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Coron Island Tour

Bookie Price
P1,000 - P2,500 per person
Bookie C.L.A.S.
C: Coverage 5/5
L: Locations 4.5/5
A: Affordability 4.5/5
S: Schedule 5/5
Perfect For
Relaxing with Mother Nature
Having an action-packed adventure
Route Map

Going around the different islands in Coron will make you realize what makes the place unique. In this tour, you get to see a reef, a lagoon, two beaches and a lake, all of which are different from one another yet highly alike in giving Coron a beautifully distinct character.

  • Destinations:
    Kayangan Lake
    Smith Coral Garden
    Banol Beach
    Twin Lagoon
    CYC Beach
    Balinsasayaw Floating House
  • Pick-up Time: 08:45AM
  • Tour Duration: 8 Hours

  • Land transfers
  • Boat transfers
  • Entrance fees
  • Environmental fees
  • Tour guide
  • Snacks
  • Meals
  • Life vest
  • Snorkel rental
  • Kayak rental
  • Souvenirs

• Price range is based on a group of seven adults.
• Rate increases for smaller groups if private tour is preferred.
• Joiners’/group tour is offered for this, but is subject to availability.

  • Kayangan Lake

    Dubbed as ‘Asia’s cleanest lake’, Kayangan is one of Coron’s eight majestic and sacred lakes. Surrounded by 200+ year old limestone formations, it is managed by the Tagbanuas of Calamianes. Along with Barracuda Lake, Kayangan was once off limits to the public. The rest of the lakes remain restricted from the public. The people of the Tagbanua tribe believe that spirits dwell in these places.

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  • Twin Lagoon

    Towering rock formations and 2 lagoons divided. Nature truly has it own thing to give and have us bewildered with it’s star struck beauty. Coron just gave me another reason to love it. As our boat sailed around the first lagoon, our boatman was telling us that because of how the rock formations are seen scattered around the island, it saved them from typhoon Yolanda when it passed by. If it weren’t for the serrated rocks, probably by now, the beauty of the island might have been lost. Going around the two lagoons, left our group just filled with awe.

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