Coron Islands are part of “Calamianes Group of Islands” and located at the Northern Islands of the Palawan province. Our tour at Coron Islands was so much fun. Coron Islands offer some of the Philippines most spectacular scenery, ranging from huge limestone cliffs, underwater and land caves to thermal lakes, hot springs, jungles, rivers and mangrove swamps. It is also popular for wreck diving and enormous underwater view of coral reefs. Actually, the aquatic views from the sunken Japanese warships off Coron Island are listed in Forbes Traveler Magazine’s top 10 best scuba diving sites in the world. Coron Islands in Palawan are also famous for its many lakes. Here, I experienced the salt and fresh water swimming with awesome limestone cliffs sceneries above the blue and green clean water. We had the short hike at the middle of a wilderness something going to Kayangan and Barracuda Lake, but the sightseeing was really worth it. On the other hand, Twin Lagoon is accessible by boat, but if one wants to reach the other side, it also braces you to swim through an underwater tunnel.
Our Coron Island hopping tour was one of my unforgettable experienced. We’ve been through a lot of snorkeling, as it offers clear water with little current of water force and visible underwater creatures.
Here are some of the pictures taken at Coron Islands, Palawan. And yes, I think it’s more fun in the Philippines!