Coral Bay Resort
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Coral Bay has only eight rooms and with the exception of the staff and a few fishermen on the other side of Popototan, the island is pretty much uninhabited. Great snorkeling only a few meters from the shore and fresh fish daily.
|Rooms and Amenities|
Simple bamboo beds, clean showers, and a balcony where you can hang a hammock.
|Facilities and Services|
* Its four cottages are strewn along a white sand beach. Designed originally only for family use, the cottages and a dining pavillion cater to your private quiet place to enjoy nature's bounty.
* Feast on the sumptuous catch of the day cooked home-style in the dining pavilion.
* Coral Bay is a marine resource conservation area. Home to a wide diversity of marine life, the coral reef fronting the resort displays vibrant colors. There are occassional sightings of dugong and manta rays, or even dolphins.
* Get an early start to be awed by dawn breaking on the far east. Take a stroll on the beach with sand pipers and a family of grey mangrove herons out for their catch of the day.
* Around the resort, more natural wonders come to view. Trek up the hill for breathtaking 360 degree view of the islands and waters of the bay.
|Things To do|
* Saltwater Fishing - Relax. Unwind and go fishing by our bay area, set against breathtaking scenery.
* Island Hopping - Choose your island to explore: the lizard shaped Maltatayok, Pamalican and its white sand beaches, South and North Cay, and stunning Dibotunay. Malajon (Black) Island. Limestone cliffs that reveal a maze of caves.
* Leisure Snorkeling - From the resort pier, a few swinstrokes will take you right to the middle of a vast coral reef where hundreds of species of marine life converge to welcome you.
* Kayaking - Behind the resort is a 14-hectare luxuriant mangrove. Explore the mangroves on a kayak. You can test your maneuvering skills on a "baroto", local paddleboat as you negotiate the waterways deep into the mangroves.
* Mangrove Exploration - Take the bamboo walkway behind the cottages, book in hand or a pillow to nap on a hammock in a rest area inside the mangrove.
* Scuba Diving - Explore the mystery of the deep. Plunge into any of the wreck sites or bays where coral reefs thrive.
Popototan Island, Busuanga, Palawan
From Coron town, a two-hour scenic ride in a motorized banca will take you to Coral Bay Resort. Located on Popotan Island, the resort emerges after a boat journey that brings you close to limestone cliffs, uninhabited island and extensive pearl farms.
More than a resort, Coral Bay is a marine conservation area. We offer you the peace and serenity of an island hide-away. Here you have many opportunities to experience nature's beauty in its coral reefs, sandy beaches and luxuriant mangroves.
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