Don Pedro Street, Barangay 2, Coron, Palawan, Philippines

Jazmine's Place

Jazmine's Place is a charming and modernly styled hotel, strategically located in the midst of Coron town. The hotel boasts its fourteen rooms and suites set in a relaxing intimate ambiance. Ideal choice for those who want a quiet and relaxing haven close to all key destinations. Discover and experience the breathtaking natural beauty and diversity of Coron at Jazmine's Place.

About Coron

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 of Coron Island 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. Fishing and tourism, being a popular diving spot, are the main means of living.

To get around, tricycles 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 and numerous restaurants and bake shops around town. You can either travel by plane into Busuanga from Manila and Cebu through domestic airlines.

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Activities

Trekking

Mount Tapyas - offers one of the most spectacular view of Coron Islands, so it's highly recommended to go up this mountain if ever you are to visit Coron. It's best to climb it early morning to see the sunrise, or before night falls to see the sun setting on Coron Bay. After some 700+ steps to the top, you will be treated with a breathtaking panoramic view of some of the islands and the surrounding mountains.

Island Hopping

Malcapuya Island - the virgin beach of Malcapuya Island & snorkel to your heart's content. It is a slice of paradise found only in Coron, Palawan. This island has some of the best white sand beaches in the whole Calamianes but is considered quite distant from the gateways and Tourist Service Center. Among the islands,

Malcapuya Island has the better attributes because of a longer white sand beach on its southern shore, a narrower beach on its western side, and another shoreline on its northern side.

Banana Island - can already be seen from Malcapuya Island. It is approximately 60 minutes boat ride to get to the island. It was named Banana Island because the aerial view of the island looks like a banana fruit during low tide.

Banol Beach - is just one of the many white sand beaches you can find on the island of Coron, Palawan. It is a small, cozy beach with two small huts which you can rent from the local folk.

Twin Lagoon - is divided by limestone wall and is connected by a small and narrow opening. The inner lagoon is only visible and can only be accessed during low tide. One must have a diving skill to get to the inner lagoon during high tide.

Snorkelling

Kayangan Lake - which is located at Coron Island, Northern Palawan is said to be the cleanest lake in the Philippines. Sometimes called the Blue Lagoon, this freshwater lagoon is amidst sheer limestone cliffs. This beautiful picture-perfect scenery can be seen after a walk up a mountain trail.

Barracuda Lake - has amazing underwater rock formations. It is a freshwater lake taking place in a former crater. It is about 40m deep and surrounded by sharp limestone cliffs.

Skeleton Wreck - a popular Snorkelling spot in Coron Bay. It is also possible to scuba dive this small 25m long Shipwreck. The reef is also really nice with a teeming reef life giving good visibility of various marine lifeforms.

Coron Island Palawan surely lives up to a traveler's fantasy being a picturesque paradise with a wide array of activities you can indulge. Don't forget to bring sunscreen, comfortable clothes, swimming or scuba gear, camera and spare cash.