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Smith Beach: Our most recommended tours and activities

Coron: Barracuda Lake, Skeleton Wreck, Twin Lagoon Boat Tour

1. Coron: Barracuda Lake, Skeleton Wreck, Twin Lagoon Boat Tour

With an early morning pickup, head out to the port and jump on the banca boat with your snorkel mask. You'll visit 5 popular destinations and the first is Skeleton Wreck, a popular snorkeling and diving site. It is a WWII-era Japanese ship which was sunk by the allied forces. The ship rests just 5 meters below the surface, so it's easy to enjoy this magnificent stop.  The next stop is Barracuda Lake where the water is a combination of saltwater and freshwater. Take a dip into its deep emerald water, cool on the top and warm like a hot spring on the bottom.  Enjoy a Philippines-style lunch buffet prepared by the boat crew at a popular sunbathing spot, Smith Beach. Snorkel at Reef Garden to see various marine animals and do not forget to take a snapshot of yourself with the beautiful view at Twin Lagoon. You will be back in Coron downtown around approximately 4:30 PM.

Coron Private Tour B: Barracuda Lake and Smith Beach

2. Coron Private Tour B: Barracuda Lake and Smith Beach

Spend the day swimming, snorkeling, and soaking up the sun as you visit places like Barracuda Lake, Twin Lagoon, Skeleton Wreck, Reef Garden, and much more. You'll begin your tour with a visit to Barracuda Lake, a gorgeous lake surrounded by sturdy trees and a popular spot for many divers because of its dramatic temperature shifts. Strong shoes are recommended for this tour as the path to the lake itself can be difficult, but you'll be rewarded with a fun dip in the lake's crystal clear waters. This is followed by a stop at Skeleton Wreck, a sunken warship, where you can enjoy swimming with colorful fishes and maybe even touch the edge of the ship if the tide gets low enough! DESTINATIONS: • Barracuda Lake • Smith Beach • Skeleton Wreck • Twin Lagoon • Reef Garden

Coron Island Tour with Barracuda lake and Twin Lagoon

3. Coron Island Tour with Barracuda lake and Twin Lagoon

Today you will discover the beauty of Coron Island beginning with the magnificent rock formation and towering million years of limestone. Visit the most unique island destination, crystal clear water, powdery white sand beaches, enchanted lakes, sunken old shipwrecks, beautiful fishes, and different corals in the coral gardens. The itinerary begins at: Barracuda Lake- feels like a dream world. The entrance to the lake leads you along a path that winds through jagged rocks that look straight out of a movie before they reveal the beautiful, expansive Barracuda Lake. The lake is huge but swimmers enjoy an enclosed area of free-diving paradise in the deep waters. Underwater cliffs will blow your mind as you snorkel or free dive in this fresh-water lake in Coron Island. Smith Beach -, Smith Point Beach is the runner-up for the best tropical dining spot in Palawan. At this tiny island, beachgoers can fill their tummies with the freshest seafood in town! Skeleton Wreck -is a small fishing boat located at Coron Island. The wreck lies on a slant and starts at 4 meters. Most of the boat has weathered away leaving the ribs, hence the name skeleton wreck. Skeleton is a small open wreck, and suitable for beginners. There is a lot of macro life hiding here if you have a good eye. Because of its shallow depth, Skeleton Wreck is also popular with snorkelers. Twin Lagoon- The twin lagoons are where the warm water from the open sea meets the pure water from the subterranean river. You'll feel the warm seawater on your skin as you step off the boat, and as you travel further into the lagoon, when clean water runs, you'll feel it becoming cooler. Reef Garden - sanctuary area is a bit deep, but it has a very beautiful underwater environment with a variety of corals and tropical fishes. It is not a common opportunity to visit the beautiful island and have fun activities with family, loved ones, or friends.

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