• Coron Island, Palawan

    Coron Island: Everything You Need to Know

    Coron Palawan is one of the Philippines’ most spectacular islands, boasting massive limestone peaks, vibrant lagoons, and excellent opportunities for snorkeling and scuba diving. Coron Island, like many other Philippine islands, is an affordable vacation spot with stunning scenery, including white sand beaches and some of the best coral reefs in Southeast Asia. Ships from World War II are permanently entombed in the waters off the coast of Coron, making this group of islands famous for its historical significance. Coron is no less gorgeous above water and is home to one of the Philippines’ most photographed landmarks. It’s true that the more you explore Coron, Philippines, the more stunning its…

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    Busuanga Island, Palawan’s Last Frontier

      The Php150 (approximately $3) hot spring is open everyday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.  The Philippines’ Palawan province is home to the Calamian Group of Islands, the largest of which is the island of Busuanga. Having both a rich World War II history and thriving coral reefs, the island attracts many people looking for aquatic experiences. Interesting fact: the American navy sank twelve Japanese ships along the Busuanga coast during World War II. Coron Town in the south is the main tourist hub, as it serves as access to other popular areas such as Twin Lagoons and Baraccuda Lake. Despite the island’s reputation as a great place to…