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Interesting, but a bit too crowded

This is one place included in a day island hopping tour in Isla Gigantes Norte. It's a small lagoon... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Manila, Philippines
Small Lagoon

If you've been to Palawan, you will instantly recall the rock formations although this one may be... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2018
Jonathan D
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Isla de Gigantes Sur, Carles, Iloilo Province 5019, Philippines
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is one place included in a day island hopping tour in Isla Gigantes Norte. It's a small lagoon that gets filled with water deep enough for swimming during high tide. That's when crowds really visit the place, resulting in a long wait before you...More

Thank CzarEmmanuel
Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

If you've been to Palawan, you will instantly recall the rock formations although this one may be the smaller version of it. The place was stunning and it was as good like how you see it in the pictures. Each group can only stay though...More

Thank Jonathan D
Reviewed 21 February 2018

It's really good to have seen this place. It's majestic to think that it was hidden unto the world. This big rocks has really something to say how nature can give you more. Just be careful with crossing the rocks, its hard to go up...More

Thank Joena J
Reviewed 31 May 2017

The place is small and can fit in just about 20-30 people during low tide, as the water depth can go up to 2 meters and slightly higher during high tide. There is an entrance fee collected (I can't remember if it was 50 or...More

Thank Scrattie
Reviewed 9 May 2017

We went to Gigantes around August to September last year and missed this place since the water current was too strong. Everybody was giving positive feedbacks regarding this place so we visited Gigantes again last week just so we could see this. It was our...More

2  Thank wenlong3788
Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

If you really want to visit this attraction make sure to pass through Carles port and visit the tourism office there because if you pass through Estancia port you can only visit this spot once the tourism marshall leaves. That is, if your local guide...More

2  Thank MediciBoy
Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

its sad to know that there are requirements for you to visit this island..we were informed by our tour guide that we must use the Carles Port as the point of entry to the Gigantes Island for us to visit the island..too bad and we...More

1  Thank chibog888
Reviewed 20 December 2016

Tangke is a natural saltwater pool/lagoon that is popular among tourists because of its emerald green crystal clear waters and the magnificent rock formation surrounding the pool. I found out from other people that the place is comparable to Coron island in Palawan but they...More

1  Thank Belle P
Reviewed 20 September 2015 via mobile

Ever been to Coron? This place is just like that with the clear water and the rock formations surrounding the lagoon! Most of my underwater shots were captured here because of the clear water! Amazing, really!

1  Thank Levijoy G
Reviewed 22 January 2015

To reach this attraction one's bangka moors at rocks which you then scramble over with the help of your guide if on a half day tour as part of a Gigantes Hideaway Resort package, although the other four less promoted establishments on Isla de Gigantes...More

2  Thank Victorianlad
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