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Club Paradise Resort

Coron, Palawan, Philippines
| +63 2 719 6971
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Island Oasis Coron  Philippines
she sells sea shells Coron  Philippines
Sponges Coron  Philippines
Bliss Coron  Philippines
Castaway Coron  Philippines
Island Oasis Coron  Philippines

she sells sea shells

Discovering shells on the beach made me realize that I'm just another tiny puzzle piece in the universe.

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AFAR Local Expert
over 4 years ago

Bliss

The Philippines, Indonesia's northern neighbor, offers just as many unspoiled tropical beaches—most within a half hour flight from Manila for less than $50 USD round-trip. We discovered our own oasis at Club Paradise, a resort located in the upper province of Palawan, where only a few other guests were staying during the off-season.

Nothing was more serene than stepping out of our cabana in the morning to be greeted with stunning views of the turquoise sea and purple mountains without a soul in sight.
AFAR Local Expert
over 4 years ago

Sponges

Sponges, coral and creatures lie on the sea bed off the coast of Coron in the Philippines.
AFAR Local Expert
over 4 years ago

Island Oasis

The Palawan archipelago in the Philippines is a tropical paradise known for its natural beauty and limestone cliffs. One of my favorite experiences was the afternoon we hired a banka to explore the northern part of the province.

After visiting some great snorkeling reefs, we passed a tiny, deserted island called Isla Walang Lang-aw. My husband and I asked our guide if it was possible to visit it. He smiled and nodded as he passed us a pair of snorkels and fins. We excitedly swam ashore pretending to be castaways. We spent the next half hour alone on the island island, exploring its rocky cove and lounging on the beach to take in the fantastic views of the neighboring islands.
AFAR Local Expert
over 4 years ago

Castaway

After a morning snorkeling tour in northern Palawan, our boat passed a tiny, deserted island called Isla Walang Lang-aw. My husband and I asked our guide if it was possible to explore it. He smiled and nodded as he passed our snorkels and fins. We excitedly swam ashore and spent the next half hour alone on our island oasis, exploring its secret cave and playing on the beach.