What To Do

Explore the town and meet the locals. Be prepared to hike the 700 steps of Mount Tapyas and once on top you’ll be mesmerized with the beauty of Coron, its scenic view and its captivating bay and islands.

Soak in the cascading waters of "Maquinit" Hot Spring to rejuvenate those tired muscles.

Tour the famous sites of Coron with a private boat and a tour guide as you marvel through the mountains and rock formations of Kayangan Lake, Barracuda Lake and Twin Lagoon.

Swim and snorkel in Banol Beach, Atwayan Beach and Beach 91.

Swim and snorkel or simply sunbathe in Banana Island and Malcapuya Island with their long stretch of powdery white sand, pristine water and magnificent rock formations.

Feast your eyes in the beautiful array of corals and fishes found in Siete Pecados and Coral Gardens.

Tour the Calauit Island Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary where one can interact with the endangered animals such as giraffes and zebras.

Dive in the WWII Japanese shipwrecks. There are 12 famous dive spots, eight of these are found in Coron Bay and the rest in Busuanga.

Culion Island Tour: Culion is the second largest island in the Calamianes (next to Coron). It was once known as the Island of the Living Dead or the Island of No Return. It was the largest leper colony during the American Period. Visit "La Immaculada Concepcion Church" built by the Jesuits Fathers in 1933, "Culion Museum and Archives" and the famous "Aguila" (a gigantic replica of the Philippine Health Service Seal) constructed in 1926 by the ingenious Lepers as a tribute to the Philippine Health Service.