How do I get from Manila to Coron Island?

There is no direct connection from Manila to Coron Island. However, you can take the taxi to Partas Bus Station Pasay, take the bus and ferry to San Jose, Occidental Mindoro, take the taxi to San Jose, Mindoro, take the ferry to Coron, take the walk to Coron Boat Station, then take the ferry to Kayangan Lake.

How do I get from Manila to Coron?

You have to fly from Manila to Busuanga airport, Palawan. You can take Cebu Pacific Air, Zest Air or PAL Express. From Busuanga aiport, you take a jeepney for about one hour to reach Coron Town. The ride cost about P150 per person.

How long is the ferry ride from Manila to Coron?

Ferries going from Manila to Coron depart from Pier 4 of the North Harbour and arrive at Coron Pier. The journey takes 11 hours.

How do I get from Manila to Coron by ferry?

2Go Travel is the only ferry company that has a direct route from Manila to Coron. Board the vessel on the North Harbor Pier 4 in Tondo, Manila. Traffic in this part of the city can be intense, allot an extra hour or two to get to the port on time.

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Is Coron or El Nido better?

Overall, it’s a tough pick because they’re both amazing. El Nido has the best beaches and arguably the best island hopping, but Coron also has phenomenal island tours and much better snorkeling. If you have time, definitely try to visit both!

How many days do you need in Coron?

How many days should you spend in Coron? A 3 or 4-day visit to Coron will give you the opportunity to get a real sense of place, and enough time to see the best islands and beaches.

How long is the ferry from El Nido to Coron?

HOW TO GET FROM EL NIDO TO CORON. There are two ferries leaving daily from El Nido to Coron. One ferry takes 6 hours and the faster ferry takes 3-4 hours.

Is Coron worth visiting?

The lagoons in Coron are not part of an island hopping tour but more of a tour in Coron Island itself. The Twin Lagoons are connected to each other just by a small hole in the cliffs that you swim through. It’s a mesmerizing spot definitely worth a visit.

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