Kayangan Lake

Kayangan Lake, Coron: Address, Phone Number, Kayangan Lake Reviews: 4.5/5

Kayangan Lake
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Anhgie2013
Quezon, Philippines16 contributions
Mar 2022
We joined the Calamian Tours and the first place we visited is Kayangan Lake which you can swim even if you are not a swimmer. The lake is so clean and it is not cold. There are fishes swimming around.
Written 17 March 2022
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SamuelHarvey
Manila, Philippines271 contributions
Jan 2022
We were recommended to try to go there during 'off-hours' and we immediately understood why; large masses of Bankas (outriggers), noisy swimmers and instagram-driven photo ops were all present during our brief visit. Nonetheless, the view is beautiful, the walk up/down is fairly easy and can be done barefoot, and the lake itself is clear and dramatic.
Written 2 January 2022
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Justine G
3 contributions
Dec 2021
Ang fresh water lake na ito ay sikat sa buong mundo dahil sa visibility nito at sa limestone cliff. Ang Coron Island ay isa sa pinakamagandang lugar sa Pilipinas at sa buong Southeast Asia. Ang Coron Island ay isang espesyal na lugar. Marine Protected Area, National Park, UNESCO site at Ancenstral domain ng magandang Tagbanua Tribe. Ito ay isang natatanging protektadong isla ng limestone kung saan nakatira ang protektadong Balinsayao.
Written 31 December 2021
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timi8387
Makati, Philippines6 contributions
Dec 2021
Worth the visit :) The view was amazing and swimming at the lake was a real treat :) It was quite a climb going there so best be prepared to go up a significant number of steps.
Written 9 December 2021
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PeterFortaleza
Makati, Philippines2 contributions
Jun 2020
Kayangan Lake a must visit in Coron Palawan! going there was a bit hard, you will hike for about 15 minutes before you got to see the beautiful Kayangan Lake. Absolutely instagramable. I Super love it.
Written 6 May 2021
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Biboy Arboleda
Quezon City, Philippines197 contributions
Feb 2021 • Solo
My tour guide Jojo of Ellen’s Tours and Captain Avel of my banca , brought me into Kayangan Lake round 8:30am . It’s off season and low season due to Covid pandemic, so it was just one banca docked on the pier , ours!

Jojo and i trekked up to the vantage point for about 15 mins , i was able to admire the view and thank God coz there were not too many boats on the dock .

Then we trekked to the other side for The Lake and voila , we were the only two people there !!!
I owned the lake ! Yeah !

Beautiful Creation by God indeed !!!
Written 6 March 2021
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Christiinaaaa
Los Angeles, CA39 contributions
Feb 2020
This place is lovely. There is climb with the stairs, take your time. It is a great leg day workout to go up and down to this spot. I mos def will come back.
Written 22 January 2021
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eric-islandlife
Busuanga Island, Philippines11 contributions
Oct 2020 • Friends
Been here several times. But my last visit was during the lockdown and we had the lake all to ourselves. You could clearly see the botttom of the lake
Written 20 January 2021
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JuanMarko
Laguna Province, Philippines489 contributions
Mar 2020
70 percent water and 30 percent salt water is the best place to end the wholeday tour. Check out my full review of the place on YT just search "Kayangan Lake by Juan Marko"
Written 2 October 2020
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Dianne A
Brisbane, Australia155 contributions
Mar 2020
Our boat pulled up and we were told there was a bit of climbing involved from the day tour operator we were exploring the lakes and lagoons with. It's O.K. he said there are steps. Well there were 300 steps climbing up to the top of the mountain where the famous photos are taken. Then 300 steps down the other side to the magnificent lake. Not only that there was the return of 600 steps to get to the boat. I'm 72, a fanatic scuba diver, very fit but had the flu. I'm happy to say, I did it, and I'm super glad I did. It's a beautiful lake and snorkelling about in the magical clear water was well worth "a couple" of steps. Don't miss doing this. Dianne.
Written 12 September 2020
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