Things To Do In Coron Palawan Islands

The islands, also known as Coron, are among our favourite places on the planet. Coron is equally majestic above the surface. It has become one of the most photographed spots in the Philippines over the last decade. The more you look, the more breathtaking sights you’ll discover in Coron, Philippines.

Coron is located in the Palawan Provence in the far west of the Philippines and is part of the Calamian Islands, or Calamianes Archipelago.

Most visitors refer to Coron as Coron Town, which is located on Busuanga Island, the archipelago’s largest island. What’s more, there’s also Coron Island, a stunning undeveloped island that most Coron day trips visit.

Coron Island is a 30-minute boat ride from the town on Busuanga Island and is home to many of Coron’s top attractions. Twin Lagoons, Kayangan Lake, Barracuda Lake, and many beautiful beaches and smaller lagoons can be found here.


This masterpiece, known as one of Asia’s clearest lakes, and the island that holds it are two of the most beautiful places on the planet. Kayangan Lake and its surrounding viewpoint are among the most photographed locations in the Philippines.

This lake will be at its busiest in the late morning hours. If possible, plan a trip that departs early in the morning or after lunch. Many of the standard tours all take the same route, resulting in a large crowd at the sight in the late morning.

However, with no shadows in the bay, just before noon is one of the best times to see the famous viewpoint at the top of the hill at Kayangan Lake. The best approach is to visit the lake in the early morning and then, on the way out, stop at the viewpoint while it is sunny.


The breathtaking Malcapuya Beach is only a short boat ride from Coron Town. You may have this picture-perfect length of sand almost entirely to yourself because there are only a few small hotels on the beach. Some of the most breathtaking views we have ever seen. White sands and clear, green and blue waters.

You may plan a day trip in Coron Town called the Beach Tour that includes a visit to this beach plus a few other beaches to get there. (All of these are included in Beach Tour #1, 1200P)


Twin Lagoons can only be reached by boat, either as part of a group tour or by hiring your own private boat. We recommend renting a boat because you can go whenever you want and have complete control. Unfortunately, the boats have a fixed fee for Coron Island, whether you make one stop or 100, so making several stops is much better value. You can also visit the nearby lakes (Barracuda and Kayangan), Banul Beach, or go snorkelling at one of the many locations on Coron Island. It is one of the best trips we’ve taken in the Philippines, and it is well worth paying a little more to have these amazing spots all to yourself.

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