In the only accommodation in
Palawan - Philippines
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Transfers from and to the airport (Coron Busuanga USU) by van and speedboat (total 45 minutes) are INCLUDED
OUR SPECIAL LOCATION:
National Reserve, Marine Reserve, Unesco Biosphere Reserve and Ancestral Land of the Tagbanua Tribe
Paolyn Houseboats are located in the calm, pristine, clear and unpolluted water of Laknisan Lagoon, Awan Awan Lagoon and Green Lagoon, that are just 500 meters from the famous Twin Lagoons - 15 minutes by kayak or by paddleboard on the NorthWest tip of Coron Island. These special Lagoons have breathless landscape with steep cliffs and Karst rock formations made of Permian Limestone of Jurassic origin that you can almost touch from the Houseboats and of whose views you can also enjoy from your bed and during your fresh and instantly cooked meals. It also offers superb snorkeling and it is totally quite except birds chirping and splashes of fish. Each room has also a private deck with sunbeds, sun umbrella and an open cottage where guests can decide to have privately their meals (the new private Italo Filipino Houseboat Restaurant is located in Green Lagoon).
The only accommodation and restaurant in Coron Island
WE ARE ECOCOMPATIBLE
Paolyn Houseboats are sustainable and eco-friendly. They do not create pollution. Coron Island does not have electricity and fresh water. We make our own electricity and fresh water. The Houseboats have over 25 kw of solar panels (over 15,000 ah of batteries and over 8 kw of inverters) and 24h electricity 220v, 24h lights and 24h fresh water. Bathrooms (toilets, showers and sinks) and kitchen (even if all our soaps are natural and 100 % biodegradable) do not discharge in the sea but in holding tanks located in the hulls of the houseboats. We have specially equipped boats that daily suck all the waste water and bring it to another island (two hours far) where we have built our 14 stages septic tank on a small hill and where we have a motor pump system to pump up the waste water from the boats up the septic tank. We also have an STP machine at the end of the last stage of the septic tank.
DENR, PCSD and Municipality Offices have duly inspected our Houseboats and our waste management system.
In order to protect the coral reef and the marine life we ask to the guests to use only 100 percent biodegradable and natural sun protection cream that can be also bought from us at our own cost.
Our staff is on board 24h a day taking care of the guests.
Coron Island and the Tagbanua Tribe
Coron island including its surrounding islets were declared National Reserve in 1967, Marine Reserve in 1978 and Unesco Biosphere Reserve in 1990. With the indigenous people right act, the Filipino national law recognises Coron Island (and its water and reef) ancestral land of the Tagbanua Tribe members that are believed to be descendants of the Tabon Man of whom over 20.000 years old remains have been discovered.
Several members of the Tagbanua Tribe proudly work on Paolyn Houseboats and will also be your personal tour guides when you will rent one of our private speedboats (half day from 1000 pesos per person or whole day from 1700 pesos per person) to discover WITHOUT CROWD the famous fresh water lakes (Kayangan and Barracuda), to snorkel in the amazing Coral Gardens (Twin Peaks, Seven Picados, Smith, Malwaway, Secret Garden), to snorkel on the WWII Japanese shallow wrecks (Skeleton and Luson Gunboat), to enjoy beautiful white beaches (Atwayan, Banul, Smith, CYC, Malcapuya, Bulog Dos, Banana), to discover more remote islands (Ditaytayan, Pass, Pamalican, Malajon - known as Black Island - and a lot more), to feed the giraffes at the Calauit Safari and to visit the remote Tagbanua Village (Cultural Indigenous Tour).
Paolyn Housboats employ over 200 people (with 16 rooms!), most of them part of the Tagbanua Tribe, respects indigenous heritage and traditions and helps the community also with an higher than average salary.
Since the start of the pandemic Paolyn Houseboats has been supporting the two Tagbanua tribe villages of Coron Island with rice donations, medicines and helping paying hospital bills for their 2500 members