I was bewitched when I first saw the picture-perfect of Bulog Dos Island in Coron, Palawanas shared by a fellow blogger. Immersing in its crystal-clear water in solitude would definitely mean, “a taste of paradise” for me. Island hopping to Bulog Dos, Banana Island, and Malcapuya Island is part of our much-awaited exhilarating Coron adventure.
Banana Island is also known as Dicalabuan Island. This is our second destination coming from the unspoiled and amazing Bulog Dos Island. What first greeted us were the colorful flags along the long stretch of creamy white and powdery sand. The island has a touch of little development because it has several nipa huts, picnic tables, and comfort rooms compared to Bulog Dos which was devoid of commercialism.
Banana Island has clean and clear water and lots of friendly little fish
I got up early to catch a photo of the much-awaited sunrise in Coron. Only to discover that there was a tall mountain obstructing the view. Whew! I went back to our room and prepared our things for our exciting Coron Island Loop Tour. Continue reading →
We were rejuvenated after an hour of rest from roaming around, buying souvenirs and food in Coron town. The sea view from the window of Birang Guest House to where we will stay for four days was so delightfully refreshing. By 4 pm, we were fetched by our tricycle service referred by Ate Viring, the owner of the Guest House. Off we will climb the iconic Mt. Tapyas and we will swim at Maquinit Hot Spring.
the spectacular view of Calamianes Group of Island as seen from the top