Coron, authoritatively the Municipality of Coron is a first-class region in the area of Palawan, Philippines. As indicated by the 2015 registration, it has a populace of 51,803 individuals. It contains the eastern portion of Busuanga Island, all of Coron Island and around 50 other minor islets extending similarly as Tara Island in the north-east and Canipo Island in the south. Every one of these islands is a piece of the Calamian Archipelago in Northern Palawan that isolates the South China Sea from the Sulu Sea.
There are two main seasons in Coron which is the Dry Season keeps running from October to mid-June with sweltering and dry climate and the Rainy season keeps running from mid-June to September with day by day short yet substantial rains. There can likewise be Typhoons from June to October however they usually don't hit Coron legitimately.
Naga City Airport - Naga Airport is an air terminal serving the city and metropolitan region of Naga (counting the common capital Pili), situated in the region of Camarines Sur in the Philippines. In spite of the fact that the air terminal is named after Naga, it is situated in the commonplace capital, Pili. The air terminal is named a Class 1 head (real local) air terminal by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, a body of the Department of Transportation and Communications that is in charge of the activities of this air terminal as well as of every single other airplane terminal in the Philippines with the exception of the real global air terminals.
Francisco B. Reyes Airport - Francisco B. Reyes Airport or previously known as Busuanga Airport is an air terminal serving the general region of Coron, situated on Busuanga Island in the territory of Palawan, the Philippines. It is additionally imparted to the neighboring region of Busuanga, located on the western portion of the island. Since November 10, 2008, the airplane terminal has been named after Francisco B. Reyes, the city hall leader of Coron from 1936 to 1939 who gave the land that structures the present air terminal complex. The airplane terminal is delegated a Class 2 head (minor residential) air terminal by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines.
Normal temperatures in Coron change scarcely by any stretch of the imagination. The temperatures feel hot all year with a reasonable shot of precipitation about a portion of the year. The zone is less calm than a few in the twelfth percentile for excellent climate — contrasted with vacationer goals around the world. The hottest season is commonly mid-May where highs are routinely around 89.6°F (32°C) with temperatures once in a while dipping under 76.6°F (24.8°C) during the evening.