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Malcapuya Beach: A Must-Visit in Coron, Palawan

Malcapuya Beach island hopping, Coron Palawan

I thought I’ve seen them all. Having traveled to so many beach resorts in the Philippines, they seem to look and feel the same. On our Coron Palawan trip, however, Malcapuya was a refreshing surprise. I run out of superlatives when describing Malcapuya Beach, and that’s no exaggeration. Should you go on a trip to Coron, Palawan, make Malcapuya Beach on the top of your list to visit. Continue reading Malcapuya Beach: A Must-Visit in Coron, Palawan

Coron Island Hopping Tour, Coron Palawan

Coron Palawan Island Hopping Tour - Siete Pecados

Coron Palawan trips are typically mostly island hopping tours simply because Coron is home to some of the world’s most gorgeous beaches and corals. Half the beauty of Coron is beneath the water’s surface. Coron Palawan is a treat to travelers who are into snorkeling, diving, and nature tripping. We joined an organized island hopping tour to explore the different islands of Coron on our first day on the island. Continue reading Coron Island Hopping Tour, Coron Palawan

Coron Do-It-Yourself Island Hopping Tour

Island hopping in Coron, Palawan

On our trip to Coron, Palawan, we tried two different ways of exploring the Calamianes group of islands. First, we joined an organized tour via a tour operator. We chose to book with Calamianes Expeditions & EcoTours since it seems to offer relatively cheap island hopping tours. On the next day, we decided to try a DIY (do-it-yourself) island hopping tour of Coron’s islands. Continue reading Coron Do-It-Yourself Island Hopping Tour

Island Hopping Via Honda Bay


Puerto Princesa, Palawan is popular for its gorgeous beaches, so one fun way to spend a day in Puerto Princesa is to board a boat from Honda Bay pier and hop from one island to another. Island hopping tours are available from tour operators, but tourists can also opt to hire tricycles to bring them to Honda Bay. Sometimes, the best tour guides are tricycle drivers. It’s best to start island hopping very early in the morning to see the sun rise from the horizon, and also to have more time exploring more islands. Continue reading Island Hopping Via Honda Bay