Dive Link Coron Adventure Island Resort

Address: Uson Island, Coron, Palawan, 5316, Philippines | Resort
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This resort, located on Uson Island, Coron, is near Mount Pinatubo, Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, Museo Ilocos Norte, and Mount Mayon.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Coron

      Club Paradise- truly a paradise

      A travel blog entry by travelori on Jun 28, 2014

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... in colony at the brink of dusk.

      As we get to our cabana a lady with her foot scrub accouterments is waiting outside. Her quick complimentary foot wash/scrub is a spanking way of getting rid of the sand from our feet. The surprise didnt end there, lying on the table inside is a sweet welcome treat from the

      The room isn't luxurious nor astounding but daintily made up. Even the bathroom ...

      Shipwreck Scuba Diving

      A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby on Mar 02, 2014

      38 photos

      ... up to look around on the surface, this gunboat had a periscope pointing down to look out for oncoming submarines! At the time of the bombing, the ship was fleeing to an island and crashed onto a coral reef. Because of this, the boat is slanted! The bow is 5 meters down and, because of the clear water, it can be seen from the surface! The stern, however, is way down at 18 meters below the surface.


      Philippines Chapter 2

      A travel blog entry by justkeepswimmin on Feb 28, 2014

      24 photos

      ... north of the Visyays (250~ nortical miles), staying in very basic wooden huts on the beach without electricity or running water it gave the authentic castaway experience (maybe apart from the karaoke on one island). Our daily routine consisted of waking up to breakfast served on palm leafs. We had things like porridge and fruit served in a fresh coconut, pancakes and something called banana hearts which was all delicious. We never got hungry as they ...

      Paddling in Palawan.

      A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on Jun 08, 2013

      3 comments, 23 photos

      ... we lost anything. He located the snorkel on the bottom of the reef and threw off his life jacket and dived in to retrieve it. Thankfully he got it back and we made it back in time before our boat left without us!

      The second island was beautiful, there were quite a few boat loads of people there again, all with life jackets on- even on the beach!! I don't think many Filippino's swim too well. Martin and Rachel decided to eat a sea urchin which they both said was delicious, ...

      The wrecks of Coron

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 19, 2013

      7 photos

      ... again. I had a look - wasn't as nice as the last reef. Huge amounts of staghorn coral. So I sat on the boat admiring the view instead. Just around the corner was CYC beach. A small beach, wasn't especially exciting. Some mangrove trees and lots of local children running around wanting to swim with us! The last stop was a fish farm. I'm not sure why we stopped here. I don't want to see reef fish (scribbled file fish, napoleon wrasse, long fin banner fish, jack fish and ...