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Island Hopping

August 10, 2012

Take a banca – a native outrigger boat - and go around Coron Island and discover its numerous beaches, coves, lakes and lagoons...


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Island Hopping

Take a banca – a native outrigger boat - and go around Coron Island and discover its numerous beaches, coves, lakes and lagoons. Visit the picturesque Cayangan Lake with its limestone cliffs and clear waters, snorkel around Twin Rocks and Siete Pecados, enjoy the many beaches of the island and cap the day by taking a hot water dip in Maquinit Springs. One may also take the boat to Sangat Island and enjoy the Coral Garden, Lusong Wreck and East Tangat Wreck and beach - with only your snorkeling gear.
The more patient ones can relax at the beach while waiting for the monkeys and kingfishers to make their appearance.

Islands include: Calumbuyan Island, Culion (former site of the Philippines leper colony), Malcapuya Island (white sand beach similar to that of Boracay), Black Island (beaches and caves), etc.

Diving

Scuba dive and explore the World War II Japanese Wrecks – there are the “Big Six” Wrecks that one must explore. Dive the geothermal waters of Barracuda Lake, and if weather permits, be captivated by the Cathedral – located on the east coast of Coron Island.

Scuba diving lessons and Discover Scuba Diving are likewise offered.

Calauit Island

Take the whole day and enjoy Calauit Island, see zebras, antelopes, impalas, gazelles, elands, giraffes, monkeys, exotic birds and other wildlife in a natural environment. Established by the late Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos, this wildlife sanctuary has modest accommodations for the more adventurous travelers.

Mountain Biking

Enjoy the wonders of Busuanga by riding around the island with your mountain bike. Stop at the beaches for a quick dip or explore the numerous trails that lead to mangrove forests and rivers.

Hiking/Treking

Enjoy a commanding view of the island, Coron Bay and Maricaban Bay, when you join the guided tour of Mt. Tundalara, the highest point in Busuanga. This normally takes the whole day and may be strenuous and hot for weekend warriors.

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