The long road to Calauit and back

A month ago, we found ourselves in our longest traveling day yet, where every single minute felt like a long grueling hour, and a supposedly two-hour road trip stretched to five and a half.

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When the map says ‘NO DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO BULUANG’, what would you do?
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Captivated by Coron

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One word: paradise. Coron in Busuanga Island is nothing short of beautiful. Crystal clear waters on lakes and beaches, marine life bursting with color, rugged vistas inland that are difficult to navigate, plus giraffes and zebras and wild boars who know how to open faucets—Coron has them all.
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Life’s a Beach Part 2: Coron

To experience all the goodness of Coron, you have to get wet, because all the action happens underneath.

An island north of mainland Palawan, Coron is a known shipwreck diving site. Diving enthusiasts rave over the World War II shipwrecks underneath its waters, but its rich marine life—one of the most diverse in the Philippines—gives inexperienced swimmers a chance at a blockbuster underwater experience all the same.

Coron, Palawan, Philippines | Two2Travel.com

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