Dive Link Resort

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Uson Island, 5316, Philippines
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  • Families71
  • Couples66
  • Solo50
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Village lodge

by joan5254

Hello! Does anyone here knows the Village Lodge in Coron? it is different from Coron Village Lodge... guys i need reviews and if possible photos also. I'd tried browsing net but no enough details about the lodge. hoep someone here can help me. thanks! :-)

Re: Village lodge

by happygolime

I am not sure if both are the same . Check it out if it is the sister company of daronaya (? ) . if it is then it is okay . I have seen it .

I hope this one is in the town proper .

I went to coron on april .

Re: Village lodge

by Odinnthor

It is the same company. Here is the "About Us" page...and another source....



Here are some reviews from our "mother" TripAdvisor...


Hope this helps......d:o)

Re: Village lodge

by kemisteryoso

I saw Coron Village lodge but never seen Village lodge. Maybe they are the same. I went there last august 18.

Travel Tips for Coron

Money Changing/ ATM

by kemisteryoso

For Foreigners traveling to Coron, be sure you already change your foreign Currency into pesos. It is because I talked to a French guy and an Argentinian couple I shared a boat with on an Island hopping activity that the exchange rate is better in Manila or from the airport because you will lose about 15% when you convert your Currency. But if it happened that you forgot to change your currency, I saw a money changing station beside a dive shop at Bangkwang area along the national highway a few meters walk from Coron Bistro and I read that Swagman Travel office and a pawnshop are converting foreign currency to pesos and also some resort are also doing this but limited only to US Dollar. You need a local currency because most of the resort and restaurants etc. can only accept cash.
Other option is to withdraw some cash from ATMs or Cashpoints in Coron but remember that a fee will be deducted for every transaction you will make especially to those who are holding foreign cards. The limit on each withdrawal and the allowable money to be withdrawn per day can also be a problem.
There are 3 banks in Coron with cashpoints. The Landbank is the farthest in Coron proper located along the national highway going to Maquinit Hotspring after Coron Village lodge. The Bank of the Philippine Islands (Oldest bank in the Philippines) is strategically located at the heart of the town along the National highway before the St. Augustine Church and the last one is Allied bank situated at the end of Burgos Street.

Bring enough cash

by smarty_alec

Though a few establishments are already accepting credit cards, it is still wiser to bring enough cash. The Land Bank of the Philippines is the only bank in the town of Coron. It has one ATM terminal.

Tourist Office

by kemisteryoso

If you are too lazy to do some research from the internet, you can visit the Coron Tourism office located near the Public Market. There is a newly constructed fountain before the office. You can ask information about the place and what are the attractions you need to see, They will also give some suggestions which are very helpful.

Wear rubber sandals with strap even when swimming

by seaurchinako

Use rubber sandals with strap since you don't only do island hopping, there are treks and lots of sea urchins. bring alaxan since some treks are slippery, steep and challenging. protect your camera from sea water. place it in a plastic container or you can buy a water-proof camera case if budget permits bring lots of sunblock and insect repellant. Mainit sa coron at dragon size ang mga lamok esp in Kayangan Lake

Best Wreck Diving in the Philippines

by Boljakool

Coron is the perfect place to visit if you are looking for wreck diving in the Philippines. There are at least 12 Japanese boats that were sunk in the are during World War II. Bring your favorite dive gear!


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Address: Uson Island, 5316, Philippines