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Sunken Japanese Wrecks

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Sangat Island, Coron, Busuanga Island, Philippines
+63 927 033 1834
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Huge and different wrecks

It is one of the best places for wrecks diving! Huge ships - where you can go inside and dive for... read more

Reviewed 10 October 2016
Haifa, Israel
You will not trully experience Coron if you dont dive!!

Diving was just a partial option when we visit Coron but thanks to our friends who pushed us to do... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2016
Cherry Mae W
via mobile
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  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
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“wreck diving” (38 reviews)
“fish” (53 reviews)
“lusong gunboat” (14 reviews)
Sangat Island, Coron, Busuanga Island, Philippines
+63 927 033 1834
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Reviewed 10 October 2016

It is one of the best places for wrecks diving! Huge ships - where you can go inside and dive for as much as 30 minutes, exploring the insides of Japanesse ships from WWII

Thank Yuri1409
Reviewed 3 October 2016 via mobile

Diving was just a partial option when we visit Coron but thanks to our friends who pushed us to do it, its the best unsure decision we ever had. As first timers whos some are not good and and some doesnt swim and is afraid...More

3  Thank Cherry Mae W
Reviewed 28 September 2016

its perfect for divers who are adventurous. seeing it from above using goggles it looks so creepy because its massive and some parts are actually dark as its submerged to the deeper part of the sea (i have this fear of big things underwater)

Thank Chezka A
Reviewed 25 September 2016

I've snorkeled in many places but never to a wreck so this was a new experience. We went to three different wrecks over two days of boat tours off Coron. The best ones were on the "Wrecks and Reefs Tour". There the Japanese gunboat called...More

Thank ohiowanderer
Reviewed 12 September 2016

The warm blue waters of Sangat Island are an aquatic feast for the eyes and senses. Ghostly WW 2 wrecks, intense deep blue drop offs, fields of colorful coral and a myriad of tropical fish bombard your senses with loads of water oriented fun. I...More

1  Thank Systems23
Reviewed 2 September 2016 via mobile

I totally love it! Though the remains are almost unnoticeable, but swimming with the Zebra fishes are way enticing. I experienced deep diving with the rope.

Thank Yaj M
Reviewed 31 August 2016

After seeing one of the sunkin ships on shallow water. I wanna see more. I wanna learn how to dive to be able to get a closer look at history.

Thank Maggie A
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Brilliant experience for both divers and snorkellers. A must for any wreck fanatic. Anyone who also appreciates history will also enjoy.

Thank Jamie T
Reviewed 23 August 2016

This is a great place to snorkel with friends, family, or special someone. The ship looks really amazing you can imagine how powerful these big ships were during those times. Fishes and corals also can be found near the ship wrecks.

Thank Tin F
Reviewed 21 August 2016

The fact that the boats are wreaks from WWII was the most interesting part. There didn't seem to be a lot of interesting fish around and the coral, sadly looks dead.

Thank sad1976
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21 October 2016|
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Response from jim s | Reviewed this property |
There are even explore scuba opportunities where certification is not required. You won't be certified when done and you will only be able to see the shallower wrecks but I am sure you will find it awesome.
17 August 2016|
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Response from GO-MN | Reviewed this property |
Good day, we only did snorkeling and went to one wreck as we took the "do it yourself" approach at the sight. Tours are available just ask at the hotel your staying at. If you want to do Caluit it will take a full day due... More