May 23, 2011

Picturesque Kayangan Lake

I will never left Coron without a photo taken on this place, that’s the first thing in my mind when I’ve booked a ticket for Coron. This view is the most photographed area in Palawan, to agree with me just click the net or read a magazine about Coron.
From Siete Pecados less than a half hour away, we docked at an alcove to go on a short hike up and down to Kayangan Lake (Coron Island). With crystal turquoise water, said to be the cleanest lake in the Philippines. Remind that before approaching down the lake, go over the cave (left side) and glimpse at the great view on top of the mountain. Don’t forget to bring your snorkel of diving goggles to see the rock formation below the lake.

Clean, fresh, and crystal clear water greet every visitor after a small climb up (and down) steps. Now take a deep plunge at the pristine Kayangan Lake. There are wooden platforms built on the edges so people walk around on the sides and place their belongings.
Very scenic and relaxing environment, and swimming in the lake is sooo refreshing. I’m so speechless about the beauty of the place just a comment for the entrance fee of Php200, it’s more too pricey. Acknowledged as an ancestral domain belonging to the native Tagbanua tribe, this haven is maintained and cared for by them. This time, bamboo raft and kayak are not allowed the area.

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