Coron is one of the most visited places in the Philippines. The main reason for going to Coron is the world-class island hopping possibilities. Coron is part of Palawan Island and offers an endless amount of jaw-dropping views, limestone formations, hidden lagoons and lakes with mixture salt and fresh water. But there are few places on Coron Island itself which worth the visit.
If we need to choose only one thing to do and place to go in the Philippines, it will be the Island Hopping in El Nido, Palawan. Get on the local boat and explore remoted paradise-like islands, stunning hidden lagoons and colourful underwater life. Or jump on the bike and discover pristine white sandy beaches with crystal clear water. Read more to find out how to get to El Nido Palawan!
The Philippines doesn’t consist just of remote islands, waterfalls filled with milky blue water and jaw-dropping limestone formations coming out of clear blue water. It offers hiking possibilities, diving spots, rice terraces and even one of the best surfing spots in the world!
In this article, we break down all the main Philippines information you need to know when travelling to the Philippines.
Are you thinking about your next holiday somewhere with crystal clear water, pristine white sandy beaches with palm trees leaning over? We might have found the perfect place for you. The Philippines has it all plus something extra. And even though it’s impossible to travel all 7641 Filipino islands in 3 weeks, we have created for you this Travel Guide to discover the best of the Philippines in 3 weeks.
Coming to Australia for us usually means WA road trip! During winter (April – October) we love to do road trips to the north from Perth to chase the warm weather and sun. Our favourite route to North West would be from Perth to Exmouth.
As we have done quite a lot of road trips in Western Australia, we figured out we will share with you some of our tips and hacks to pass our experiences on you and hopefully make your next road trip easier!