Hiking around the Dimakya Island won't only make you sweat but also gives you a panoramic view of the island and it's neighboring islets especially when you reach the Eagel's Point, the highest point of the island.And if you're lucky, you might encounter a Calamian deer or a monitor lizard which can only be found in this part of the country.
The Siete Pecados.. the name was derived from the seven small islets surrounding this area. This is one of the protected marine sunctuaries in Coron Island.. The government has empolyed people to safeguard this place to preserve its natural beauty.. The corals are very pretty and fish are bountiful. This area is yet to be developed to be promoted as a great tourist attraction.
Climbing up Mt. Tapyas is not for the weak at heart.. one will require a great sense of determination and will power to be able to sucessfully reach the top.. well, okey, i'm exaggerating :) you just need to take a deep breath and climb up 720 steps to reach the top.. and once you get there, you will be rewarded with a view of the whole island of coron..
Lusong & Gunboat are one of the more visible wrecks in coron. According to experienced divers, Lusong wreck appears to have been a Japanese tugboat. This wreck is also great for snorkeling and is next to a wonderful reef whose depth ranges from 3 & 18m.
The Maquinit Hotspring is the only known slat water hotspring in the Philippines. With a temperature of 40 degrees celcius, a dip into it is said to be therapeutic. It is said to be beneficial by relieving tension and stress and bring relief to aching muscles and joints.
Just be careful for the floor is slippery due to the several algae surrounding the pool and its floor area.. for the sensitive type, just image that yoa re having a seaweed wrap ;)
Entrance fee is P100 for adults, P80.00 for students & senior citizens, children 12 yrs & below, P50.00.
The Twin lagoon is a rock formation, dividing 2 lagoons.. during the low tide, a small opening will be seen where you can cross to the other side, so during high tides, it is not advisable to go as it is not safe to cross to the other side. Upon entering the other side, your eyes can feast on the spectacular view of colorful plants and several schools of fish.
Cayangan lake is quite a long way from Club Paradise, it took us 1hr boat ride to Busuanga mainland then another 1hr from Busuanga to Coron town,and from Coron town 15mins boatride to Cayangan lake.But it's worth the trip, the scenery is just amazingly beautiful!The water is so refreshing and very inviting!But hey, you have to climb up to see this picturesque cliff and another 60 steps to get to Cayangan lake and back,it's really a challenge!
you can opt to have a picnic on the beach.. limited cottages are available for everyone to share. just make sure you bring your own garbage bag and clean up after to keep the beach clean for others to enjoy too.
Banol beach is one of those unoccupied beach coves in Coron Island.. Belonging to the Tagbanua people, you have to pay a minimal amount of P100 per head to ba able to swim in its crystal clear sea and have as picnic on the cottages provided there. Compared to some other beaches, it is quite small but the white powdery sand and clear blue water makes it a must see when you visit the Island of Coron.
Kayangan lake is located in the Island of Coron.. It is said to be the cleanest lake in the Philippines. It takes about 15mins from the port of Coron to get there. Upon arrival, you have to take a hike on a mountain trail to get to the lake.. It may be a little steep for some but the climb is worth it :)