Palanca Guest House

Address: 24 Don Pedro St., Coron, Palawan, 5316, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 24 Don Pedro St., Coron, is near Mount Pinatubo, Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, Museo Ilocos Norte, and Mount Mayon.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Palanca Guest House Coron

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Coron

          "The Reward"

          A travel blog entry by elizacass on Mar 03, 2014

          1 comment, 32 photos

          After many hours spent in transport, buses, Jeepneys, tricycles, boats, ferries, and hiking up steps with our backpacks we made it to Coron. This was actually the one place that i knew very little about. But I heard.... It was amazing. They film a lot of movies around here. The scenes where the boats are sailing through the large limestone cliffs, surrounded by the turquoise blue water, with nothing but blue sky's reflecting On the water below.. silence and serenity. This place, ...

          Hi from the Tao island hopping expedition

          A travel blog entry by aarkventure on Feb 19, 2014

          24 photos

          ... Lloyd managed to do a backflip off the boat, which was really impressive.

          A bit more about the food, as by now you should know how important it is to us. On the first day, we were given a yummy breakfast of scrambled eggs on rolls. And it seemed like they didn’t stop feeding us from then on. The cook managed to come up with all sorts of delicious dishes. And given his limited cooking space and ingredients, we were extremely impressed. Being on a ...


          A travel blog entry by adventurebear on Jan 11, 2014

          5 photos

          Never ever ever ever ever EVER get a boat from El Nido to Coron!!!?! I cannot stress this enough! The 'big boat' was infact a tiny carabao boat with open sides, big enough for 20 people to squeeze onto. We left an hour late which wasn't the best start and then from the first minute of the journey, we were faced with enormous waves. It was a real novelty for the first hour and we all thought it was quite funny. There was one passenger already feeling very sick, but we seemed to be fine at ...

          Trouble in Paradise - Super Typhoon Yolanda

          A travel blog entry by junglebelle on Nov 08, 2013

          19 photos

          ... the sea front are decimated - not really that surprising since they are simple shacks. There are power lines down, and you need to duck under the cables as you walk around.

          Most of the buildings have held up really well - despite a lot of them being shacks made from wood and corrugated iron.

          The weather is much much calmer - cloudy and windy, mostly dry - but the palm trees on the sea front are still bent double so the wind clearly is still quite powerful. I ...

          Giraffes, Zebras and the Safari Island of Calauit

          A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Aug 12, 2013

          1 comment, 22 photos

          ... this safari island was unlike anything I've experienced and was not what I was expecting to find.

          On the way back we decided to have lunch at a resort recommended to us, the Busuanga Bay Lodge. In the midst of our dusty sojourn, way off the beaten track, is this resort with some of the most magnificent views imaginable of the shimmering blue waters that surround ...