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    The Majestic Limestone Cliffs and Rock Formations of Coron

    Limestone cliffs and rock formations Situated in the westernmost part of the Philippines lies a paradise with a timeless allure that has captivated the hearts of many. Coron, Palawan, renowned for its pristine beaches, clear turquoise waters, and thriving marine ecosystems, is also home to awe-inspiring geological wonders – the majestic limestone cliffs and rock formations. The Limestone Cliffs of Coron These limestone cliffs are, without a doubt, Coron’s most visually stunning attractions, serving as a unique backdrop that adds to the area’s dramatic and captivating landscape. These formations are not only a stunning sight to behold but also speak volumes about the rich geology of the region. Limestone cliffs…

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    Boat Stops

    Banol Beach: Coron’s Hidden Paradise with Sunset view

    Discovering Banol Beach: Coron’s Hidden Gem Nestled in the breathtaking archipelago of Palawan, Philippines, Banol Beach is an unspoiled gem that offers a serene tropical escape. This hidden paradise, located on Coron Island, is characterized by its powdery white sands, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and striking limestone cliffs that create a postcard-perfect backdrop. Reasons Why You Should Visit Banol Beach The Allure of Banol Beach Banol Beach’s seclusion from the bustling tourist hubs of Coron makes it an ideal destination for travelers seeking a more tranquil and intimate experience. The pristine beach is relatively small, making it an exclusive haven for visitors to unwind, soak up the sun, and enjoy the…

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    Boat Stops

    Malcapuya Island

    Malcapuya Island, tropical white sand beach paradise #1 of top things to do around Coron according to Tripadvisor. This island, along with Bulog Dos and Banana Island are part of a package offered by local tours in Coron because they are located so close to one another. Each of these stops, Bulog Dos and Malcapuya, charges an entrance fee of  200p/person, and is located close also to our recommended stop for this area, No Name island. Malcapuya Island is apparently the best of these three, and any of these four is a good stop to break up the trip into smaller parts. If you want to visit more than one…