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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Day two in Coron was blessed with the sunshine, blue sky, and calm sea. It was a perfect day to go island hopping.
World War II-era wreck diving, snorkeling in the coral gardens, hopping from one amazing limestone island to another, swimming in the numerous freshwater lakes, and lazing by the beach include in the list of Corons top activities. This destination is a sun and sea worshippers paradise!
To see the attractions you can either book with one of the many travel and tour agencies in the town or hire one of the boatmen around. For the latter, it's best to touch base with a trustwor ...
One of the most beautiful places in the world is Coron, Palawan. In this tour, we visited different places such as the Kayangan Lake, Twin Lagoon and the Baraccuda Lake.
Hope this video can give you a reason to explore the beauty of the Philippine island.
Barracuda Lake is a very unusual dive site famous for its Thermocline. It is located North West of Coron Island in the Philippines.
We breathe without thinking about it. But when you breathe with consciousness, you can control it, says Guillaume Nery, one of the most popular freedivers in the world.
Guillaume, together with his wife and fellow freediver Julie Gautier and daughter Mai-lou, are currently in the Philippines, traveling to freedive hotspots in Mactan, Cebu; Moalboal, Bohol; and El Nido and Coron in Palawan to support the Department of Tourisms bid to make the Philippines the Freediving Capital of Asia.
Undersecretary for Tourism Development Benito Bengzon Jr., who is an open water diver himself, welcomed ...
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 ...
The first time I was in Coron, Palawan was in 2015. I only spent three days exploring Coron Island and was not able to fully enjoy what the place had to offer. Here is my blog entry of my first visit to Coron, Palawan
Coron has also been in the news, because of the announced plan of Nickelodeon to construct an underwater resort there. This plan was opposed by many environmentalists because of the ill effects that it may cause on the ecological balance on the islands. So what better time to go back to Coron, while it still remains pristine.
So when Cebu Pacific had a seat sale sometime ...