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Coron: Private Beach Hopping to Malcapuya & Ditaytayan

1. Coron: Private Beach Hopping to Malcapuya & Ditaytayan

Admire the beautiful scenery of Malcapuya Island, Bulog Dos, and Ditaytayan on a guided private tour. Relax on secluded and tranquil beaches under the hot sun with convenient transportation by private speedboat. Depart from the port in Coron and travel in style to some of the most picturesque islands in the region. Journey between each scenic location at high speed on a speedboat perfect for a private excursion. Stop at the tiny Bulog Dos islet and admire the crystal clear waters that surround it. Continue to Malcapuya Island and spend some time on the white sand beaches as you admire the azure blue sea. Finally, stop on Ditaytayan Island where you can admire the vibrant colors of the coral reef. Return to Coron in the early evening after a full day of exploration. Enhance your experience by adding the private tour photographer as an add-on for unlimited shots, USB in soft copies, and drone shots included. All photos are enhanced for unbeatable memories and easier to share on your social media accounts.

Coron: Coastal Cliffs, Beach & Malcapuya Island Hopping Tour

2. Coron: Coastal Cliffs, Beach & Malcapuya Island Hopping Tour

Sail local style on a Philippine Banca boat to venture out to the most popular islands in Coron. Your all-inclusive tour provides of pickup and drop-off, a local lunch, and snorkeling gear so you can immerse yourself in a full day of island hopping. After pickup from your hotel and a quick safety briefing, you'll pick up your snorkeling gear before setting sail. Your first stop is Banana Island. Although you won't be able to spot bananas, a soft beach and lazy hammocks await you. The second stop is one of the most well-known island of Coron. Malcapuya Island has the best beach in Coron with stunning blue sky, emerald water, and white sand. Discover an even more colorful of amazing marine life underwater with your snorkeling gear. Last stop is Bulog Dos Island, famous for its more private atmosphere away from the crowds. Here you can take pictures, enjoy tanning, or go swimming. Finally, it's time for a local-style BBQ lunch with seafood and more amidst the stunning scenery, before you head back to your hotel.

Coron Private Tour C: Escapade Tour

3. Coron Private Tour C: Escapade Tour

Spend a day on the most beautiful ISLAND in Coron! Malcapuya Island is renowned throughout the region as one of the most singularly beautiful Islands in the Archipelago. With its Crystal clear blue waters and powdery white sands, it is the heavenly idyllic beach where you can kick back and relax. Get to visit also Banana Island and Bulog Dos Island. Destinations: • Malcapuya Island The picture-perfect southern beach has shallow waters of varying shades of aquamarine, turquoise, and emerald. This beach is perfect for swimming, although the growth of seagrass several meters from the shore might deter swimmers from looking for a nice, perfectly clean beach. Beyond the seagrass and not 100 meters from the shore is an extensive bed of corals containing a wide variety of colorful marine life including giant clams and a few species of clownfish. A pity since the western portion of the beach contains tall karst or limestone rock formations that would have made for excellent photo opportunities. • Banana Island Banana Island also known as Dicalabuan Island, is part of a group of three islands south of Busuanga. It is more excited about touring the island than taking a siesta. This beach isn’t as long and much of it was a mixture of small pebbles, corals, and sand. There is a curving stretch of fine, powdery, and blindingly white sand on the island’s northwestern corner, however, where a volleyball net had been set up. The water in front of the northern beach was clear but deeper. There’s a coral reef lying just off this beach. • Bulog Dos Island Bulog Dos is one of the many beautiful islands of the Calamianes. It is located close to the tip of Malaroyroy Peninsula at the northern end of Bulalacao, is an island located southwest of Coron Island and adjacent to Culion Island (Bulog Dos is actually closer to Culion than Coron). We were told that Malaroyroy Peninsula itself is no longer accessible to the public since the Two Seasons Resort on that location. One can easily see Two Seasons from Bulog Dos but you cannot go any further beyond a hill overlooking the resort. Bulog Dos itself looks more beautiful with its short stretch of white sandy beach, crystal-clear aquamarine waters, and a long snaking sandbar that connects it to Malaroyroy Peninsula and the rest of Bulalacao. Another wonderful discovery made in Bulog Dos is the presence of colorful corals and a variety of other marine life several meters off the beach and just beyond the layer of seagrass close to shore. The fishes here are not shy and would even swarm around you.

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What people are saying about Bulog Island

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The 3 islands are fantastically beautiful.. clear water for swimming and great beaches.. heavenly!