Wreck diving offers a unique and thrilling experience unlike any other form of scuba diving. We’re giving you a few reasons why you should consider adding this fascinating underwater adventure to your bucket list (and why you should do it in Coron Busuanga!):

Historical immersion

Wrecks are snapshots of history, frozen in time underwater. Exploring these underwater giants allows you to imagine life as it once was for those who sailed those vessels. Discover artifacts, machinery, and remnants frozen in time, offering a unique glimpse into the past. The wrecks are a treasure trove for underwater photographers seeking captivating shots of the remnants of bygone eras.

Coron Bay is home to a collection of well-preserved Japanese warships and supply vessels, sunk in 1944 during World War II. This concentration of historical vessels provides a diverse selection of diving sites, catering to various levels of experience and interests. Descend into the depths and witness history come to life as you explore the eerie yet fascinating wreckage. Each sunken vessel tells a story, and serves as proof of the ingenuity of human craftsmanship.

Know more about the shipwrecks here.

Thriving marine life

Wrecks provide a unique habitat for marine life, attracting a diverse array of creatures that have adapted to this artificial environment. The wrecks in Coron have become artificial reefs, attracting a spectacular array of marine life. From playful sea turtles and vibrant reef fish to stunning corals and elusive macro creatures, you’ll encounter a breathtaking underwater symphony of life.

Coron’s wrecks are adorned with stunning soft coral gardens, transforming the steel structures into vibrant underwater oases. The juxtaposition of man-made structures and delicate marine life creates a surreal and visually stunning environment.

Challenge yourself as a diver

Wreck diving often involves penetration into the wrecks, requiring proper buoyancy control, navigation skills, and a calm and collected mindset. Successfully navigating through these underwater structures provides a sense of accomplishment and enhances your diving skills.

If you need more training, we offer a wide of range of PADI courses to make you a more confident and skilled diver.

As a bonus, Coron Busuanga is known for its crystal-clear waters with exceptional visibility, often reaching up to 30 meters or more. This clarity allows you to fully appreciate the details of the wrecks and the vibrant marine life that surrounds them.

Beyond its underwater wonders, Coron Busuanga also offers stunning natural scenery, with lush rainforests, pristine beaches, and hidden lagoons. You can enjoy hiking, kayaking, and island hopping before or after your wreck diving adventures!

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If you’re seeking an unforgettable diving experience that combines history, marine life exploration, and a touch of mystery, wreck diving in Coron is an excellent choice! With its abundance of wrecks and clear waters, Coron is a paradise for wreck diving enthusiasts of all levels.

Check out our fun diving rates and just send us a message to book!

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