Here are some of the Activities we offer during your stay at the resort:
Experience Half or Full Day Fishing Excursions on board on of our fully equipped charter vessels.
We offer rod and bottom fishing within the bay. Let our experienced local guides show you the best spots to make your catch of the day.
BBL DIVERS is the latest edition to Busuanga Bay Lodge offering a full service PADI facility. We offer all programs from beginners try diving (DSD Discover Scuba Diving) to the world renowned PADI Open Water Course, all the way to Assistant Instructor. We can provide an abundant amount of specialties from Nitrox, wreck, deep and DPV just to mention a few, up to Tech 50 and Rebreathers. WHY BBL DIVERS? PADI Dive masters, PADI Instructors, PADI IDC Staff Instructor. Over 75% of the world’s divers are PADI certified. PADI e’learning for all the courses to save you plenty of resort time. Click on padi e’learning button below. FREE NITOX to all EANX certified divers. Overnight trips to northern Busuanga to 2-day trips to APO reef on the Caribbean Tigress. Wall Drops to World War 2 wrecks, Great dive packages to suit all size dive groups. Every 7th dive is FREE. One 80 foot full service dive vessel and one brand new 25 foot Haines Hunter with 200hp Yamaha. Both boats are very camera friendly. BBL DIVERS offer the lot.
South Cay Beach (BBL’s Private Island) can be access via boat transfer about 30 to 45 minutes from Busuanga Bay Lodge resorts depending on tide and weather conditions. Busuanga Bay Lodge’s private island with a pristine white beach surrounded by crystal clear water and a beautiful coral reef.
The Lusong Gun Boat is among the World War 2 shipwrecks that could be explored by snorkeling simply because it rests on the shallow parts of the sea
Feast your eyes on the magnificent corals on the top of the reef. A diverse collection of corals can be found here
Has a beautiful white sand beach shaded by a coconut grove. Stunning coral formations lie on its fringes ranging from a depth of 1m to 15m so all can enjoy snorkeling.
One of the nicest white sand beaches in the area with dwarf coconut trees lining the beach. The island has it all from beach volleyball, a sunset viewing platform, and a giant clam sanctuary.
A beautiful sandpit strewn with shells and a true Robinson Crusoe type island.
Black Island also called Malajon Island is located on the east side of Busuanga Island…
Calauit Safari Park – A piece of Africa where you can see giraffes, zebras, calamian deers, freshwater crocodiles, porcupines, civet cats, wild bearded pigs, pythons, turtles and more.
Banul Beach a prestine white sand beach approximately 15 minutes boat ride from Kayangan Lake where you will stop for picnic lunch freshly prepared by our guide.
Kayangan Lake (one of the clearest lakes in the Philippines) is considered a sacred place by the Tagbanua tribe of Coron Island, Philippines.
Twin Lagoon is for sure one of the things you need to go and see. Imagine clear emerald waters, coral reefs, tropical fish and lime rock formations like you have never seen before. Twin Lagoon is the truly magical work of nature, and left us with a feeling of all the best from Maldives, Thailand, Malaysia and Philippines was combined in one single place.
Siete Pecados is the most known and closest snorkeling destination around Coron. The marine life around the Islands are amazing, when you snorkel you will see countless of fishes and the bottom is covered with hard corals.
Skeleton Wreck lies approximately 40-m deep. Can be viewed from the surface due to the crystal clear water.
The country’s only saltwater spring situated in the middle of a mangrove forest on the edge of the bay overlooking Coron island.
Mt. Tapyas Viewdeck – Marked by a distinctive large cross provides magnificent views of Coron town and its surrounding areas.
Concepcion Falls is a small waterfall with fresh and cold mountain water. Mostly unknown. It is a prestine and hidden away gem.
Take a slow cruise on one of Busuanga Bay Lodge boat to see beautiful sunset at this magical time of the day.