Two Seasons Island Resort & Spa
Two Seasons Island Resort is surrounded by turquoise seas, pristine white sandy beaches and tropical coconut trees. It is renowned to boast first class diving including World War II Japanese shipwrecks and striking limestone scenery formations.
At a Glance
World class diving location including World War II Japanese shipwrecks
Crystal clear turquoise seas
Fantastic kayaking around Coron Island
Striking limestone scenery formations
Hidden lagoons to explore and snorkel
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Two Seasons Island Resort & Spa or take a look at our itineraries to Palawan
Two Seasons Island Resort & Spa is located in the remote north Palawan region, just off Coron Island. It is set with a beautiful backdrop of crystal clear seas and very impressive limestone scenery, whilst boasting picture perfect beaches, along with a sandbar that connects to an islet that hosts a vibrant house reef.
Accommodation consists of six bungalow types from Mountain, Seaview, Hilltop and Beach bungalows all within easy reach of the beach and designed with a twist of modern Filipino style to Island Tip and Sandbar bungalows which boast outdoor jacuzzi’s and breathtaking views.
There are plenty of activities to enjoy from a large choice of water sports, such as paddle boards and boats, catamarans, kayaking, water skiing, kite boarding, windsurfing and even a hydrobob submersible scooter to name just a few. An absolute must is a day trip to Coron Island to take in the most incredible limestone formation scenery and enjoy kayaking and snorkeling around lagoons and lakes.
There are six styles of accommodation throughout the resorts tropical gardens. These range from mountain, hilltop, beach and sea view bungalows all with mod cons and king size beds to island tip and sandbar bungalows which boast their own outdoor Jacuzzis.
Sulu restaurant offers a variety of freshly prepared dishes with the seafood being a highlight, along with the magnificent sea views. If you try your hand at some fishing the chef will cook your catch of the day for free for you for dinner too! Ensure you pop in to Bahura Bar, which is in a prime position to enjoy the sunset over a cocktail or two.
The resort boasts a number of activities from snorkeling, diving, hiking trails, sea kayaks, catamarans, fishing, paddle boats and boards, water skiing, wake boarding, kite boarding, windsurfing and even a hydrobob submersible scooter! Day trips to Coron Island for kayaking and snorkeling and breathtaking scenery and a historical tour of Culion Island are all on offer too.
Location & Directions
Two Seasons Coron Island is located on Bulalacao Island in Palawan.
When to go
Two Seasons Island has a tropical climate and is situated outside the typhoon belt. This means that it enjoys less rainfall than the rest of The Philippines. Generally, the dry season runs from November to May, with scattered showers between June and October. January is usually the coolest month, with temperatures averaging about 25°C, and May the hottest, with an average temperature of about 28°C.