Sometimes also referred to as Kayangan Lake, this beautiful lake is one of Coron Islands‘ well known spots. More than once recognized as the cleanest lake in the Philippines, it’s underwater stalagmites-like structures and caves are even more majestic than the limestone walls surrounding it.
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