Coron Island in Palawan has incalculable tourism attractions for all. It is now being transformed into one of Philippines’ favorite tourist destinations. Coron has also been a top favorite with regard to diving sites.
These world-renowned diving sites are situated in the narrow passageways of Sangat. The center of attraction is the 26 sunken Japan naval ships. Among the wrecks, Irako has the best visibility and most visited site. This is a Japanese refrigeration ship which, despite a long time under the sea, remains intact. This is located in Coron Bay’s entrance.
Another wreck is Taiei Maru which is a Japanese tanker located at the south of Coron. This is the biggest wreck and, to be able to see it, one has to dive 16 meters underwater. Other notable wrecks include Akitsushima which is a Japanese seaplane, Kogyo Maru and Morazan Maru, which are Japanese freighters. Note that these wrecks are also accessible from the main island of Busuanga.
Still included in the long list of Coron’s rich natural resources is the Los Siete Pecados. It is a seven-islet spot strung on the waters between Coron and Busuanga. By just sitting in a boat, one can get a beautiful view of the sea’s coral gardens.
Want to escape the fast pace and noisy place you dwell in, Coron Island is the best place for you to visit and have for yourself a once in a lifetime experience in enjoying nature at its best literally. This awesome place offer no resorts, restos, or shopping malls, but wait it has far better deal to offer as it is.
Indulge in the place’s breathtaking coastline, crystal clear water aquamarine lagoons, turquoise and cool water, white tulcom sand, caves that houses swifts and rare bats, lovely coves, prolific reefs, and mesmerizing cliffs which is perfect for rock climbing that stretches to few miles.