Tinago Lake

Batan, Aklan

Tinago Lake, also known as Tinagong Dagat, is located between the town (near Brgys. Ipil and Tabon) and Altavas. It is an 8-km. long and 4-km. wide "hidden sea" hidden from Batan Bay by two islands.

Fringed with mangroves and thick undergrowth, it has a rocky beach and is one of the province's rich fishing grounds. It is also ideal for speed boating and water skiing.

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