Aside form the enticing white beaches and the picturesque karst formations of massif continuously rising from the seas of Coron, Palawan, the magnificent world of live corals and underwater creatures is a must see in these wonder islands. Coron Island is seen like a “sleeping giant” when viewed atop of Mt. Tapyas in Coron town.
Coron has Siete Pecados, a goup of 7 islands that are proximately close with each surrounded with astounding coral sanctuary and variety of marine life, is one of our stop on the third day of our Coron adventure. With me are my (former) officemates including travel blogger, Marxtermind.
But what is more exciting for me is shipwreck diving at the Bahul Island on the north-western part of Coron Island. Few meters away from the bay of Bahul is the bow the submerge ship thus, a diving gear is not necessary. I am using my snorkeling goggles to take a view on this shallow sea wonder. Though you cannot see the entire structure of the sunken boat, the thrill of seeing the wreck is unequal with corals growing around the metal assembly.
You should not miss this place when you plan plan to visit Coron Island in Palawan. Other list on our itinerary will be released soon and probably, Marxtermind will give you lot of details about the adventure through his blog, marxtermind.com.