Wreck diving is basically two achievements in one: underwater diving skills and the achievement of discovering history. On the Philippine islands, Coron offers one of the most unique and tangible experiences to see lush aquatic life with life after death at sea. Forbes magazine even called the island “a world-class dive site”. Only a unique blend of history and sea can create such a beautiful diving experience.
One of the valuable natural tourist destinations in the country
The Municipality of Coron is located on the islands of Busuanga in the province of Palawan, one of the valuable natural tourist destinations in the country – the last edge of virginity of the forest and sea. Sangat Beach is a quiet little place off a rocky beach that serves as a basis for diving shipwrecks. Coron Bay will make many discoveries because the wreck is beautifully covered and protected by the calm sea.
Wreck diving in Coron
The dive guide knows where to find rare animals and will eagerly direct them to you. Shipwrecks are marked with buoys and dives must be planned accordingly. Controlled diving is very important, as well as experienced guides. Wreck diving in Coron is a full day trip, even more, if you plan to see more than one accident.
Historical Japanese Supply Ship
In 1944, about 24 Japanese supply ships had tried to take shelter and take cover on the islands to escape the attacks of US fighter planes. These ships, which were intended to strengthen Japan’s grip on the country, were unfortunately detected by US surveillance or intelligence. The planes from Task Force 38 have succeeded in sinking most of these giant ships. Now they can be admired underwater, where they have been lying for sixty years. Fourteen shipwrecks are known places, and all are in …Read More