Twin Lagoons in Banuang Daan, Coron, Palawan, are two lagoons divided by a huge wall of limestone karst, the only way to get to the other lagoon is to swim through the hole or climb a wooden stairs.
The Twin Lagoons are one of the must-see destinations in the Coron Island Hopping Tour. One may notice that the waters in the twin lagoons may sometimes be blurry, this is caused by the ...
meeting of the salt water and fresh water.
The temperature of the waters in the Twin Lagoons also alternates between warm and cold, where the cold freshwater meets the hot salt water. It is very relaxing to just take a life jacket and just float and drift in the lagoon.
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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.
Another raw drone footage of Twin Lagoon Coron Palawan, Philippines. Eventhough there is a bit rain I mange to fly throughout this majesticp lace.
Ive heard so much about the beauty of Coron around 10 years ago when my colleagues were going there for vacation and team buildings posting incredible pictures of a place they call paradise. I never got the chance to visit until now. My wife and I have been to Puerto Princesa and El Nido and I think these 3 most visited places in Palawan has a different charm of its own.
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.
Accommodation: Wild Fern Coron Villa
Flight: Cebu Pacific
Itinerary: Mt. Tapyas, Siete Picados, Kayangan Lake, CYC beach , Beach 91 for lunch and Twin Lagoon.
Most people have gathered by now that the Philippines is paradise, though there does seem to be some out there that still need a little convincing of this. Sure its not Thailand or The Seychelles, but thats a good thing! Here on the small and unassuming island of Coron off the northern end of the island of Palawan tourism is still in its infancy. Here local culture still thrives, prices are cheap and tourists are fewer in numbers than in some of the more well know beach resorts around the world. But here the quality and quantity of beautiful limestone lagoons, tranquil turquoise seas and breat ...