GUIDE TO BEACH BUMMING IN MALCAPUYA ISLAND, CORON PALAWAN
Going to Malcapuya Island was something that I was looking forward to for our Coron trip. I have been lusting for a beach getaway for months so you get what I am over the moon to visit the island. It would took about 1.5 hrs to reach Malcapuya island. The sea was calm and the sun was shining so bright melting our worries that it might rain that day. Prior going to Palawan, we checked the weather forecast and it said that there’s a chance that it will rain on that particular weekend. It’ll be a bummer if it did but thankful that it didn’t!
When our boat finally docked on the other side of the beach and when we walked towards a clearing then passed through some coconut trees, we were then greeted by the stunning view of the sea in varying shades of blue and the fine sand that can rival that of Boracay’s and Calaguas. We were in awe. Our beach hearts fluttered like butterflies around a garden.
Best time to go:
Morning when the island is less crowded. By late afternoon other tourists flock the island so you won’t have your peaceful and quiet moment.