Pangabangan Tidal Pool

San Jose, Dinagat Islands

Pangabangan Island and Blue Lagoon or otherwise known as Tidal Pool, is another incredible product of Mother Nature blessedly given in this Island located in the town of San Jose, Dinagat Islands. It looks like a genuine swimming pool surrounded by islands covering almost its three quadrants. Its blue-colored water captivates everyone to go on and swim with its pool-like-with-over-flowing water du ...

ring high tide. While on low tide, Tidal pool seems to be a real swimming pool surrounded not by over flowing water but with a sand enrich with seaweeds.

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