The Mountain of Crosses mentioned in many itineraries is here. There is a small hill, which is suitable for walking over in the evening, and then climb the mountain to see the beautiful sunset. The name of the Mountain of Crosses comes from the huge cross on the mountain, which shows that this is also a place of Catholicism. How profound the religious influence of the Spaniards was. You can get here on foot in the town, no need to take a car, whoever takes the car will get here!
The Mountain of Crosses is right next to me, but it has been raining all the time.
If you want to go the the best viewpoint in Coron, Mt. Tapyas is a place to be. It’s highly recommended to visit in the afternoon to witness an incredible sunset in the island. Unlike most tourist spots, Mt. Tapyas has no entrance fee. It’s reachable by a 10 minute tricycle ride from Coron town. From the entrance, it will take you 721 steps to reach the peak which is roughly 30 minutes depending on your speed. Along the way, there are locals selling bottled water and refreshments to get you hydrated during the hike. Once you reach the summit, there’s a “CORON” signage that resembles the Hollywood sign in California. Mt. Tapyas is really a must-see once you visit Coron.
View of sunset and sunrise is mesmerising...
It’s very close to the town. I’ve been here for four days and I’ve always wanted to take a look at the morning, take a bird’s eye view of the town and watch the sunset. But every afternoon it starts to rain heavily in the evening, the big kind. It can be regarded as leaving a little regret for my trip. The last photo was found online. If it is infringing, please notify me to delete it, thank you!
In addition to diving to watch shipwrecks and island hopping tours, Coron is probably the most famous mountain of Crosses. Although the mountain is not high, it takes only half an hour to climb up, but the scenery on the top of the mountain is very good, overlooking the entire Cologne Bay, very beautiful.