3D2N CORON TOUR

3D2N CORON package

code- SD05

High end hotels

(Hotel + Airport Transfers)

Travel Period: Until Dec 15, 2021 (except Festivals, Christmas Season, Chinese New Year and Holyweek)

 

Hotel Name and Location Category Travel Dates Published Rates per person
3D2N Package Extra Night
Quad Triple Twin Quad Triple  Twin
Acacia  Garden Inn 3-star Until Dec 2021 2,800 3,000 3,200 1,200 1,300 1,400
Sunz En Coron Resort 3-star Until Dec 2021 3,700 3,700 3,800 1,750 1,750 1,850
Coron Westown Resort 3-star Until Dec 2021 3,650 3,700 3,950 1,600 1,700 2,000
Vienna Hotel Coron 3-star Until June 2021 3,350 3,100 1,450 1,300
El Rio Y Mar 4-star Until Dec 2021 4,450 4,699 5,160 2,250 2,350 2,600

Super Peak Season

(min of  3nights stay)

6,499 6,850 7,599  3,299 3,450 3,799
Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel 4-star Until Dec 2021  6,800 7,300 9,000 3,699 3,999 4,450
Super Peak Season  7,699 8,599 10,199 4,100 5,000 5,399

Club Paradise 

(until Mar 2021 only)

4-star Jan-Feb 2021 10,399 10,999 12,300 5,199 5,499 6,150
Mar– Dec 2021 10,850 11,699 13,350 5,500 6,100 6,999

New year

Chinese New year

Holy week/Easter

Christmas

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA
Two Seasons Coron Island Resort and Spa 5-star Until Dec 2021 14,999 17,899 20,799 7,499 8,950 10,399
Super Peak Season 16,199 19,499 23,250 8,100 9,799 11,650
  Child with bed (w/ bfast) same as adult same as adult
 
OTHER HOTELS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR QUOTATION

 

Inclusions: 

  • 3D2N Hotel Accommodation with daily breakfast
  • Round trip Land and Boat Transfers (Busuanga Airport – Hotel – Busuanga Airport)

 

Important Note: room rate is based on cheapest room category hotel check-in is 2:00pm and check-out is 12:00pm


Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrival at Busuanga Airport, meet by tour coordinator then transfer to hotel for check-in

Day 2: Breakfast, free time or join optional tours

Day 3: Breakfast, hotel check-out, and then transfer back to Busuanga Airport

 

OPTIONAL TOURS (ALL PRIVATE)
TOURS / ITINERARY 9-10PAX 6-8PAX  4-5PAX 2-3PAX 1PAX

Coron Town Tour: (04:00PM-08:00PM) 

Souvenir Shop, Lualhati Park, Trekking Mt. Tapyas, Cashew Shop, Maquinit Hotspring

1,000 1,200 1,400 2,000 3,200
Coron Island Escapade Tour (9:00am-5:00pm) Malcapuya Island, Banana Island and Bulog Dos Island    1,900 2,200 2,600 3,900 6,250
Reef and Wrecks (9:00am-5:00pm) – Pass Island, East Tangat Wreck, Lusong Coral Garden, Lusong Gunboat 1,900 2,200 2,600 3,900 6,250
Coron Ultimate Tour: (9:00am-5:00pm) Kayangan Lake, CYC Beach,Twin Lagoon, Siete Picados, Las Islas de Coral, Skeleton Wreck, Sunset Beach 2,000 2,300 2,400 3,300 4,800
Calauit Safari Tour (6:00am-5:00pm) – Calauit Safari Tours, Busuanga Town Proper , Ocam ocam Beach 3,100 3,300 4,100 6,800 11,600

 

ALL RATES ARE STILL SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE

Booking Procedures:

  1. Kindly complete the information below and send us message or email to mjtravelbuddy@gmail.com to reserve your booking.
    >How many pax: eg. 4 pax 
    >Preferred hotel: Boracay Travelodge
    >Room type: Quad sharing x 1
    >No of adults and child: eg. 2 adults and 2 children>Travel dates:  Oct 23-25, 2019                                                                                                                                                                             >Flight details (estimated time of arrival and estimated time of departure): ETA is 7:05am via Cebgo6041 and ETD is 1:40pm via Cebgo6052    

2. Package can be reserved for 1 day. It is advisable to book 1 month prior to travel date. Once reserved, you may settle your payment to MJTB bank accounts. 

3.After payment, immediately forward the PROOF OF PAYMENT or the DEPOSIT SLIP for verification.                                                                                                                         

4. After verification, we will finalize your booking. Your tour voucher or booking confirmation will be sent within 2 working days. 

 BDO Savings Account

Account Name: MJTB Travel and Tours Services

Account Number: 004430456804

Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Branch: 443 Quezon Ave. San Fernando, La Union Philippines

 

Ilands and Tourist Spots 

Coron Town Tour

Souvenir Shop – they’re selling a variety of items from edible to non-edible. Yes, it is a one-stop shop wherein all the goodies that Coron has were gathered and displayed such as shirts, native bags, shells, wood carvings, ref magnets and many more.

Lualhati Park – This park is a quiet place near the bay where you can just sit down and relax. There is also a zipline in the area. It is basically just a park where you can do some photo-ops

Mount Tapyas  – in Coron Palawan 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, we were treated with a breathtaking panoramic view of some of the islands and the surrounding mountains.

Cashew Shop – Visit Cashew harvest and learn how they take the cashew nuts from its cover, how they cook and preserve the delicacy as souvenir item  

Maquinit Hotspring – People usually head to Maquinit after a tiring climb from Mount Tapyas due to the hotspring’s relaxing hot water.

There are also mangroves at the back of the place where you can do some photo-ops. It is also where the water from the hot spring continually flows.  For some reasons, the water of the hot spring is also slightly salty.

The hot water of Maquinit Hotspring really relaxes tired muscles and it really is a good way to end a tiring day from all the activities in Coron.

Municipal Hall – officially the Municipality of Coron, is a 1st class municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 51,803 people.

The municipality is home to the Coron Island Natural Biotic Area, which is listed in the natural category of the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List.

Coron Islands

CYC Beach – One of the beach destinations for the tour is the CYC (Coron Youth Club) Beach. CYC means “Coron Youth Club.” One interesting fact about this place is that it is the only beach without an entrance fee. It has a longer stretch compared to Banol Beach, which makes it the better pick when it comes to swimming. The beach has a picturesque view, decorated by rock formations, mangrove trees, and powdery white sand perfect for sunbathing. It is also the place where tourists just lay on the sand under the sun, especially if they would like to get a tan.

Coral Garden – Have close encounters with a diversity of marine life at Coral Garden. Swim in the crystal clear waters, or scuba dive or snorkel to see what lies underneath. Sea turtles might swim around you, as well as clown fish and other species.

Atwayan Beach – Like Vivian Beach, Atuayan Beach is also one of the private beaches that is used for picnic during tours

Hidden Lagoon – Just a ten to fifteen minute boat ride from the Kayangan Lake is the Hidden Lagoon. During high tide, the only way to get there is to trek up and down the improvised “stairs” embedded in the rocks. However, during low tide, a small opening appears just below the stairs allowing easy passage through the Hidden Lagoon. The dark turquoise water in the lagoon is an indication of how deep the water is so wearing a life vest is a must. The amazing thing in this lagoon is not what one can see but what one can feel. The hidden lagoon is a combination of saltwater and freshwater, making the temperature a mixture of warm and cool, something that can rarely be felt in other bodies of water.

Kayangan Lake – Considered one of the cleanest lakes in Asia, Kayangan Lake remains an ideal spot for photography and relaxing in a soothing natural environment.

Barracuda Lake – Known for its layered water, Barracuda Lake represents one of the island’s most popular attractions, especially among scuba divers. To access the lake, you must climb a limestone wall for about 15 to 20 minutes. Divers like this site because it has freshwater, saltwater, and brackish water. If you dive here, you will also notice that the temperature of the water changes quite abruptly as you move through it, getting as warm as 38 C (100 F) at times.

Smith Beach – Smith Island is a perfect place to take a break and have lunch during your island hopping tour. In a nipa hut, with limestone cliffs in the background, stunning view of white sands and blue seas before you, you can just enjoy the scenery and relax from the usual tourist activities.

Skeleton Wreck – The seabed of Coron is also famous for being the graveyard of some shipwrecks dating back from the World War II. Among these sunken warships, the skeleton wreck is the most easy to reach. It’s located just a hundred meters from the shores of Atwayan Beach so some people, especially strong swimmers, opt to just swim from the coastline. The best time to see the shipwreck is during low tide when the wreck is so near the surface of the water that the feet can easily touch the edge of the ship..

Twin Lagoon – Adventure awaits you in the clear blue waters of Twin Lagoon, a popular site for swimming, kayaking, and snorkeling. This attraction is actually two bodies of water. The larger can be accessed by boat, but visitors must cross over to the smaller pool via swimming or rafting during low tides or diving and climbing a ladder when the tides are high.

 

Malcapuya Island – it has a beautiful shoreline, powdery white sand, and spectacular blue-green waters comparable to those in Boracay. The one thing that sets it apart is the serenity and privacy that the island offers. Unlike the noisy shoreline of Boracay, Malcapuya is a virgin island with no resorts in place. It’s a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Not a lot of people get to visit this place since it’s a one to two hour boat ride from the town proper that involves bracing through rough waters and an open sea. But the long boat ride is all worth it once the beautiful island shows itself. What’s great is that camping overnight is allowed here, giving tourists more time to enjoy the pristine beach.

Banana Island – Consumed our buffet style lunch at this very photogenic island.

Bulog Dos Island – First stop on Island Escapade Tour, A bright shinny day.

 

Malcapuya Island – it has a beautiful shoreline, powdery white sand, and spectacular blue-green waters comparable to those in Boracay. The one thing that sets it apart is the serenity and privacy that the island offers. Unlike the noisy shoreline of Boracay, Malcapuya is a virgin island with no resorts in place. It’s a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Not a lot of people get to visit this place since it’s a one to two hour boat ride from the town proper that involves bracing through rough waters and an open sea. But the long boat ride is all worth it once the beautiful island shows itself. What’s great is that camping overnight is allowed here, giving tourists more time to enjoy the pristine beach.

 

Siete Picados – No other spot in Coron has a marine life as diverse and plentiful as that in Siete Pecados. The area, surrounded by seven rock formations, can be reached through a fifteen to twenty minute boat ride from the town proper. Snorkeling gears are a must-bring here so as to fully enjoy swimming with the school of multi-colored fishes. And to capture the beautiful marine environment below, an underwater camera may come in handy.

Skeleton Wreck – The seabed of Coron is also famous for being the graveyard of some shipwrecks dating back from the World War II. Among these sunken warships, the skeleton wreck is the most easy to reach. It’s located just a hundred meters from the shores of Atwayan Beach so some people, especially strong swimmers, opt to just swim from the coastline. The best time to see the shipwreck is during low tide when the wreck is so near the surface of the water that the feet can easily touch the edge of the ship..

Twin Lagoon– Adventure awaits you in the clear blue waters of Twin Lagoon, a popular site for swimming, kayaking, and snorkeling. This attraction is actually two bodies of water. The larger can be accessed by boat, but visitors must cross over to the smaller pool via swimming or rafting during low tides or diving and climbing a ladder when the tides are high.

 

Calauit Sanctuary, North Cay Island, Malbato Church, Pamalican Island. Calauit Safari Park is a game reserve and wildlife sanctuary located in Calauit Island, a 3,700 hectare island in the Calamian Islandschain that lies off the coast of Palawan in the MIMAROPA region of the Philippines. It is known for its wildlife sanctuary with a substantial population of African animals, including giraffes, zebras, and antelopes, as well as local fauna that all roam freely in a game reserve created by former President Ferdinand Marcos in the 1970s.

It earned the nickname “Bongbong’s Safari Park” after Marcos’s son Bongbong flew in twice to hunt wild boar. For many, the sanctuary became a symbol of the Marcoses’ extravagant dictatorship

 

Pass Island – a beautifully serene island, surrounded by crystal clear water and powdery white sandy beach which could rival Boracay’s White Beach. Here you can relax and enjoy the serenity, swim or snorkel alongside an impressive chunk of Protected Reef, teeming with life.  

East Tangat Wreck – Indulge with an amazing underwater scenery, enjoy the view of a sunken ship and admire the fascinating display of marine life swimming through the clear waters.

Lusong Coral Garden – is home to an abundance of fish, coral and marine life, all of which can be viewed just whilst snorkeling.  Some avid snorkelers claim that Sangat’s Coral Garden is the best snorkeling site in Coron, with more amazing, colourful Corals than there are fish.

Lusong Gunboat – is located close to Sangat Coral Garden, and is one of the twelve World War II Japanese Supply Ships that had been anchored in Coron Bay, when US Navy launched a massive airstrike. This ship sank to a depth of just 10 meters and is lying on its side.  It can easily be viewed by snorkeling alone and is now home to corals and marine life. 

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