When In Palawan, Visit Coron

Coron is a small town which acts as a gateway to a number of fascinating places. To give you an idea what to expect in Coron Island, Palawan, watch this video from Biyahe Ni Drew (GMA Network). This video showcases places never been or rarely visited places in Coron. Fall in love with the beauty of Coron Island.


What To See In Coron

Rock Formations


An island in Coron, Palawan.JPG
By Jdcgumpal - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link


Beaches

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By Creator:Edyta Denst - Creator:Edyta Denst, GFDL, Link

Japanese shipwrecks of World War II


Tagbanwa People

The island of Coron is part of the ancestral domain of the indigenous Tagbanwa people. The Tagbanwa is considered as one of the original inhabitants of the Philippines.

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By Moody 75 - originally posted to Flickr as Coron Island, Palawan, Philippines, CC BY-SA 2.0, Link

Lakes and Lagoons

There are eleven lakes.

Coron Twin ragun(코론 트윈 라군) - panoramio (4).jpg
By 우한길(HK Woo), CC BY 3.0, Link

Mangrove


Cathedral Cave aka Günter's Cave.

What To Do In Coron

Snorkeling and wreck diving

Wreck diving in Coron Bay. There are 10 Japanese ship wrecks and gun boats that you can visit underwater. Forbes Magazine featured Coron Bay shipwrecks as 10 of the best diving sites in the world.

Links to Coron

Geography and Diving via Wikipedia