Busuanga is the largest Island of the Calamian archipelago in the Northern part of Palawan province in the Philippines. Nice beaches, gentle landscape, good hiking and great diving make the island a good holiday destination.
Wreck diving is the main attraction and many Japanese ships wait patiently for you under the sea. Nearby Coron Island has the beautiful Kayangan and Barracuda lakes the latter is known for its thermoclines and fabled gigantic barracudas.
Busuanga is the closest point in Palawan from Manila and is quite accessible from Manila.
- 1 Francisco B. Reyes Airport (USU IATA). serves the general area of Busuanga, you can fly into Busuanga with Cebu Pacific, or Philippines Airlines. The flight from Manila takes one hour. The trip from the airport to the town of Coron will take about 40 to 50 minutes.