Coron Palawan is a must-visit place in the Philippines. It's a haven for divers all over the world with its famous World War II underwater shipwrecks surrounded with magnificent coral reefs making it as one of the best dive spots in the world. For beach bum who wants to get their sun kissed tan, the powder white sand beaches and untamed islands of Coron is something you cannot resist. Its crystal blue water is ideal for swimming, snorkeling, diving and deep-sea fishing.
Coron is the largest town in the island of Busuanga in the province of Palawan, Philippines. It covers part of Busuanga Island including all the nearby Coron Island. The municipality has a population of 42,941 people according to the 2010 census. Fishing and tourism, being a popular diving spot and Island Hopping are the main means of living. To get around, tricycles or van are everywhere downtown and there are also motorcycles available for rent. If you're looking for something to eat then head to Coron Market, Market Pier you'll also find popular coron cashew nuts and marinated danggit called "lamayo" being sold, few bake shops and restaurants around town which is all a walking distance from Sea Coral Lodge. Going to Coron will only take 45 minutes travel by plane into Busuanga from Manila and Cebu through domestic airlines or you may also travel by ferry to get to Coron.