Smith Island is a small island that is owned by a native Tagbanua family that lives there. They charge about 100 pesos per person to spend a few hours on the island. They are very friendly to tourists and like to share interesting stories, and if you befriend them, they might let you stay for the night.
Smith Island can be easily reached in around twenty minutes sailing from Kayangan Lake on a banka.
Although it is quite small, the chances are you will have the beach all for yourself to enjoy, as Smith Island often goes under the tourist radar. The beach sand is powder white and it is one of the most beautiful beaches in all of Coron. Water is crystal clear and like that is perfect for snorkeling. You can see some interesting marine world here, like starfish, clown fish and many beautiful corals.
Smith Island is also a perfect place to take a break and have lunch during your island hopping tour. In a nipa hut, with limestone cliffs in the background, stunning view of white sands and blue seas before you, you can just enjoy the scenery and relax from the usual tourist activities. There is also a store on the island, where you can buy snacks and drinks for reasonable prices.