Kalamayan Inn

Coron, , Palawan, Philippines
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Forum Posts

Two nights in busuanga

by TonyBagnall

hi, we are spending two nights on busuanga in December on our way from el nido to manila. Any tips on good mid range accomodation? It seems most places are either less than $30 or more than $200. We prefer mid-range, around $50-$100 USD. Any tips?

We will probably just take a day trip on our one full day there, but might like to spend the time in a resort rather than coron town, but if we do stay in town Kalamayan inn looks ok, any opinions? Is there anywhere nearer the airport (I think SEAIR fly into the north of the island, is that correct?).

thanks for any help

RE: Two nights in busuanga

by Judithdistal

Sangat Island Resort $65 per person. Perfect location for diving and a nice place (i've been there before).

RE: Two nights in busuanga

by Agellie

Hi. Try discovery divers island resort. I'm going there this end of october.

http://www.ddivers.com/

Their site also gives info on other accomodations in the area.

RE: RE: Two nights in busuanga

by TonyBagnall

thanks for the tips, and thanks esp judith, dont think I could have organised this holiday without you!

RE: RE: Two nights in busuanga

by Libra12

In case you stay in Sangat island, I recommend that you kayak to a hot spring at the other side of the island, it's hidden behind thick mangroves.

RE: RE: Two nights in busuanga

by TonyBagnall

kayak sounds lovely, will definitely do that

contact no.s for boats and island overnight info

by dsb0423

Hi everyone!

Hope you guys can help me out, I’m planning a trip to coron this may. I was wondering if any one can give me contact no.s of boats for rent and guides that they’ve encountered.

Likewise, does any one have the contact no. for
1. north cay island?
2. Banana island?
3.Malcapuya island?
Im planning to stay overnight at one of the island and would like to be able to coordinate it. if you have any inputs on other island you can stay overnight,( it doesent have to be a resort, Camp out is fine) please do tell.

Thanks so much!

Re: contact no.s for boats and island overnight info

by itzypies

Hi, try checking out the contact info below.. the last 2 persons
are accredited by the DOT..

good luck!


Cheers!
Gin




DARAYONAN LODGE c/o
Leticia Fernandez
Poblacion, Coron, Palawan
048-7443209

THE VILLAGE LODGE c/o
Rebecca Fernandez
National Highway, Brgy. 1 Poblacion, Coron, Palawan
048-8055965


Kalamayan Inn
corner Don Pedro & St Augustin
Coron, Palawan
Philippines
63-2-633-4701
FAX: 63-2-633-4855
kalmayan@mozcom.com
http://www2.mozcom.com/~kalmayan


CAROLINA SARIEGO
5250 Salvacion, Busuanga, Palawan
09184612636

SOTERO ALARCON
5250 Salvacion, Busuanga, Palawan
09186779556

Re: contact no.s for boats and island overnight info

by greys

I recently came across this site - http://diycoron.wordpress.com it looks reasonable enough and you need not coordinate all the details your trip planning. Hope it helps.

Travel Tips for Coron

Boats and vans rental assistance

by gurangna

Thanks Edwinic! Am sure you were kidding. No sharks around Coron and nobody wear cassocks anymore.

To all, please disregard my invitation to join as their group has increased with other cousins joining. But if you need assistance on booking boats and vans, just email me.

Barracuda Lake

by moonlighting

There are seven beautiful and enchanting lakes sorrounded by craggy limestone cliffs. One of them is Barracuda Lake. Once upon a time there were barracudas trapped in this freshwater, hence the name.

Diving BArracuda Lake is an experience out of the ordinary. Our divemaster called our dive there Sci-fi dive. There you will experiece thermocline and helicline. Colors change fast from black to blue to green. And if you want instant manicure, the cleaner shrimps found there would be happy to give you one, for free!

Sunblock! Sunblock!

by anliz99

Backpack shorts, shirts, aqua shoes Most especially, SUNBLOCK! the heat of the sun is really bad and you will be in danger of burning up if you don't apply every now and then.

Best one to bring as an added protection is the Godiva Anti-Jellyfish sunblock. Best protection again jellyfish sting.

Japanese ships victim of US Air Raids WWII

by DSwede

In 1944, after a few surveillance flights over the area, US military intelligence (try not to laugh at the paradox of that...) noted that several of the small islands around the Calamian Island Group were in fact moving... so the order was put out to bomb those islands.

Among the sunk or wounded were the Kyogu Maru, Kyokuzan Maru, Olympia Maru, Akitsushima, Taiei Maru, Irako, Ekkai Maru, Kamoi, Tangat, Lusong, Shonan Maru and the Kasagisan Maru.

They are littered about the islands, but many are within easy reach for diving. The "skeleton wreck" of Lusong actually breaks the surface during low tide so is an easy exploration even just for those looking to snorkel on the surface!!

The other wrecks require dive guides and the use of a dive shop. Depths vary, but most are found to be 30m (100ft) or more with their decks being 25m (80ft). Deco dives may be incurred.

Dives will be tailored to your experience and certification levels. More advanced divers will be granted the unique experience of exploring deeper and more intricate passages of the wrecks.

The Irako was probably the highlight for me. The labyrinth of passages, the preserved state of the compartments... all surpassing previous experiences for me. Diving with Nitrox and computers are recommended.
All diving shops in Coron can supply full gear and equipment if you do not have any.

Experience a different kind of diving

by Boljakool

Our dive in the barracuda lake is a totally different experience. The divemaster calls it a science fiction dive because of the very unique underwater topography. This is also where I first experienced a thermocline and a halocline.

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 Kalamayan Inn

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Address: Coron, , Palawan, Philippines