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Skeleton Reef, Coron
(3.8/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Head to Skeleton Reef to see the World War II shipwreck, and explore the rich underwater life. Many fish found their new home in the shipwreck, which now teems with colorful marine life. You can admire the vibrant scene by snorkeling, or diving and taking photos of the corals and the friendly fish as they swim around you. The reef serves as the perfect spot for beginner divers, because of its depth. Book a boat tour to see all the hidden treasures of the reef, as well as professional assistance with diving or snorkeling. Our Coron vacation route planner makes visiting Skeleton Reef and other Coron attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The wreck is 5 meters down but if you have a good resistance you are able to touch it. There's a cord that helps to pull down 
  • One of the places you want to do snorkeling so many zebra fishes and you can see a shipwreck. I really enjoyed feeding the fishes and it won't swim away from you unlike to other snorkeling areas in th...  more »
  • Stopped there in the excursion that did by the area and there was some little thing that not us taste. Among them is the overcrowding that there is from the area. Is infected with bangkas which is the way that tie with 2 anchors, which makes coral funds to break and die, we saw many dead coral... The remains of the wreck sunk there could not be seen very well since the water was a bit choppy, but it looks good if you are going to make any dip in the area.
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