Coron

CORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINESCORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES
CORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINESCORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES
CORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINESCORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES
CORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINESCORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES
CORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINESCORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES
CORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINESCORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES
CORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINESCORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES
CORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINESCORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES

Coron, Palawan

Coron, an island on the northern tip of Palawan, boasts of an imposing skyline. Pockmarked by green rocky islets surrounded by lakes, two of which are Lake Kayangan and Lake Barracuda very popular with divers for its unique layers or fresh, salty and bracking waters.

Coron is known for several Japanese shipwrecks of World War II vintage. The area around the wrecks has rock formations which provide for snorkeling opportunities, with underwater visibility extending up to 24 meters. It is one of the most visited destinations for wreck diving in the Philippines. 

Accessibility

By Air. There are available flights from Manila to Busuanga Airport. A few hours of land vehicle travel is required to get to Coron from the airport.

By Sea. Coron is accessible by ferry from Manila. Travelling directly from Puerto Princesa or El Nido by ferry takes about 8 hours.