fins
  • Travel insurance

Reminders

Please read our Terms & Conditions prior to adding this day tour to your Palawan itinerary. Please note that the Coast Guard might cancel boat trips due to sea conditions or bad weather for your safety. In this case, either a refund will be made or an alternative tour or activity would be suggested.

Make sure to bring your own towels, change of clothes, swim attire and your own snorkeling gear. And please let the guides know if you cannot swim, there are life vests available in the boat for everyone.

Maintain a 3-meter distance from the reef. Please help preserve the beauty of Coron’s marine life by not touching or stepping on the corals while snorkeling. There are dangerous organisms that thrive on the coral reef.

Palawan Alternative promotes environmental awareness in the community and you can do your part by not contributing to the waste that harms marine life. Help us preserve the natural wonders of Coron for the future generation by refraining from littering, using reusable bottles or containers and segregating wastes (biodegradable and non-biodegradable).

Our itinerary specialist will be happy to add this activity to your personalized Palawan itinerary.

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