Alligator Lake

Los Banos, Laguna

Alligator Lake sometimes called Crocodile Lake, is located in Los Banos, Laguna. The Alligator Lake is a small crater lake situated on the edge of Laguna de Bay, which is shaped like crocodile. The natural lake formation is unique as it is a lake within a lake.

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  • 2016 Roadtrip Destinations Calatagan Lemery And Los Banos

    2016 Roadtrip Destinations Calatagan Lemery And Los Banos

    Another beautiful roadperson will harken back the memories of her travels in Calatagan and Lemery, Batangas, and Tadlac, Los Baños, Laguna for an educational trip. Join Thea Villamil Juego, a BS Development Communication student, in these wonderful visits that were full of interesting and fruitful activities.

    First Destination ??" Calatagan, Batangas

    (Thea:) As part of our HECO Camp, a partial requirement for HUME 1 ??" a subject in UPLB, we went to Calatagan, Batangas. We enjoyed the Steward's Journey along with other activities such as mangrove planting, snorkeling, lectures about the ...

  • Los Banos Majestic Pride of the South

    Los Banos Majestic Pride of the South

    The Philippines offers a wide variety of tourist spots that can cater to people from all walks of life. If one is seeking for a fun filled adventure minus the hassle of a long and tiring trip… I suggest you head down of Luzon to see one of the majestic pride of the south. Los Banos is a major town in the province of Laguna that offers a myriad of tourist spots for the whole family and your barkada to enjoy.

    Los Banos was declared as the special Science and Nature City through Presidential Proclamation no. 349 in recognition as a center for Science and Technology in the development of agri ...

  • An Enchanting visit to Crocodile Lake in Laguna

    An Enchanting visit to Crocodile Lake in Laguna

    The Crocodile Lake is also known by many names ??" Alligator Lake, Mysterious Lake, Enchanted Lake is now officially called Tadlac Lake. This is a lake within a lake, located on the edge of Laguna de Bay. Tadlac Lake is actually a crater lake, and is one of the major vents of Mount Makiling. Its mouth leads to the Laguna de Bay. It was named such because it is shaped like a crocodile.

    This lake is located in Brgy. Tadlac, Los Banos, Laguna. The lake is quite a beautiful and secluded nestled back away from the hustle and bustle of Los Banos. The lake sits next to Laguna Lake, though is ...

  • The Natural Wonders of Laguna

    The Natural Wonders of Laguna

    Laguna is a province of the Philippines found in the Calabarzon region in Luzon. Its capital is Santa Cruz and the province is located southeast of Metro Manila, south of the province of Rizal, west of Quezon, north of Batangas and east of Cavite. Laguna almost completely surrounds Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country. The province acquired its name from the Spanish word lago, which means lake or lagoon.

    Laguna is notable for being the birthplace of Jose Rizal, the country's national hero. Laguna is also famous for its many tourist attractions.

    Below are some of the natural att ...

  • Many Philippine lakes dying

    Many Philippine lakes dying

    Many of the country's lakes are dying. And it is just a matter of time before they meet their "ecological doom" if nothing is done now ??" and fast ??" to save them.

    Not so few alarm bells have been pealed calling for the implementation of measures to stop their march toward total degradation.

    Public outcry is high when fishkills take place, as what is now happening following the death of countless fish stocked in the 26,000-hectare Taal Lake, the country's fourth largest body of inland water.

    Yet it was not long ago (1993 and 2000) when "lake upturns" or "upwellings" made many fish c ...

  • Fifty Million pesos lost in Taal Lake fishkill

    Fifty Million pesos lost in Taal Lake fishkill

    The massive fishkill that affected fishcages in Taal Lake last December left losses of up to P50 million, a government research administrator said.

    The massive death of tilapia stocks in the inland body of water in Batangas was caused by what Rafael Guerrero III, executive director of the Los Baños-based Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Council for Aquatic and Marine Research and Development (DOST-PCAMRD), called a "lake overturn."

    Guerrero explained the natural phenomenon at the Philippine Fisheries Forum 2006, one of the highlights of the councils 18th anniversary celeb ...