Coron Island Palwan is a wedge-shaped limestone island, and third largest island in the Calamian Islands in Philippines. It is about 170 nautical miles southeast of Manila & some of few its coastal areas being well covered by mangrove forests. The island is popular due to Japanese shipwrecks of World War II vintage. It is the part of large municipality of the same name, as it has almost over 30,000 inhabitants of 6,264 households. The island is consists of seven popular lakes, in which Kayangan Lake is nationally claimed cleanest lake in the Philippines. This area has number of islands with lovely white beaches and crystal clear blue water perfect for snorkeling deep sea, shipwreck diving, and fishing.
The Coron main industry is fishing & tourism and the aquatic scenes from the sunken Japanese warships off Coron Island are listed in Forbes Travelers Magazine top 10 best scuba diving sites in the world. Tourists can enjoy local fruits such as jackfruit, watermelon, mango, and seasonal coconut. For visitors lot of attraction & activities in Coron Philippines like, Mt. Tapyas Trek, Maquinit Hot Spring, Breathtaking Malcapuya Island, Culion, Siete Pecados, Barracuda Lake, Kayangan Lake, Twin Lagoon, CYC Island, Skeleton Wreck, Banol, Coron Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, and Jungle Treks.