"Dramatic rock protrusions rear from turquoise sea - while endless sweeps of golden sand, and underwater worlds of colourful life – make Coron a place that you can’t help but dive into. A snorkeler and scuba diver’s paradise, ghostly shipwrecks lie below the glorious waters here, swirling with life and stories. With complex coral reefs, towering cliffs, and turquoise waters blotched with emerald greens, Coron is a vibrant and revitalising escape of spectacular islands and pristine beaches. View more
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Explore the limestone cliffs, pristine, white-sand beaches, idyllic lagoons, abundant reefs, and diverse marine life of Coron Island during this picturesque, full-day sightseeing excursion.
Depart the pier aboard an outrigger boat for the short ride to Kayangan Lake, renowned as the cleanest and greenest lake in the Philippines. Surrounded by limestone cliffs, Kayangan Lake and its crystal-clear brackish water are ideal for swimming and snorkelling. Upon arrival at the lake's entrance, ascend 170 steps to access the viewing area. Following a photo stop here, walk down another 170 steps to the lake, where you can swim and snorkel in the emerald-green water. Following your visit, another stop is made at a small cave before hiking back down the hill along the same route .
Next, Banol Beach where a buffet lunch (local seafood and barbecue) is prepared for the guests . Banol is a small stretch of sandy white beach surrounded by majestic backdrop of limestone cliffs. After lunch, some free time is made available to swim and snorkel in its aquamarine and turquoise waters that is very relaxing to the senses. Afterwards embark your boat again for the ride to Siete Pecados.
Siete Pecados Marine Park
A protected marine park, Siete Pecados is renowned for its spectacular geological formations, limestone karst, and superb diving and snorkelling. The marine life around these seven islets is simply amazing, and features abundant fish species and coral. Following a swimming and snorkelling session here, commence the short boat-ride back to the pier.
Embrace the exquisite natural beauty of Coron Island by local boat during this incredibly scenic and memorable sightseeing cruise.
Siete Pecados, Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon
Depart the pier aboard a local outrigger boat for a delightful cruise around Coron Island. Explore the Siete Pecados Marine Park, Kayangan Lake entrance, Barracuda Lake entrance and Twin Lagoon. Along the way, take in spectacular panoramic vistas of the island's towering limestone cliffs and rock formations, white-sand beaches, idyllic lagoons, abundant reefs, and diverse marine life.
Calis Point, Coral Garden and Beaches
Leaving the Twin Lagoon, your boat passes by Calis Point, the Smith Coral Garden and Beach, Banol Beach, Beach 91, Skeleton Wreck, and Atuwayan Beach. Your unforgettable Coron Island cruise concludes back at the pier.
Discover the undersea panorama off the north shore of Coron Island during this memorable, half-day diving excursion.
Depart the pier via outrigger boat for the short ride to Barracuda Lake, situated off the north shore of Coron Island. Along the way, take in spectacular panoramic vistas of the island's towering limestone cliffs, rock formations, white-sand beaches, idyllic lagoons, abundant reefs, and diverse marine life. Upon arrival at Barracuda Lake, begin your guided diving session. Barracuda Lake is quite unique due to its mix of fresh water and salt water that vary greatly in temperature. The limestone-encased lagoon was formed by a karst sinkhole, which has separated the lake from the open ocean. Volcanic activity beneath the surface heats up the salt water trapped inside.
Twin Peaks or Siete Pecados Marine Park
Next, embark the boat and continue on for a second dive at either Twin Peaks or the Siete Pecados Marine Park, two of the best snorkelling sites on Coron Island. Whilst exploring these crystal-clear waters, see abundant tropical fish and coral beds, and look for the sea turtles that inhabit the area. Afterward, embark the boat and commence the short ride back to the pier.
Embrace the scenic splendour of Coron in a fun-filled and relaxing new way during this half-day snorkelling and swimming excursion via local outrigger boat.
Siete Pecados, Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon
Depart the pier aboard a local outrigger boat for a delightful, approximately two-hour cruise around Coron Island. Explore Siete Pecados Marine Park, the Kayangan and Barracuda Lake entrances, and the Twin Lagoon. Along the way, take in spectacular panoramic vistas of the island's towering limestone cliffs, rock formations, white-sand beaches, idyllic lagoons, abundant reefs, and diverse marine life.
Calis Point, Coral Garden, Beaches, Snorkelling and Swimming
Leaving the Twin Lagoon, your boat passes by Calis Point, the Smith Coral Garden and Beach, Banol Beach, and Atuwayan Beach. Next, a stop is made at Skeleton Wreck. Upon arrival, begin your guided snorkelling session. Explore the wreck, and see diverse coral, tropical fish and marine life. Afterward, embark the boat and ride over to Banol Beach for light local snack. Following a wet landing, some free time is made to swim in the crystal-clear water and relax on the white-sand beach. Enjoy some local snacks and try the fresh coconut juice. At the conclusion of your visit, embark your boat and commence the approximately 30-minute ride back to the pier.