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Coron, Palawan is the Other Boracay

Palawan is worldly known with its Puerto Princesa Subterranean River as it is listed one of UNESCO's World Heritage Site and close to becoming the "New Seven Wonders of Nature". It is also known as St. Paul Underground River which attracts more and more tourists every time.

But wait there's more...

There are a lot of beautiful islands in Palawan that you can visit and one of them is Coron.

Coron as spelled up on a hill like the infamous Hollywood Sign.

When you are on your way to island hopping, just gaze around and you will see a lot of islands with hidden beauty like this.

This is Mini-Boracay, a mini island version of Boracay. It is privately owned but we were told about how beautiful it is to compare to the no. 1 tourist spot in the Philippines, Boracay.

Banana Island

Spell A-W-E-S-O-M-E-N-E-S-S.

After about one and a half hour travelling via boat away from Coron Port, you will surely greet this paradise with a smile.

The place is noticeably clean. The waters, sand and just anywhere, you will see no dirt or unpleasing to your eyes.

No need to wear goggles under the sea as it is crystal clear and not irritating to the eye.

But of course, you have to have a water-proof camera to capture these sweet creatures under the sea.

I definitely love it here. White and fine sands that could give Boracay a run for its money as they would say.

Malcapuya Island

Just across Banana Island is Malcapuya Island, it is about 15 minutes away. Though I like more of Banana Island, Malcapuya is just equally worth a visit too.

This island adventure is totally excellent. All expenses from the boat, entrance fees, food and merienda was part of our Darayonan Ultimate 4d3n Package.


Diamond R said...

I don't know but i never been in Boracay or Coron just looking at the picture for me to be honest Coron si much beautiful than Boracay.
I will visit this first and next Boracay

Diamond R said...

added you in blog roll para madaling ma update sa bgo mong post. add me here too para masaya

ardee sean said...

@Diamond R: ei thanks for visiting. Coron is really AWESOME. Though there's no party and nightlife compared to Boracay as I know it, Coron is still a treasure we have yet to preserved. :P

No worries, links would come a bit. still fixing this new theme.. :P

Diamond R said...

andoon ka sa blog roll ardee sean

Boracay Resorts said...

is it boracay near in coron, palawan?

thepinaysolobackpacker said...

hvnt been to Coron ang tagal ko na gusto puntahan kaso mahal mag-isa jan. d kame natutuloy asar. hehe
very informative post here RD. kakainggit dame mu nalibot!

ardee sean said...

@Boracay Resorts: yup you can say that.. nasa northeast tip ng palawan yung Coron, Boracay is a boat away on the other side.. :P

ardee sean said...

@thepinaysolobackpacker: ms gael, wala naman yung napuntahan ko sa inyo.. idol pa rin kita.. hehe nywayz, sana matuloy ka na rin dito. :) tanx sa pagbisita..

Malditang "Kura"cha said...

Namiss ko talaga ang coron. Babalik ako sa august mag isa. Marami nagtatanong bakit daw uulitin ko pa... For those who'd been there like us, hindi ko na kailangan mag explain ayt? Super ganda na parang gusto mo ng tumira. Great pix! salamat nga pala sa dalaw. hahah! (preso?)

ardee sean said...

@Malditang "Kura"cha: huwaw.. lonely table just for you.. bat magisa :P ako gusto ko rin bumalik talaga pero kasama na SIYA.. haha meganun