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Banana Island

Coron, Busuanga Island, Philippines
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One of three islands in the tour

Banana Island is one of the three islands on our tour and well worth the visit. As always, white... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Mary Rose H
Destin, Florida
Lovely place, great snorkeling

Lovely island which was stop 2 on our tour of 3 islands day tour from Coron. We had lunch here and... read more

Reviewed August 9, 2017
Dublin, Ireland
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“nice beach” (17 reviews)
“giant clams” (14 reviews)
“white sand” (17 reviews)
Coron, Busuanga Island, Philippines

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Banana Island is one of the three islands on our tour and well worth the visit. As always, white sands abound!

Thank Mary Rose H
Reviewed August 9, 2017 via mobile

Lovely island which was stop 2 on our tour of 3 islands day tour from Coron. We had lunch here and then had plenty of time after to walk along the beach and to snorkel. The snorkeling was very good here actually and so close...More

Thank champkis
Reviewed July 27, 2017

Island hopping, the most normal one contains 3 islands where one of em is this one. (Banana Island, Bulog Island, Malcapuya Island ) Nice beach, nice water, but gets crowded really fast, We payed extra to go on a private boat so we could leave...More

2  Thank David Y
Reviewed July 14, 2017

This island is just too beautiful for words. All I can say is... I want to be there, RIGHT NOW! Banana Island is part of a package tour that I bought. The water is crystal clear, the water warm.

1  Thank Maria A
Reviewed July 14, 2017

Perfect family picnic getaway with scenic views and clear waters. Great for Kids to swim on. The coconut trees make the landscape even more tropical and airy. Loved how they maintained the island.

Thank cbgabronino
Reviewed July 1, 2017

went here with my family last July 1, 2017 during our Coron vacation. Don't get me wrong though, by itself, banana island is beautiful, more beautiful than most beaches in the Philippines. However i am comparing it (for this review) to the other islands in...More

1  Thank Amboy G
Reviewed June 27, 2017

On our second day trip we visit this place and had luch here. Not much snorkling and only to relax at the beach and walk around. It is a good place to have as stop over on a trip

Thank kmittag
Reviewed June 9, 2017

Its not a deserted island. In fact, there are shelters where a group can have lunch, several hammocks (too too and sunny!), a nice beach (the one on the left facing the water can be dangerous for weak swimmers), and a store that sells cold...More

Thank Bing M
Reviewed June 6, 2017

Not great for swimming. Best for just taking photos and resting. Relaxing place can take a nap if you can since they have a hammock.

Thank cire7419
Reviewed May 23, 2017 via mobile

Great place to explore with family and friends, one of the best beaches, we enjoyed it so much hope to be back again.

Thank Grace D
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December 31, 2014|
Response from K M |
From Manila, you need to get a flight to Busuanga, from the airport, the hotel will pick you up and take you to Coron. There are lots of boats there on their pier. You may hire one of the boats to take you to Banana island.