TAG Resort

THE CORON EXPERIENCE

Let TAG Resort be your gateway to thrilling Coron experiences. Bask under the sun on picturesque beaches, embark on awe-inspiring adventures, and marvel at the stunning natural scenery. From breathtaking landscapes and seascapes to exhilarating adventures, TAG Resort is your perfect starting point for unforgettable moments in Coron. Join us and let the adventure begin!

Kayangan Lake

Kayangan Lake

The iconic natural landmark of Coron, Palawan, Kayangan Lake is a stunning freshwater lake perched 75m above sea level on Coron Island. Climb up the view deck and be rewarded with a postcard-perfect view of the lake and its surrounding limestone karsts. Then trek down and take a dip in its crystal clear waters, ideal for snorkeling with an abundance of coral reefs, underwater rock formations and aquatic life.

Twin Lagoons

Twin Lagoons

The Twin Lagoons are two identical bodies of water separated by limetsone cliffs. Here, warm water from the open sea mixes with the pure water from the subterranean river resulting in a phenomenon called Thermocline, with the temperature of the water constantly shifting between warm and cold.

Beach 91

Beach 91

Powdery white sands, crystal blue waters, and towering limestone cliffs greet visitors who arrive at Beach 91, a popular lunch stop during island tours. Wooden huts line its shores where tour guides prepare a delicious seaside feast for tourists.

Siete Pecados Marine Park

Siete Pecados Marine Park

Siete Pecados or the Seven Sins, is a marine park of seven islets located in the narrow passage between Coron, adjacent to the Maquinit Natural Hotsprings. It is the most popular snorkeling destination due to its proximity to Coron town, with amazing marine life and coral reefs.

Mt. Tapyas View Deck

Mt. Tapyas View Deck

For a 360º view of Coron town and its adjacent waters, climb more than 720 paved steps and catch the sunset on Mt. Tapyas. The view deck is approximately 2000 feet above sea level and gives you a sweeping view of the landscape.

Maquinit Hot Springs

Maquinit Hot Springs

Maquinit is a saltwater hot spring, about 5 kilometers away from Coron town. With temperatures ranging from 30 to 40º Celsius, Maquinit’s tepid water soothes and relaxes, and has therapeutic properties to boot. It is the perfect place to end a day of trekking and snorkeling.

CYC Beach

CYC Beach

Named after the founder the Coron Youth Club, CYC beach is managed by the Municipal Government of Coron. The beach is twenty minutes away by boat from Coron town, with white sands and impeccable turquoise waters. Ideal for picnickers and sunbathers.

Bulog Dos Island

Bulog Dos Island

Bulog Dos Island is famous for its sandbar with powdery white sands and sparkling blue waters. Unlike many spots in Coron, the water here does not have sea urchins, making it an ideal spot for swimming or snorkeling. Kayaks can also be rented by visitors who wish to explore the island further.

Mt. Banana Island

Mt. Banana Island

Swim and snorkel in the clear turquoise waters near the open sea at Banana Island. A popular stop on an island-hopping package, the island features a narrow strip of white sandy beach set against the backdrop of forested, hilly terrain. Lots of shady trees, hammocks and huts invite one to relax and be one with nature, as you take in the tropical scenery.

Malcapuya Island

Malcapuya Island

Facing Banana Island, Malcapuya features a beautiful kilometer-long beach, blanketed in fine white sand. Many local boatmen swear it is the best beach in the Calamian islands. Its swimming area is home to many giant clams, while its beach makes for the ideal spot for sunbathing.

Pamalican Island

Pamalican Island

This small island off the coast of Busuanga is one of the best-kept secrets of Coron, with 50 hectares of fine white sands, abundant marine life and coral reefs preserved in their natural state. The best time to visit Pamalican is during the summertime when visitors can swim, snorkel or scuba dive to their heart’s content.

Skeleton Wreck

Skeleton Wreck

Skeleton Wreck features the aquatic remains of a 25m-long Japanese supply ship that was hit by an airstrike during WWII. It is an excellent spot for free-diving or scuba diving, as well as snorkeling on the ocean surface.

Calauit Safari Park

Calauit Safari Park

Explore the Philippines’ game reserve and wildlife sanctuary in Calauit Safari Park, a 3,700-hectare island off the coast of Palawan. It is home to various species of exotic African and endemic Palawan flora and fauna where hundreds of giraffes, elans, waterbucks, Calamian deer, monkeys, fresh water crocodiles, zebras, bear cats, bushbuck and a variety of birds roam freely. This tropical safari should not be missed on your visit to Coron.