As we approached the island, it surprised me that there was this woman already far from the beach, and yet, the water reached only up to her waist. I realized, as we got nearer, that most of the beach is actually under shallow water. Which was amazing.
The water is so shallow that our boat, in fact, could not get near the island. The area was not deep enough for it. So, they dropped us off a few meters a way and we just waddled our way to the beach.
We were fortunate enough that only one small group of tourists was there when we arrived. And the place is large enough to contain us all. We had a one side of the island all to ourselves.
There is quite a number of trees on the island, some of which lay dead on the shallow beach. They are quite beautiful fixtures to the place. Plus, they make for good photos.
For other Coron-related posts and photos, please see:
Coron: Sights and Sunsets at Kayangan
Coron: Boulders at Banol
Coron: Lusong at Sangat
Coron: Exploring the Town
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