Discover a few historical WWII Japanese shipwrecks beneath the blue waters of Coron
Enjoy snorkeling, diving, and underwater photography
Have close encounters with thousands of fish that live in the wrecks
See actual wrecks covered in different corals from up close
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Book now until June 30, 2020 / Valid until July 15, 2021
Fulfill your dreams of being a shipwreck hunter with the Reef and Wrecks Day Tour. This discovery expedition takes you to a few historical WWII Japanese shipwrecks that are now covered in colorful corals and home to different species of fish. With this snorkeling and diving tour, you’ll get the chance to explore:
Lusong Gunboat - It’s perfect for snorkeling and wreck photography, and often used as a resting spot between dives. It’s covered with sponges and soft corals, and houses butterflyfish, angelfish, pufferfish, and batfish.
Lusong Garden - Spectacular coral garden close to the Lusong shipwreck where thousands of fish live.
East Tangat Wreck - Believed to be a tugboat or an anti-submarine craft that sunk on September 24, 1944. The site is good for novices and underwater photographers. Soft and hard corals, as well as large lettuce corals, cover the wreck.