Siete Pecados is the most known and closest snorkeling destination around Coron. The literal meaning of the name Siete Pecados is "Seven Sins". The legend has it that seven sister went swimming against their mothers will, all of them drowned and afterwards seven islands appeared.
The marine life around the Islands are amazing, when you snorkel you will see countless of fishes and th ...
e bottom is covered with hard corals.
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Accommodation: Wild Fern Coron Villa
Flight: Cebu Pacific
Itinerary: Mt. Tapyas, Siete Picados, Kayangan Lake, CYC beach , Beach 91 for lunch and Twin Lagoon.
Most people have gathered by now that the Philippines is paradise, though there does seem to be some out there that still need a little convincing of this. Sure its not Thailand or The Seychelles, but thats a good thing! Here on the small and unassuming island of Coron off the northern end of the island of Palawan tourism is still in its infancy. Here local culture still thrives, prices are cheap and tourists are fewer in numbers than in some of the more well know beach resorts around the world. But here the quality and quantity of beautiful limestone lagoons, tranquil turquoise seas and breat ...
Join me as I start off my summer preparing for my trip to Palawan! I will be visiting Kayangan Lake, Siete Picados Marine Park, Beach 91, Twin Lagoons, Malwawey Reef & Coral Garden, Skeleton Wreck and Cyc Beach.
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 ...
Located at the northern side of the Palawan strip, Coron is a forty-five minute to one hour turbo propeller-powered plane ride from Manila. Major domestic airlines such as Cebu Pacific, Air Philippines, and Zest Air regularly fly here. The airport in Busuanga, Coron is a thirty minute ride to the town proper so it's highly recommended to hire a van service prior to going there.
Coron is a small rural town so don't expect to find five-star posh hotels there. After all, it's the marine biodiversity, pristine white sand beaches and beautiful limestone rock formation that makes it a very popul ...