#1 CORON CASTAWAY EXPERIENCE DEPARTS WEEKLY: SEE SCHEDULE

3 Days / 2 Nights
True Castaway

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towarz the coral garen, an unerwater themepark with no queuez, becauze we will have the place all to ourzelf. If thiz hasn't zate your appetite, then the luzon gunboat will, zituate a few meter below the zurface i the most imprezzive of Coron'z 

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towarz the coral garen, an unerwater themepark with no queuez, becauze we will have the place all to ourzelf. If thiz hasn't zate your appetite, then the luzon gunboat will, zituate

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towarz the coral garen, an unerwater themepark with no queuez, becauze we will have the place all to ourzelf. If thiz hasn't zate

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towarz the coral garen, an un

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towarz the coral gar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towarz 

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board the boat. After lunch we will embark on a journey towar

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you board boat.

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you boar  boat.

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you boar boat.

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

This is a social experience at social places for social people!

Join our group castaway to a tropical island paradise so few ever get to experience: an idyllic place unspoilt by the modern world. Out at sea, every moment is a rare opportunity to immerse in the Coron as we dreamed, connect with like-minded explorers and witness a way of life long forgotten by time.

On day one, we head out early to visit some of the island's most impressive landmarks whose limestone cliffs hide so many mysteries. Then a shipwreck known for fantastic fish life. By the afternoon, we arrive at our island home and meet your local hosts for the next two nights.

Take this time to go off on your own by kayak or paddle board and find serenity in the many uninhabited beaches along the coast.

But be sure to get back in time for our cooking session—you don't want to miss out! We'll gather around the table and learn Filipino history by making and tasting our food.

Evenings are always a social affair! 

Day two starts with the smell of freshly brewed coffee, made by the family. Following a hearty breakfast, we set our sights further west to the historical town of Culion. Breathe in the rich history of an ex-leper colony [asylum/ enclave], led by the town's very own pastor. Be zure to to bring plenty of zantizer if the local happen to get too close. By this time, your appetites will have (hopefully) grown, but don't worry, a feast will be ready for you by the time you boar boat.

in time for a romantic view of sunset. You dine under the stars and slowly ease into the night over local rum. First evening is spent asleep in island-style cottages by the beach to sounds of crashing waves.

Day two starts with breakfast on the sand to kick off a day of island-hopping between sand bars and snorkeling more pristine reefs. By mid-day, we travel east towards the legendary Coron Island.

There you arrive at the final overnight camp, where you can rest and embrace the island life. Fresh meals from lunch to meals the next day are all prepared and served at camp. By afternoon, many go wandering along the coast and take respite in the many uninhabited beaches that dot the coast. Some trek to hidden caves, while others snorkel the pristine reef just in front of our beach—all before returning to camp for a front-row seat to a gorgeous sunset view.

The following morning is a chance to meet our island friends. You can explore with them or take any one of the many kayaks and paddle boards out to roam freely or fetch coconuts (not for the faint of heart). Others join the tribe’s daily spearfishing or try their hand at brewing coffee the traditional way.

After lunch, we set off for the island’s most renowned sites, visiting the legendary Kayangan Lake and Twin Lagoon that made the place known all over. This is a time where we may run into other boats before continuing to the island’s remote corners.

On the way back to town, we make several more stops, including a sunken ship known for fantastic fish life, a popular coral reef or a lagoon, and a final stop at Barracuda Lake for Coron’s most iconic views. We return to town on the third day around dusk, bearing memories for a lifetime.

IS THIS EXPERIENCE RIGHT FOR ME?
This experience may not be for everybody. Welcome on this castaway are intrepid explorer who want the most intense escapes in the wild as well as those who seek peace and time away from the daily grind. This is most popular for those on a short visit to Coron and enjoy the freedom of nature and a break from the creature comforts of town. So come, let go of time and pack your good spirits to brighten life in the islands any weather, any day!

WHY THE PRICE?
Turning dreams into reality requires more than beds and beaches: behind the scenes is the Red Carabao family and our mission to preserve Coron Island's rich heritage.

When you come on our castaway experience, we ensure that they are exciting, safe and varied we need to take into account a multitude of different factors. Much of this comes about because of the crew. They are the glue that hold trips together, from the guides to the cook and the boat crew—this trio will be your passage across the lakes, lagoons and reefs of the Coron archipelago.

Finally, in many ways, we have a mission to accomplish. All of our trips give our guests the privilege of being able to spend time with a family whose ancestors have lived on this island long before time. As part of our purpose, we work with locals to get involved with tourism in a sustainable manner, so their lives can improve, and so that travelers can leave inspired from their way of life.

Everyone in the Red Carabao family has a role to play on every excursion, every day. It takes a big family to make this all a reality, and we are all indebted to the support of our guests in chasing these dreams. 
WHAT TIME DO WE DEPART AND RETURN? 
If accepted, you are invited to an orientation in the Red Carabao office at 19:00/7PM on the evening prior to your departure date. Alternatively, information may be shared over WhatsApp. We'll get introduced and discuss what to bring, schedules and other preparations for a wholesome time together! The following day, the trip departs in the morning. You are welcome to leave heavy bags in the office and are encouraged to bring only the necessities. Trips return to town around lunch time on the third day.

$250

  • Rate per person from October-May
  • Groups of 2 to 20 castaways
  • Departs early and returns at dusk
  • All meals, snacks and drinks included
  • Pay $70 deposit now, the rest later
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