The ultimate dream and top dive destination, the island of Palawan has received several awards, including ‘Best Island in the World’ by Travel + Leisure magazine. .
Travelers can fly to Coron from Cebu, Kalibo, Caticlan, Clark, El Nido and Manila. together with Ferries direct from Mindoro and Manila and connections between Cuyo islands (from Ilioilo), Puerto Princessa and El Nido. keep checking back as we constantly up date the website with the latest travel news.
Coron is a top dive destination. Probably overall the best in the Philippines. The island boasts many great places to dive, with over 50 top dive sites around Coron and neighboring islands, Coron diving has quite a lot to offer in such a small area . There are plenty of dives to choose from including several ranked in the Philippines top ten dives. For both novice and experienced diver, there is some fabulous diving including coral gardens, walls, drift and world class wrecks in this top dive destination.
Coron is the Philppines Top Dive Destination
What makes a top dive destination? well when diving in Coron the special combination of world-class wreck dives, small island feel, choice of accommodation, nightlife, atmosphere, and a variety of great dive sites. Many of Coron dives are only a short boat ride away from each other and there is something for every level and every season. Some dive sites, and wrecks are only for the advanced diver, but Corons’s diving offers plenty of easier dive sites that are well suited for beginners and training dives.
There is no best time to dive Coron, although between October and June, most dive sites are accessible and weather conditions are most favorable. But that doesn’t mean the diving stops, from June to September, This is actually the time when we have the warmest and clearest water and some great diving. Occasionally during these months on the western side of the Island the Habagat wind can make the sea conditions a little rough but there are plenty of dive sites to the east of Coron that make for more sheltered dives for the very few days of the year the weather affects us.
Water temperatures range between 26 degrees Celsius in February to 30 degrees between May and September. The visibility can be excellent in the months of April to September, 30 meters plus, and a little poor, down to 12 to 20 meters, around December to February.