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Coron: Private Island-Hopping Tour on a Yacht or Speedboat

1. Coron: Private Island-Hopping Tour on a Yacht or Speedboat

Experience an exclusive tour of Coron Island on board your own private yacht or speedboat. Walk along two idyllic beaches, Banol Beach and CYC Beach, and discover what lies beneath Barracuda Lake you plan to snorkel. Enjoy an included lunch and optional pickup. Choose to meet your guide at one of the meeting points or get picked up directly from your hotel. Then, leaving Coron Harbor Square, set sail on the turquoise waters to explore the island’s unique charm. Be camera-ready as you visit Coron's famous Kayangan Lake, Barracuda Lake, and the Twin Lagoon, the latter of which is hidden away amongst staggering limestone cliffs. With this being a private trip, you'll get plenty of time to take in the sights at your own pace. As you continue the day island hopping around one of the best island destinations in Asia, stop to walk along pristine beaches, including Banon Beach and CYC Beach. Be welcomed by their golden sands and clear, turquoise waters. If snorkeling is your cup of tea, you’ll enjoy the visit to Coral Garden, known for its vibrant corals and colorful marine life. Make sure you bring your underwater camera as this might be the best coral you've ever seen. Refuel during the trip with an included 3-course traditional lunch. You can also bring your own food and drinks on board to further personalize your private trip. Enhance your experience by adding the private tour photographer as an add-on for unlimited shots, USB in soft copies, drone shots included and all photos are enhanced for unbeatable memories and easier to share on your social media accounts!

Coron: Private Beach Hopping to Malcapuya & Ditaytayan

2. Coron: Private Beach Hopping to Malcapuya & Ditaytayan

Admire the beautiful scenery of Malcapuya Island, Bulog Dos, and Ditaytayan on a guided private tour. Relax on secluded and tranquil beaches under the hot sun with convenient transportation by private speedboat. Depart from the port in Coron and travel in style to some of the most picturesque islands in the region. Journey between each scenic location at high speed on a speedboat perfect for a private excursion. Stop at the tiny Bulog Dos islet and admire the crystal clear waters that surround it. Continue to Malcapuya Island and spend some time on the white sand beaches as you admire the azure blue sea. Finally, stop on Ditaytayan Island where you can admire the vibrant colors of the coral reef. Return to Coron in the early evening after a full day of exploration. Enhance your experience by adding the private tour photographer as an add-on for unlimited shots, USB in soft copies, and drone shots included. All photos are enhanced for unbeatable memories and easier to share on your social media accounts.

Coron: Coastal Cliffs, Beach & Malcapuya Island Hopping Tour

3. Coron: Coastal Cliffs, Beach & Malcapuya Island Hopping Tour

Sail local style on a Philippine Banca boat to venture out to the most popular islands in Coron. Your all-inclusive tour provides of pickup and drop-off, a local lunch, and snorkeling gear so you can immerse yourself in a full day of island hopping. After pickup from your hotel and a quick safety briefing, you'll pick up your snorkeling gear before setting sail. Your first stop is Banana Island. Although you won't be able to spot bananas, a soft beach and lazy hammocks await you. The second stop is one of the most well-known island of Coron. Malcapuya Island has the best beach in Coron with stunning blue sky, emerald water, and white sand. Discover an even more colorful of amazing marine life underwater with your snorkeling gear. Last stop is Bulog Dos Island, famous for its more private atmosphere away from the crowds. Here you can take pictures, enjoy tanning, or go swimming. Finally, it's time for a local-style BBQ lunch with seafood and more amidst the stunning scenery, before you head back to your hotel.

Coron: Barracuda Lake and Smith Beach Private Island Tour

4. Coron: Barracuda Lake and Smith Beach Private Island Tour

Spend the day swimming, snorkeling, and soaking up the sun as you visit places like Barracuda Lake, Twin Lagoon, Skeleton Wreck, Reef Garden, and much more. You'll begin your tour with a visit to Barracuda Lake, a gorgeous lake surrounded by sturdy trees and a popular spot for many divers because of its dramatic temperature shifts. Strong shoes are recommended for this tour as the path to the lake itself can be difficult, but you'll be rewarded with a fun dip in the lake's crystal clear waters. This is followed by a stop at Skeleton Wreck, a sunken warship, where you can enjoy swimming with colorful fishes and maybe even touch the edge of the ship if the tide gets low enough! DESTINATIONS: • Barracuda Lake • Smith Beach • Skeleton Wreck • Twin Lagoon • Reef Garden

Coron: Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon Private Island Tour

5. Coron: Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon Private Island Tour

Today you will discover the beauty of Coron Island beginning with the magnificent rock formation and towering million years of limestone. Visit the most unique island destination, crystal clear water, powdery white sand beaches, enchanted lakes, sunken old shipwrecks, beautiful fishes, and different corals in the coral gardens. The itinerary begins at: Kayangan Lake Experience the enchanting beauty of this lake. Accessible by the 10-minute climb. The crystal clear water of kayangan lake is located on a mountain wall; underwater is like a moonscape. There’s a little wooden pathway and platform to stay your things if you go swimming. Twin Lagoon One of the must-see destinations in Coron. The first lagoon is where the boats dock, while the second lagoon is hidden, the only access to which is a small crevice underneath the rock, or during high tide, a ladder over the rock. One may notice that the water in the twin lagoon may sometimes be blurry, this is caused by the meeting of the salt water and fresh water. CYC Beach (Coron Youth Club) One of the beach destinations for the tour is the CYC (Coron Youth Club) Beach. CYC means “Coron Youth Club.” One interesting fact about this place is that it is the only beach without an entrance fee. It has a long stretch which makes it the better pick when it comes to swimming. The beach has a picturesque view, decorated by rock formations, mangrove trees, and powdery white sand perfect for sunbathing. Sunset Beach It's named sunset beach because of the view of the sunset. This beach is a good area for lunch. A beautiful beach, with crystal clear water. Coral Island Just a little swim from CYC Beach and you'll reach Coral Island where you can do some snorkeling. When swimming in the snorkeling area, be cautious since there are many sea urchins scattered around the floor. This area is also rich in colorful corals and fishes.

Coron: Sunset Beach and Coral Garden Shared Island Tour

6. Coron: Sunset Beach and Coral Garden Shared Island Tour

Experience Coron’s pristine beaches and clear waters on an island-hopping cruise, complete with buffet lunch, guide, and door-to-door round-trip transfers from town hotels. Climb to the crystal waters of Kayangan Lake, swim in Twin Lagoon, snorkel Skeleton Wreck, and explore Siete Pecados/ Reef Garden. Catch some rays on Corn Youth Club Beach and Sunset/ Atwayan Beach. DESTINATIONS: • Kayangan Lake • Twin Lagoon • Sunset beach/AtwayanBeach • Siete Picados/ReefGarden • Skeleton Wreck • Coral Garden • CYC Beach

Coron: Sunset Beach and Coral Garden Private Island Tour

7. Coron: Sunset Beach and Coral Garden Private Island Tour

Experience Coron’s pristine beaches and clear waters on an island-hopping cruise, complete with buffet lunch, guide, and door-to-door round-trip transfers from town hotels. Climb to the crystal waters of Kayangan Lake, swim in Twin Lagoon, snorkel Skeleton Wreck, and explore Siete Pecados/ Reef Garden. Catch some rays on Corn Youth Club Beach and Sunset/ Atwayan Beach. DESTINATIONS: • Kayangan Lake • Twin Lagoon • Sunset beach/AtwayanBeach • Siete Picados/ReefGarden • Skeleton Wreck • Coral Garden • CYC Beach

Coron: Malcapuya Island, Reef & Beaches Private Tour

8. Coron: Malcapuya Island, Reef & Beaches Private Tour

Seas the day and enjoy the beach life in this day tour of Coron's beaches, where You'll get to explore three of Coron's most beautiful beaches in just one day! Start your day off with a boat ride to Malcapuya Island, Where you'll enjoy the panoramic views of coastal cliffs as you make your way. Experience Coron’s pristine beaches and clear waters on an island-hopping cruise, complete with buffet lunch, guide, and door-to-door round-trip transfers from town hotels. Climb to the crystal waters of Kayangan Lake, swim in Twin Lagoon, snorkel Skeleton Wreck, and explore Siete Pecados/ Reef Garden. Catch some rays on Corn Youth Club Beach and Sunset/ Atwayan Beach. The package includes kayaking, with snorkel gear available to rent.

Coron: Pass Island, Reef and Wrecks Private Tour

9. Coron: Pass Island, Reef and Wrecks Private Tour

Discover a historical WWII Japanese shipwreck that sunk and is now covered by the colorful corals, home of different fishes and sea fans. In a distance a large coral the garden lies that lives by different kinds of corals and thousands of fishes. Reef and Wrecks Tours is the best itinerary for snorkeling activities and diving experiences. • Pass Island Pass Island Coron is one of the whitest, sandiest & tropical islands. Imagine pure white silica, soft underfoot, and tall, green palm trees towering skywards and casting blissful shadows over the beach. Then imagine a cold beer in hand and refreshing, calm waters to swim in. • Lusong Gunboat This gunboat was strafed when cruising close to Concepcion village. Disabled by hundreds of machine-gun bullets she was caused to beach herself at the Southern tip of Lusong Island. The wreck is equally good for snorkeling and wreck photography and is often used for relaxation between main dives. The wreck has been salvaged and the entire top has gone. It is nicely covered with sponges and soft corals, many butterflyfish, angelfish, pufferfish, and batfish can be seen. There is also good snorkeling on the reef beside the wreck. • Lusong Coral Garden This is an absolutely amazing coral garden very close to the Lusong shipwreck spot. There are so many types of corals with breathtaking colors and shapes as far as your eye can see. • East TangatWreck East Tangat wreck sunk on the 24th of September 1944 that was believed to be either a tugboat or an anti-submarine craft. This happened during World War II. This shipwreck is 40 meters or 130 feet long and 500 gross tons. The wreck lies listing to starboard down a sandy slope with the stern at 22 meters or 72 feet. The top of the bow at 10 feet points at 320 degrees (compass bearing). This is because East Tangat Wreck has very good shallow water that is also enough to be enjoyed by the snorkelers. The site is also good for novices, underwater photographers, and writers. On the other hand, allocentric and adventurous divers could possibly not find the experience they are searching for at this dive site. These people prefer deeper water and sometimes strong currents. On the wreck, you can find a few corals, both soft and hard, and there are some large lettuce corals beside the East Tangat wreck. It has been home to many aquatic animals and a very good marine life. There you can see schools of small angelfish, butterflyfish specifically the Copper band butterflyfish, white sponges, and many more. Sea stars and crinoids are rarely seen. Location: Close to the southwest side of Tangat Island, Coron, Palawan, Philippines Main Attraction: Wreck diving, snorkeling Average depth: 10 meters or 33 feet Maximum depth: 22 meters or 72 feet Condition: Mild to strong currents

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