Lake Kayangan is one of Coron's primary attractions. Accessible by a steep 10-minute climb, the crystal-clear waters of Lake Kayangan are nestled into the mountain walls; underwater is like a moonscape.
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When people talk about traveling to Southeast Asia, Thailand is usually the assumed first stop. Bali might figure into an itinerary, and so may Vietnam and Singapore. Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar are also increasingly popular, au courant choices. But the second-most populous country in that region, the Philippines, is a less-expected selection. The republic, which comprises a mind-boggling 7,000-plus islands (around 2,000 of them inhabited), is something of a wild card.
But it’s becoming more and more difficult to ignore as jet-setters become hip to its jaw-dropping natural beauty, friendl ...
Once is never enough.
Heck, when it comes to Coron, four times still won't cut it. This little tourist town in Palawan one of the first destinations we set foot in as travel bloggers, but even after three more visits, we still can't get enough of it. Its jagged corners are bursting with natural beauty and cultural significance: from the lakes and lagoons of Coron Island, to neighboring beaches, to shipwreck dive sites and coral gardens, to saltwater hot springs, to postcard-worthy views from its mountaintops. Heck, they even have an African Safari nearby.
Yet, every time we return, we al ...
Coron in Palawan, Philippines. Coron is belongs to the island of Palawan in the Philippines. Besides El Nido, Coron is the most known destination on Palawan. Like El Nido, Coron has beautiful sights that you can find by island hopping. However, Coron is a bit less touristy than El Nido. Some of the sights include Coron Bay, Kayangan Lake, Twin Lagoon, Banol Beach or Siete Pecados. It is also worth it to do a motor bike trip from Coron in the direction of Busuanga.
I did not have a lot of footage, so I hope that you still enjoy my video of Coron. I personally love the drone footage. Let me k ...
Day 2 (part 2) of our family trip in Coron, Palawan. This time we hit up Kayangan Lake. We definitely saved the best for last, it is easily one of the most beautiful spots in all of Philippines. Bucket List worthy.
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Feb 6, 2017 Coron Island Hopping (Tour A) Kayangan Lake (fresh water) where you climb up 150 steps then down to the lake.
The Philippines is known to be geologically blessed with breath-taking bodies of water, and what more beautiful than lakes in the country. Here's our pick of eight most beautiful lakes in the Philippines.
1. Lake Carolina (Baganga, Davao Oriental)
These sparkly lake bases in Baganga and is sparkly because it's so clear and the sun reflects brightly across the water. Known to be a secret paradise, Lake Carolina looks turquoise due to the hues of green surrounding the area.
2. Taal Crater Lake in Talisay and San Nicolas, Batangas
The view of the lake is amazing, partly because of wor ...