The waters in the Philippines had never been so refreshing and relaxing. Exploring North to South and East to West, nature never failed to enchant and entice everyone as they come to discover what it offers. For those who love to dip in the cold and hot natural waters, here are the best places for you.
Located in Coron, this is one of the two lakes out of eight that are open to the public. Getting there takes about 10-15 minutes climb. Midway through is a wonderful view deck with an amazing view of the lagoon.
Located in Puerto Princesa, this came from the Spanish words “Bahia Honda”, meaning deep bay. It is specifically found on the eastern coast of the Palawan Island, southwestern part of the Philippines. It is being used both for subsistence and commercial fisheries, as well as recreation. Boats for rent are available for those who want to travel to nearby islands. One ideal activity here is snorkeling.
Found in Bucas Grande Islands of Surigao Del Norte in Mindanao, this park marks a mystical Sohoton Cove, Sohoton Lagoon, and seven attractive islets. The Sohoton Cove is the entrance of the lagoon, which is only passable during low tide because it is half flooded.
TWIN LAKES OF BALINSASAYAO AND DANAO
Located in the City of Gentle People, Dumaguete City, this is a perfect place for unwinding and having fun with family or friends. Among the two, the Lake Balinsasayao is more accessible, with a perfectly positioned viewing deck. To get down to the lake, you need to go through the man-made stairway located on the other side of the road where a café is found. Made of limestone rocks, the stairway is covered with moss and are definitely slippery. Be very careful with each step and see the beauty of a beautiful paradise.