Coron Palawan is famous for its scuba diving, and there are a number of wrecks and coral reefs to explore. The scuba diving in Coron is suitable for all levels of divers. The shipwrecks in the area are atmospheric and full of marine life, providing a unique opportunity for wreck lovers to discover the dramatic history of the region.Source: https://www.facebook.com/SeaTribeCoron
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The best time to visit Coron for scuba diving is during the dry season from December to June, when you can expect favourable conditions. The waters are warm enough to dive in a 3mm wetsuit and you will be able to explore the wrecks without risk of decompression sickness. However, the wrecks are still worth visiting during the wet season from July to October.
For a more adventurous experience, consider taking part in free diving at Coron. With a little bit of training (2 days), you can dive underwater in Coron with just fins and a snorkel, rather than a breathing apparatus. There are a handful of preset island tours on offer, which include diving at some of the top sites around Coron.
The best way to reach Coron is by flying from Manila to Busuanga Island, the largest of the Calamian Islands in northern Palawan. The airport is a short taxi ride from the town of Coron, and there are regular flights from Manila to Busuanga. There are also daily ferries from Busuanga to El Nido for those looking to continue their Palawan adventure.