Siete Pecados
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Assej D
Bayambang, Philippines3 contributions
May 2023
Nice place and very famous we enjoy a lot with my family and friends and relatives we have much fun
Written 7 May 2023
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Cinzia
Melbourne, Australia9 contributions
Apr 2023
Good reef and lots of sea creatures to spot after diving from the kayak, just a short trip from the village
Written 6 May 2023
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Tangled_Travels
Manila, Philippines79 contributions
Jan 2023
The last time we visited Coron was only a couple of years after Super Typhoon Yolanda and many of the coral reefs in the area were badly damaged and had yet to recover. So, we were thrilled to see a healthy abundance of colorful reef fish and corals at Siete Pecados!

It's a protected marine sanctuary, so larger tour boats are allowed to moor for only short periods of time (around 20-30 minutes). However, if you go to the Sitio Maquinit beach/port near Maquinit Hot Springs, you can hire a small outrigger boat, or bangka, at the little tourism office for about P300 + P200/person (marine sanctuary fee) to take you the short distance to Siete Pecados. The office can provide life jackets but it may not have any snorkel gear available, so it's best if you bring your own. You should also bring any food and water you may need, though there's a small sari-sari store where you can buy snacks and drinks.

These smaller bangkas are allowed to stay longer at Siete Pecados, so our boatman led us on a swim around two islets where we saw even more beautiful corals and fish than in the usual area near the boat moorings. We loved it so much, we returned the next day for another round. Our boatman "Boy" (his bangka is called "J-Boy") also took us snorkeling around a cluster of giant clams and at Coral Eden (full of blue, yellow and purple branch corals), as well as a rocky outcropping that had a hidden hotspring inside and picturesque Calachuchi Beach for a serene post-snorkel rest.

It's approx 20-25 minute bumpy ride by tricycle from Coron Town. You should negotiate with your driver to wait and take you back to town or hotel as it may be difficult to get another tricycle in the village. Avg cost is around P600-800 for a roundtrip plus 1 hour wait; we paid our driver P100 per additional hour of waiting.

But whether on a large boat tour, private bangka hire or kayak rental, Siete Pecados is a must-do, can't-miss snorkeling experience!
Written 2 February 2023
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CuriousMeerkatjie
Cape Town, South Africa447 contributions
Nov 2022
For some reason our private guide was not exactly keen to bring us here but I insisted since we chartered the boat.

We arrived by 8 :30 and the visibility was poor. If I had another day I would have tried to visit again. I enjoyed the snorkelling and saw some fish species I did not see before and the corals were beautiful. I hoped the area would be bigger but we soon reached a patch of less pristine corals and were asked to return to the boat.

If my guide gave me better advice on day one I would have visited twice to get better conditions. My guide mentioned people spearfishing in the area during lockdown.
This is sad since tourism can bring money but then the reason you travel half way around the world for must be protected to be worth it.
Written 7 December 2022
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John D
Fishers, IN2 contributions
Jul 2022
Went on a private tour. Would recommend anyone interested in snorkeling to select this trip. Lots of Coral, Fish and wildlife.
Written 26 July 2022
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MrsGNZ
South Island, New Zealand356 contributions
Jul 2022
Our first stopover in our private tour, we were amazed with the corals here and such a gorgeous site.
Written 21 July 2022
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SamuelHarvey
Manila, Philippines293 contributions
Jan 2022
We were resting from 2 days of intense wreck diving and decided to opt for the island hopping - Siete Pecados was the first stop. The visibility was around 4-8 meters and the reef well protected by small islands. We saw plenty of diversity; reef fishes, groupers, snappers and even giant trevallies.
Written 2 January 2022
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JuanMarko
Laguna Province, Philippines489 contributions
Mar 2020
Check out the video on YT just search "Siete Pecados by Juan Marko"
See how beautiful the Marine Park and Drone Shots
Written 3 October 2020
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Oldguy8
61 contributions
Jan 2020
So, I went to just about everything while in Coron (or at least it felt that way), and this was my favorite spot of all the places I went to. The snorkeling here was outstanding! so many fishes, so much coral (or every color you can imagine). totally amazing and should be the #1 place on your list. don't question it, just go here!
Written 21 March 2020
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David Monteiro
Lisbon, Portugal73 contributions
Mar 2020 • Friends
We have traveled extensively around the world and snorkled in many different places but this one has to be one of our favorites ever. Amazing fish, beautiful corals and all kinds of colors you can imagine. Definitely a place to go to when in Coron.
Written 4 March 2020
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