Cyc Islet Beach is located in Lajala, Coron, Palawan, and is included in many island hopping trips to the Coron Island Natural Biotic Area.
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If you will ask me what is my favorite place in Luzon, my answer is Palawan.
I wanted to share our DIY tour, budget and tips on how you can maximize your travel if you are planning to visit Coron and Culion Palawan.
In below itinerary I placed Culion on the first day mainly because it is quite hard to travel here especially if you are planning to take the public ferry. We also anticipate that if there will be any mishap on the transportation going back in Coron we still have plenty of time to adjust our plans. We stay less than 24hrs in this island and our limited time restrict us to vis ...
A beauty on the far west of the Philippines. A town any Filipino and foreigners would know. Popular as it can deliver, because almost all parts of its sea is a coral heaven.
A tricycle driver once said to me that Coron is the Land of Paradise. Great beaches, beautiful corals, diverse marine life. Even if one's entrance fee goes up to Php 300 per person per day, people would pay the price. Sounds absurd, but we don't know how much a nature-savvy guy would pay for the experience, especially if Coron can provide a different world underneath. Interesting!
Though the town can offer different ...
The beauty of Coron will surely capture ones' heart. It is an exquisite, serene island situated in the province of Palawan. Every year, thousands of people are drawn to its diverse natural beauty. It offers breathtaking limestone cliffs, powdery sand beaches, rich marine life, and fascinating views.
How to get to Coron?
1. There are multiple airlines that fly directly from Manila to Busuanga airport.
2. From the airport, you can take an air-conditioned van that brings you to the town proper or straight to your hotel. Travel time is approximately about 30-45 minutes and fare is Php 150 o ...
I'm too excited to share my Coron trip with my sister to end my blog post that way. So Coron is a first class municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines, comprising the eastern half of Busuanga Island, all of Coron Island and about 50 other minor islets stretching as far as Tara Island in the north-east and Canipo Island in the south. All these islands are part of the Calamian Archipelago in Northern Palawan that separates the South China Sea from the Sulu Sea. According to the 2010 census, it had a population of 42,941 people. (Of course, I got that info from Wikipedia. Hahaha)
Next up was lunch at Banul Beach. Hooray, food! Naturally, we had a lot of seafood, but meat, specifically pork sisig, was also included. I personally enjoyed the crab. Yum. Yum. It's the first time I've ever opened my own crab too (well, technically Kat opened mine for me) so that makes it even more memorable.
We took all these photos right after eating lunch. We were so hungry that when we got to the island, we all immediately rushed to the food, haha. Forgive me if I look really chubby here. Mehehe. I actually had around 4 or 5 cups of rice, because the food was simply so yummy! It's har ...
In April of this year, I chanced upon a seat sale flight to Coron by SkyJet Airlines. The said airline had also promotions on its flights to Batanes, but the fare was still expensive. I got my round trip ticket to Coron for P1,942.80. It was my first time to book a flight and that being said (because of this "there is always a first time" thing), I forgot to consider the time of my flights, departure from Manila was 14:10 and from Busuanga 12:00H, not ideal if you want to maximize your 3D2N stay. Because of that, I had to carefully plan my do-it-yourself itinerary to be able to make the most o ...