KokosNuss Garden Resort

Coron, Palawan, Philippines

Coron Island Tours

On our one-day island hopping tour to Coron Island, you will have an unforgettable and fulfilled day. The tour boats, built in the traditional Philippine style are specially designed for these “custom-tailored” trips.

Snorkeling, swimming, beaches, the enchanting “Kayangan Lake” and “Barracuda Lake”, beautiful hidden lagoons and bays – sometimes populated by the native “Tagbanua”-tribe of northern Palawan.

Coron Island with its´ seven lakes is renowned for its towering limestone cliffs and idyllic white beaches, crystal clear water, coral gardens, and tropical forests providing a unique, natural experience. Paths lead into the interiors´ fascinating volcanic “Kayangan Lake” and “Barracuda Lake”.

Here, Nature remains untouched. The Captain will bring you to the best spots with his outrigger boat (banka). Our selected and experienced captain/boatman will guide you!

Coron Island is a paradise for nature lovers, with its crystal-clear waters, hidden lagoons, and stunning rock formations. If you’re planning a trip to this beautiful island, here’s a guide to some of the best spots to visit.

  1. Kayangan Lake

Kayangan Lake is a must-visit spot in Coron Island. This picturesque lake is known for its crystal-clear waters, stunning rock formations, and hidden lagoon. To get to the lake, you’ll need to hike up a steep hill and climb down a few steps. But once you’re there, the view is breathtaking. Make sure to bring your snorkeling gear to explore the underwater beauty of the lake.

  1. Twin Lagoon

Twin Lagoon is another popular spot in Coron Island. It’s called “twin” because it’s actually two lagoons separated by a small rock formation. To get to the second lagoon, you’ll need to swim through a small opening under the rocks. The water in the lagoons is a mix of saltwater and freshwater, creating a unique swimming experience.

  1. Barracuda Lake

Barracuda Lake is a hidden gem in Coron Island. This lake is known for its crystal-clear waters, unique rock formations, and the thermocline that divides the cold and warm layers of water. The lake is also home to barracudas, which are known to swim near the surface. Make sure to bring your diving gear to explore the underwater beauty of the lake.

  1. Banol Beach

Banol Beach is a stunning beach in Coron Island. It’s known for its white sand, clear waters, and beautiful rock formations. You can rent a kayak or a paddleboard to explore the nearby coves and hidden beaches. Make sure to bring your snorkeling gear to see the colorful fish and corals near the shore.

  1. Skeleton Wreck

Skeleton Wreck is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving in Coron Island. It’s named after a World War II shipwreck that’s now covered in colorful corals and marine life. You can see schools of fish, sea turtles, and even reef sharks around the wreck. Make sure to bring your diving gear to explore the underwater beauty of the wreck.

  1. Coral Garden

Coral Garden is a must-visit spot for snorkeling in Coron Island. It’s located near the western part of the island and is known for its colorful corals and diverse marine life. You can see giant clams, sea anemones, and a variety of fish species around the coral garden. Make sure to bring your snorkeling gear and take your time exploring the underwater beauty of the area.

Coron Island is a true gem in the Philippines, with its stunning natural beauty and endless opportunities for adventure. Make sure to add these spots to your itinerary to fully appreciate the beauty of Coron Island, including the hidden gem of Barracuda Lake, the World War II-era Skeleton Wreck, and the colorful Coral Garden.


KokosNuss Garden Resort
National Road, Barangay 6
RP-5316 Coron, Palawan

+63-919-779 65 44
+63-919-448 78 79
+63-917-543 64 95



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