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Sunken Japanese Wrecks

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Sangat Island, Coron, Busuanga Island, Philippines
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unique coral garden

awesome experience swimming and snorkeling and seeing those wrecks and unbelievablty lots of fishes... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Ana J
Cagayan de Oro, Philippines
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Alluring shipwrecks!

Well preserved coral-covered shipwrecks surrounded by colorful tropical fishes. Some shipwrecks... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Cedric M
Grand Forks
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“wreck diving” (38 reviews)
“sunken ship” (15 reviews)
Sangat Island, Coron, Busuanga Island, Philippines
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

awesome experience swimming and snorkeling and seeing those wrecks and unbelievablty lots of fishes swimming with tourists.. magical experience for us

Thank Ana J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Well preserved coral-covered shipwrecks surrounded by colorful tropical fishes. Some shipwrecks shallow enough that they're visible through the crystal clear waters from the boat. Alluring and relaxing. Highly recommended!

Thank Cedric M
Reviewed 9 August 2017

this wreck has some big corals growing on it, we had fun here, seems to be on a little bit shallow water that you are not too far from it when snorkeling, the water is so clear and so many fishes

Thank MER32
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

We dive most wrecks with D divers Busuanga bay and would recommend them We had own equipment and dive twin sets and penetrating tec dives I could have spent the entire holiday on one wreck Each is beautiful with interesting history Seeing guns and engine...More

Thank Ioana P
Reviewed 4 August 2017

World War II sunkenship now covered in brightly colored soft and hard corals host to hundreds and thousands of small colorful fishes.

1  Thank Mildred L
Reviewed 3 August 2017

We dove two wrecks with our dive operator. You can penetrate into the wrecks without necessary additional qualifications as the dive guides take you into the large holds and down the passages linking them. There are loads of coral growing on the wrecks and they...More

Thank Polo_and_Marco
Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

If you like diving, do not waste time in corals. This is really cool and exciting. Corals you can find in many places. We went to 4 vessels. Try to choose the bigger boats as the small ones(lusong gun boat) becomes a little boring after...More

Thank Jitesh L
Reviewed 24 July 2017

Amazing to view these wrecks with just snorkel and visiblity is so good. you do not need scuba gear and even people who could not swim were helped to view by staff

Thank Wayne S
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Awesome! There are plenty of fish in area. Really good for snorkelling. You only need to tap the water and the fish comes near you.

Thank BoracayLondon
Reviewed 20 July 2017

I'm not a diver so all I did was to snorkel when I was here. This has the most fishes in the Coron Area so I really loved there. The Shipwreck was slightly scary at first glance especially on the day I went because it...More

Thank ItsmejessieB
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22 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