The Blue Lagoon


Captivated by Coron

Part 3 of 9

Perhaps the most famous spot in the island. Overly used as a backdrop for the Department of Tourism campaign. But who could not be blame? Kayangan Lake, known also as the Blue Lagoon is really irresistibly beautiful. As one encounters the domain of this natural wonder, one should hike uphill for 5 minutes and another 5 minutes downhill. Dont be surprised if monkeys would greet you along the way.

Awaits the cleanest lake in the Philippines with its pristine turquoise blue and emerald green waters mirroring the tall rock formation adjacent to it, and at the same time making visible yellow boulders beneath its calm salt and fresh waters. The mustard brown deck compliments well the color of the lagoon. Few minutes to relax and just soak into tranquility would be the best way to commune with nature. Minus the noise of the tourists, just listen to the chirping of the birds and the silence of nature- it is really peacefully beholding.

Scenes on the way to the Blue Lagoon

The stone dock

The view of the Coron Bay  from the cave uphill

The view of the lagoon downhill

Panoramic view of the lagoon

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