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Coron Kayak Day Trip

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Coron, Palawan Province, Philippines

  • Activities

    Adventure, Kayaking

  • Price
    $75 USD per person
  • Duration

    9 hours

  • Avg Distance

    15 kms

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)


  • Starting Location

    Stall 34, Market, Coron town

  • Price Includes

    Single or double kayak with paddle, PFD, nylon spray skirt, string hammock. Snacks, lunch, drinking water, a beer each. Entrance and park fees. Services of proficient & knowledgeable kayak guide.

  • Notes

    Bring sunscreen, hat, bug repellent, walking shoes that will get wet or strong sandals, swim wear, waterproof layer, dry clothes, educational giveaways like crayons for children.


  • You will paddle in sit-in sea kayaks through mangroves to Tagbanua Lagoon and on to Hear-a-Pin-Drop Lagoon, which are accessible only by sea kayak.
  • You will snorkel in Kayangan Lake and gaze down at the extraordinarily picturesque view of the lagoon below – arguably Philippine tourism’s most photographed natural scene.
  • Drop paddle at beaches near Banol Point, snorkel Skeleton Wreck with its plethora of fish and penetrate Twin Lagoon with its sand bottom - a great swim.
  • You'll enter caves like May Nunu Cave and at low tide you'll get lost in time paddling below the undercut limestone cliffs of Coron Island.
  • Enjoy great food prepared and served by your guide. Water included. Trip finishes with beer.

Trip Info

Escape the tourist trap and fall in love with the serenity, beauty and majesty of Coron Island the tribal way – by skimming across glassy tropical waters in a true sea kayak. In doing so, you will glide into the nooks and crannies of an environment that is in The National Geographic’s top ten list of places to visit on the planet. There’s no better way to experience Coron than by paddling as the native Tagbanua, who own Coron Island, do. Don’t skimp by paddling the 15 km circuit of the northwest coast in anything other than a sit-in sea kayak that can do the distance in a day with ease.

Kayak through areas only accessible by Kayak, such as Tagbanua and Hear-A-Pin-Drop Lagoon. Snorkel in the crystal clear waters Kayangan Lake and Skeleton Wreck. Explore May Nunu Cave and get lost in time while kayaking below the undercut limestone cliffs. Embrace the beautiful nature and wilderness that surrounds you!

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