At over 2,000 feet above sea level.
It's a man made pool with fresh water flowing from the
rain forest. Interesting endemic flora and fauna can be found around the
Maquinit Hot Spring
The blissfully warm and salty water of the spring provides
a soothing counterpoint to frenzy of activities you may had. Just take a dip
and relax in its healing waters. With a
temperature ranging from 38 to 41 degrees Celsius, Maquinit waters are very
relaxing and therapeutically. It is the perfect place to go after a day of
trekking and snorkeling. It has a flow output of 85 liters/second or a whopping
5115 liter/minute! It is unique because unlike other
This cluster of seven islets in home to a rich marine life abundant corals, fish of varied colors and species. The beauty underneath makes Siete Pecados one of Coron best sites for snorkeling. Siete Pecados located near Maquinit Hot Springs; Siete Pecados is a cluster of seven small islands. According to legend, seven sisters went swimming against their mothers wishes. As a consequence they all drowned and afterwards, seven small islands sprouted from the sea. Siete Pecados is a good snorkeling area.
Only 20 minutes by motorcycle from the town center, these is serene getaway, perfect for a day spent lazing under the sun, with refreshing views of Coron Island Ancestral Domain.
Prepare to be mesmerized by its stately beauty and grace.
The entrance itself is awe-inspiring, as is the view from the top. It has been
hailed many times over as the cleanest fresh water lake in the country.
behind a collection of limestone walls. This lake has the added attraction of
its thermal layers. It is named for the resident Barracuda that is said to
haunt its waters-so is on the lookout! Perfect for diving!
Dare to swim into a small underwater tunnel to across from one lagoon to another. The limestone cliffs that separate the two lagoons. The tranquil waters, along with the challenge of the underwater tunnel make for an unforgettable adventure. Twin Lagoon two lagoons separated by a wall of rock. During low tide, an opening at the base of the cliff appears enabling swimmers to cross to the other lagoon.
called Katuayan, (a place full of Tuay, a kind of shell) by the natives,
Atuayan beach is situated I a cove with a small island near its mouth which
makes it child friendly because there is virtually no current. It has the
longest beach among the
Offers one of
the best reefs for snorkeling. Its white and shady beach makes it an ideal
picnic place. A destination definitely worth going.
one of the most beautiful islands in
Coron. It will be developed into a very
private hideout for only a select clientele. It will have with its own private
swimming pool as well as extensive garden. Each villa will be provided with a butler, chef, and maid. The
island will be equipped with a helipad and a part. Evening activities will be
available in the neighboring
a trip to historic Culion town includes a visit to a centuries old Spanish Church, an ancient watch tower, and a museum.
Is nice but gets very busy. It's the only free beach in the area.30 minutes boat ride from the town proper.
An authentic WWII Japanese ship. Shallow enough that it does not require the tourist to go scuba diving to view it.
Is a snorkeling destination where you can see a sunken ship even while snorkeling.
This provides a delightful mixture of white sandy beach and limestone cliffs. Great for picnics, snorkeling and a bit of fishing.
A small island located off the Western side of
Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary are located on Calauit Island at the northwest tip of Busuanga. The Sanctuary is separated from the mainland by a wide belt of dense mangrove on the western side of Ilutuk Bay. Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary (CGPWS) is the Philippines major conservation showcase for wildlife habitat holding the single distinction as the first successful wildlife translocation experiment in Asia. Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary were declared by Presidential Proclamation No. 1578 on August 31, 1976. It has total land area of 3,400 hectares with low-lying island in the Calamian group, north of Palawan, It is a short distance from the much larger island of Busuanga. The natural vegetation is lowland forest and mangroves along the coast. Much of the forest has now been replaced by plantations, secondary growth and open grassland. Marine habitat is said to have been haven to the dugong, sea turtles, giant clams, coral reefs and a sanctuary for commercial fish species as well. Access is possible by vehicle or by boat. Small rivers and creeks abound on the island, although most of these water sources dry up during hot months. Some springs provide year-long supply of water in ponds and lagoons. The Island is exposed to the southwest monsoon and rough seas from July to October. Fair weather and calm seas prevail from March to June.