Busuanga Sights and Landmarks Guide, Philippines
If ultimate island adventure and tropical jungle discovery is what you seek for, you don’t have to travel farther than the Northern part of Palawan. Busuanga has everything prepared for you.
When in Busuanga, your island hopping experience is ceaseless. A motorized boat ride must be fun. You can figure out the mysterious Spanish wall prints inside the three caves of Black Island with mini-pool and a 150-feet tall black rock. Your next sail is toward the Pamalican Island to discover the richness of marine life and abundance of coral reefs down under. It’s one of the best places to go for a swim, or go snorkeling and diving especially during summer.
Filled with white-sand beaches and coconut groves, Las Jamacas Beach Resort is another captivating site to be in. You might also want to spot more of nature’s jewels at the Calumbuyan Island and Treasure Island where silica sand sparkling white beaches are nothing but spectacular. More islands to catch are West Nalaut Island ideal for simply beach combing or scuba diving and Maltatayoc Island where you might want to stay overnight in any of its beautiful cottages. Nagtenga Island, Pagbinit Island, Chinibayan Island and Dibutunay Island are also awe-inspiring like the other islands. Indeed, islands are plentiful so that a weeklong vacation won’t be ample to see them all.
Being the largest island in northern Palawan, Busuanga also hums about Concepcion Falls. A short trek will take you to the site where you can go for a short swim. If you still have enough energy for hiking, you can head right away to Mt. Tapyas in Busuanga’s main town, Coron. Here, you will see a breathtaking sight of the sunset at 4 o’ clock in the afternoon. The wonders of Barracuda Lake, Kayangan Lake, Twin Lagoon, CYC Island, Banoc and Beach 69 are also a must-see when in Coron.
By the way, wreck diving is famous in Busuanga. Some World War II Japanese ships will make it possible for amateur and veteran divers. The only Filipino-owned diving center, Coron Divers can teach you the basics. You might also get Discovery Bar’s services for brief camping on a deserted island for you. It would also be interesting to try aquarium swimming and fish-feeding at Siete Pecados. If you’re up to see some African species of animals, head to Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary.
An island-to-island visit is extraordinary indeed. You won’t run out of islands to go to. It’s limitless nature escapade that awaits you. Bon voyage in your trip to Busuanga.
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