Diving Coron is more than just diving
More than 50 irresistible diving sites
There are more than 50 dive sites around Coron accessible by a short boat ride. Most of these dive sites are accessible in high and low season due to the sheltered locations.
A location for Serious Divers
For experienced divers, the dive sites here in Coron will excite you. Coron is a full on dive location. It is known as one of the worlds top wreck diving spots, with 24 ship wrecks, mostly of the Japanese Imperial Navy. Coron’s diving is about more than just wrecks, the area has an abundance of very healthy reefs and marine life. On some of these dive sites you can see the larger pelagic fish such as Barracuda, Dogtooth Tuna, Trevallie, Whitetip and Grey Reef Shark.
Perfect for new divers
If you have never tried scuba diving before and you would like to give it a try, why not check out our Introduction Discover Scuba Diving, a two dive experience. O you can take the PADI Open Water Diver certification should you want to become a certified diver.
For new divers, many of our dive sites offer a great introduction to diving with colorful reef life and stunning corals providing a home to parrot fish, damsel fish, butterfly fish and turtles. These dive sites are also favorites of experienced divers who like to find macro life, moray eels and other rare creatures in deeper waters.
Great place to learn new things
If you are already a seasoned diver and would like to venture further, then Coron is the perfect location to consider the Advanced Open Water Diver Course . The AOW will certify you to go deeper and able to experience some of Coron’s exciting wrecks. Deep diver, Wreck Specialist Diver and more are additionally available.