Palawan is a long pencil thin island plus a few stunning island clusters with high limestone cliffs that predominates the blissful seascapes and landscapes. As one might expect the picturesque route down there. The scenic beauty of Coron island is a collection of alluring white sand beaches, hot spring, beautiful lagoons, towering limestone formations, dotted with exquisite clean lakes, caves, wrecks, outstanding coral reefs and unique marine species.
This is a complete guide of Coron Palawan Island Hopping Tour, A guide to the must – visit spots of the beautiful island. I knew this tour is going to be very interesting so I really thought this would be more wholesome to document my unforgettable adventure and I want to make sure everything would be covered not only for my blogs but for magazine cover pictures and U-Tube underwater documentation.
Note: After the death of Eugene, we all experienced negative impact and parental loss so with overwhelming sadness getting a hard time to return to normal life, it may be a process to go through, we all face grief at some point anyway but I have to take care of my grieving children, so I thought the only way to overcome it is to bring my children for a short vacation in Coron, Palawan and Here we go!
Transportation to and from Busuanga Francisco B. Reyes Airport and your hotel is included. Starting at 9 a.m. and ending at 5 p.m., the trip will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel before taking you to Lualhati Park, a boat island docking park that is more of a baywalk park than a public park. The surrounding islands are conveniently close to Coron, which is a major plus.During your five-day stay in Coron, you’ll get to visit eight different stunning islands, all of which are conveniently close to one another.
My Ultimate Island Adventure-What to Expect
Weeks ago, we made a trip to Coron. Coron, Palawan, is a popular location for tourists from all over the world. Our knowledge is top-notch, full stop. The island’s white sand beaches, magnificent lakes, and lagoons are easily accessible by boat.
Every turn we are greeted with panoramic views.
When you travel to Coron, you may enjoy the island’s natural splendors firsthand. If you want to go island hopping or wreck diving, Lualhati Park is a great place to do it. A trip on the water will take you to a beach with white sand and beautiful lakes and lagoons.
Coron Island Hopping Adventure begins!
As wilderness enthusiasts, we find the surrounding nature to be a major draw. The island of Coron has been set aside as a recreational destination for visitors. The most well-liked water sports are sailing, fishing, swimming, scuba diving, and kayaking.
Viewing Deck of Kayanan Lake
Thrilling and Exciting Activities
I swam with the fishes for a delightful hour. I finally got the chance to fulfill a lifelong fantasy when I dove headfirst into the sea to swim with the fishes.
I think these are the marine species seen on regular basis. This is the most enjoyable activity I’ve ever experienced in Coron. I’m joining in the island’s perfect sea life.
When we were here, we rented 3 kayaks for the family with a life vest on board.
The kayaking trip was fantastic. Paddling a kayak around and taking in the breathtaking scenery is a great way to get a feel for the area.
I’m a sporty traveler; very active to dive, to paddle, to sail, float and swim. I can still hold my breath underwater for almost 2 minutes and do tricks to keep going forward..
Placid afternoon swimming
Drone footage captured while floating in space.
It is possible to see marine life. The hidden neck sea turtles (Testudines) and barracuda are regulars at this location.
A place of breathtaking beauty and tranquility. A popular tourist attraction and one among the island of Coron’s most beautiful spots. Its tranquility and the clarity of its water have made it famous. Deep into the lake, you can see corals and fish. I’ve already taken too many images here to stop now. It’s one of my favorite lakes, and we’ll get to Barracuda Lake in a while.
The Beauty of Kayangan Lake
Following above the lake, a cluster of limestone provides visitors with panoramic views fantastically varied rock formations.
Only two of Coron Island’s thirteen lakes are accessible to visitors. Kayangan Lake and Barracuda Lake are two of my favorite places in the world.
The ascent to the observation deck and the descent to the lake’s entrance both take about fifteen to twenty minutes by stairs. Like the Barracuda lake, these stunning cliffs of limestone rise sharply from the water and drop straight down into the depths below.
Grand overview of Kayangan Lake
Pretty cool summer break, a beautiful paradise getaway..
A fantastic afternoon with crystal clear water.
Most beautiful turquoise water of Smith Beach. It is also known for its calm waters.
Las Islas De Coral
The soothing nature of turquoise seas. Sitting back and watching kingfishers dive headfirst at a set pace to grab fish is a great way to unwind.
Dramatic overhangs cliffside located in front of viewing deck
I just love the clarity of the water and whiteness of the sand.
A rewarding feeling of being relaxed and well-pleased.
One of the most well-known lakes worldwide. The entrance of Barracuda Lake is reached after a 20-minute ascent. As you make your way through, the towering cliffs’ mysterious and perilous structures become increasingly apparent at each turn.
Climbing the stairs Barracuda Lake. It was a challenging trek, truly adventurous can climb the stairs up there.
The best diving conditions and most popular dive spots may both be found at Barracuda Lake. This is the most frequented island for scuba divers in all of Coron.
Boulder, an impressive rockfall threatening to fall over. Collapsed in landslide, large blocks of rocks larger than an average car.
Barracuda Lake and Kayangan Lake are only two of the many stunning natural wonders that Coron has to offer.
Coron Island Hopping Tourmates 2022
The most impressive scenery, the waterscape of rare and enchanted beauty with the towering cliffs in the background.
Again, boat ride was enjoyable, as scheduled, we made quite a few pit stops to observe marine species both above and below the water.
A breathtakingly beautiful white sandy beach and a home to a rich mangrove forest.
The sandy beach reveals a small mangrove forest. Down there you can easily spot starfishes, shrimps and sea corals.
A delightful place to swim and if you are lucky, you may even catch the glimpse of rare species who often hangs up here.
Coron’s surviving wrecks.
Wreck diving in Coron
Underwater remains of the sunken wartime ship. US Navy aircraft during the Second World War way back September 1944.
Coral Reef Garden
From this vantage point, you can see deep into the sea. There is an ideal snorkeling environment here. Below you will see beautiful coral reefs and gardens. White, violet, and pink corals thrive in this area, along with a wide variety of species.
Our tour guide reminded us not to touch the corals or shells we saw, and instructed us not to collect anything to help preserve the reef. A growing number of individuals, including myself as a tourist, are now aware of this.
Bookings for a Coron Island Hopping Tour can be handled through an agency, which can be of great assistance in securing accommodations and tours of your choosing. Transportation to and from the hotel is provided free of charge. Everything from the tourist boat and life vests to the all the necessary licenses and entrance fees, the licensed tour guide, the island’s buffet lunch, the renting of a cottage, and all applicable taxes are included. Go to Coron, that’s the smartest move you can make.
The peak season for tourism is summer. Make your reservations as far in advance as you can, preferably weeks or months. During the summer, it typically reaches its maximum occupancy.
If you haven’t been to Coron, you’ll be pleased to see all the stunning tourist attractions.
The evolution of Coron’s scenic areas is remarkable. Our trip to Coron Island in 2022 was an amazing experience that will stay with us. Coron Island is the perfect destination for any tourist. You’ll have a blast exploring all the exotic resorts.
Our tour guide, Pam-Pam, deserves a big round of applause for being the best tour guide ever. Hello, Pam.
More of my travelogue from Coron Island is on the way…
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