It was an exciting day yesterday when my first kayaking guests showed up, starting the 2000km stretch around Palawan island from Coron and back. The waves might be too rough in the open ocean north of Coron, so it may be better to just take the overnight sleeper 2Go ferry from Manila. Lots of storage space there.
We are located about half way between Coron and El Nido, so make sure you drop by on your way. But be weary about the southern tip of Palawan, as it has a reputation of pirates, who even invade Malaysian waters off the island of Borneo to the south. You can check out the boat tours shaded section of our suggested travel itinerary plans for the Palawan area for a map of interesting spots to stop off at between Coron and El Nido. In the Linapacan area alone there are 52 islands to explore, mostly deserted. So easy shelter if there happen to be rough seas.
If you don’t have your own kayak, you can rent one in Coron, or our own banca paddle boat. We can show you our map of trails we created through the jungle of several islands if you want to give your arms a rest and your legs a workout. If you have your own tent you can crash out on our ample beach space for only 100p a night, and join us in the evenings around the fire.
Some blog links about kayaking around Palawan, Philippines