A tour around Coron and the other surrounding islands will take to beautiful isolated white sandy beaches, calm turquoise blue and green calm water, several volcanic lakes(considered the cleanest in the country) and lagoons, hot springs, black limestone cliffs and over 500 caves, and (12) WWII Japanese shipwrecks. The shipwrecks are considered the best dive sites in the world because some are located in shallow clear blue water that makes it possible for amateur swimmers to snorkel to see it. The marine environment is also a site to see: there are untouched, well-preserved coral reefs with plenty of fish thriving around.
Kayangan Lake is also a good place for kayaking and swimming.
In the town itself, you can go climb the 700 steps of Mount Tapyas and take an overview of the town of Coron and its surrounding islands. It is also best enjoyed with the sun setting to the west- a moment to remember forever!
Coron is also an excellent jump off point to the various sites such as Culion Island, Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary, the Black Island and many more.