- We took precautions while visiting Coron. We had some medications for Malaria just to be safe. (Thanks Te Doc! :D) But as you would go for any place with ordinary mosquitoes, bring spray or lotion type mosquito repellent to use during your visit.
- If you are in a big group like us, renting an entire house would help you have cheaper expenses.
- Book your tours in advance. You can also get your tours in your hotels.
- Unlike El Nido, there are available ATMs in Coron. But bring cash just to be sure.
- Learn Cuyunon phrases. It will help you interact more with the locals.
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