The Philippines is one of the most marine diverse countries in the world. Island hop around the islands in Northern Palawan, snorkeling sunken shipwrecks, reefs, and coral gardens.
- Knowledge that Tagbanua culture is defined by water, a product of Coron’s largely uninhabitable limestone kast topography.
Paddle and explore the Calamian Islands with your own sea kayak at your own pace, but with the assurance of professional support that leaves no guess-work.
A week-long sea kayaking adventure that will take you across the coastline of Busuanga, visiting the three limestone giants, Black Island, Sangat, and Coron.
Experience the whole of Coron, from its tourist highlights to its remote beaches and lagoons. Meet the local Tagbanua tribespeople and talk about their ways and culture.
Explore the highlights of northern Palawan on a 5 day El Nido-Coron expedition, cruising, kayaking, snorkeling & camping the islands between these two dream destinations. Expedition runs from El Nido to Coron town (5 days) or from El Nido to Palawan SandCastles Busuanga (7 days) or from Coron town to El Nido (5 days) or from Palawan SandCastles Busuanga to El Nido (7 days).
A trip into the wilds of Northern Busuanga to find Dugong, visit giraffe at Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary, explore an island cave, and paddle through a winding mangrove estuary. Plus, much much more
Explore northern Busuanga on a 2-day activity-packed Calauit Safari that takes you from kayaking crystal clear seas to hiking inland waterfalls.
Sail the Calamian, home to the seafaring Tagbanua and Kagayanen, and paddle the waters like natives: This is a sailing and sea kayak expedition with a distinct indigenous flavour.
A sea kayaking expedition like no other, the 11-day Ultimate Palawan Paddle between Coron and El Nido explores Jacques Cousteau's "Last Frontier".