Bulog Dos is one of the many beautiful islands of the Calamianes. It is located close to the tip of Malaroyroy Peninsula at the northern end of Bulalacao, an island located southwest of Coron Island and adjacent to Culion Island (Bulog Dos is actually closer to Culion than Coron).
Bulog Island is about 1.5 hour from Coron Town. It's a small island which only takes minutes to walk a ...
round. One side of Bulog Island is rocky while the other side is made up of the finest white sand. The only development is a small cottage where visitors may have their lunch. During low tide a sandbar stretches all the way to the neighboring Malaroroy Island.
Its a cozy island with a great beach and the waters around it offers good snorkeling opportunities.
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Coron is one of the four towns that make up Calamianes or Calamian Group of Islands. It is made up of around 51 islands and islets, and home to seven enchanting lakes which are sacred cultural sites of Tagbanua tribe. Of these seven lakes, only two are open to public - Kayangan and Barracuda Lake. The other five, including Cabugao Lake which is the biggest and believed to be a lair of giant octopus, are hidden and restricted to general public.
Bulog Dos Island is one of our destinations on a recent island hopping tours we took from Coron. The day was bright, the sun was hot and the water was a cool deep turquoise. A great spot to stop and swim or just lay on the beach and let the waves wash over you. But, before we get into that, a little background on the island first.
Ive heard so much about the beauty of Coron around 10 years ago when my colleagues were going there for vacation and team buildings posting incredible pictures of a place they call paradise. I never got the chance to visit until now. My wife and I have been to Puerto Princesa and El Nido and I think these 3 most visited places in Palawan has a different charm of its own.
This is end of Coron Palawan series .
Waling-Waling Island named from an local orchid.
The orchid is considered to be the "Queen of Philippine flowers" and is worshiped as a diwata by the indigenous Bagobo people.
This island has a short to long sandbar depending how low the lowtide is. It's crowded in summer but few before and after summer. Beautiful corals and abundant coral fish surrounding the small island and you can explore the island by walking up to the top and there's a mini-bar that sells basic provision like BEER :) your unlucky if they run out of supply though.
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