Coron Things To Do
Coron, Philippines is part of the Calamian Islands. While there, sail to nearby islands, put your feet in the sand, and take in the natural beauty.
Coves, Lakes, Lagoons
When you get to Coron, head to the beach. There, you’ll find several guides. Ask them about the coves, lakes, and lagoons in the area. Chances are, they’ll offer to take you to their favorite spots in Coron for a small fee. Besides lagoons, there are many reefs and shipwrecks worth exploring while in Coron. Before you leave on your trip, buy a map of the island and read reviews about places you should visit and those you should avoid while you’re there.
In Coron, it’s not difficult to find someone advertising an island hopping tour. This is a great way to explore the area, but most tours are an all day event and they may be expensive. If it’s in your budget, make sure the tour includes stops to Banana Island and Malcapuya Island. For those who stay on Coron, checkout Banol Beach. One of the island’s biggest and most visited beaches, you can go parasailing, rent a jet ski, or relax with an umbrella drink.
Rent a Motorbike
One of the more exciting ways to explore the island is by motorbike. In town, you can find several places to rent a motorbike. They charge per hour, so it can get expensive, but it’s well worth the money. Coron’s roads only cover parts of the island; the rest can be best navigated on a bike. Before you head out to explore the island, plan out your route on a map. Some of the trails are in bad shape, so don’t take any chances. If you stay on the main streets, you should be fine. While this may not be your preferred mode of transportation, it’s a great way to see the waterfalls, forests, and farms.
Editor’s Note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about things to do in Coron.