Barracuda Lake is located on the north-shore of the fascinating Coron-Island (only 20 min boat ride from Coron Town) is one of the most unusual, amazing and wired dive-sites of the Philippines. The lake is known for it's unique thermo-clines, which are distinct layers of cold, warm water and hot water. These thermo-clines can be experienced while diving. This is caused by the meeting of the cold f ...
resh water and the warm salt water.
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Solo travel to the World's Most Beautiful Island Paradise:
CORON, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES
- Day Tour: Kayangan Lake, Twin Lagoon, Atwayan Beach, Skeleton Wreck, Malwawey Coral Garden and Barracuda Lake.
- Night Tour: Glittering Firefly Watching with Plankton Experience
- Where I stayed: Coron Underwater Garden Resort
"Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times."
We all know Coron, Palawan, is an awesome travel destination. The pristine beaches, fresh seafood, nice tan, great view, underwater scenes, just some of the reasons why tourists flock into this group of paradise-islands. Then there's freediving at the Barracuda Lake. Let's compile some of the photos of underwater adventurers in this post.
Barracuda Lake is a very unusual dive site famous for its Thermocline. It is located North West of Coron Island in the Philippines.
When reality is better than your dreams? thats what I felt the moment my feet stepped into the paradise of Coron, Palawan.
Coron is one of the most famous destination in the Philippines. Coron is an easy pick for families, couples and vacationers simply because of its beauty. Pristine beaches, magnificent lagoons, towering rock formations, rich coral gardens and diverse wildlife are the things you will encounter and experience when you visit Coron.
Our Adventure in Paradise: Off The Grid on Coron Island. Palawan, "The Last Frontier" of The Philippines. A Vlog Series highlighting the Must-Sees!
Where We Stayed: Paolyn Houseboat on Coron Island.
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What We Saw: Twin Lagoon, Barracuda Lake, Kayangan Lake, Skeleton Wreck, Twin Peaks Coral Garden, Hidden Beach.
How we got there: Flew direct to Busuanga on Philippine Air & SkyJet, via Cebu City and Manila.