Kayangan Lake: A Hidden Paradise

If you would ask me if I love to travel alone I’ll be glad to say yes, I love going to places particularly areas on my bucket list. I am already working now so that makes it hard for me to update my blogs but what my work now allowed me to travel places. And one of those places is here, a Hidden Paradise.


This place is called Kayangan Lake of Coron, Palawan; one among the thousands of islands situated in the Philippines. It is a 1-day journey by boat from Puerto Princesa, Palawan. I can’t tell you how much a boat costs from Coron to this lake since we used our own rubber boat just to reach this wonderful destination.

We’ve received by the local government representative and the entrance fee was actually free provided we gave them snacks and other foods while they guard and maintain the area.

Upon reaching this place you’ll be welcomed by natives of the area and a small fee around 300Php that is more or less 7USD, a small hike towards the lake and boom, you will witness a hidden paradise deprived of civilization, unharmed, so clean and peaceful. It is a perfect place to unwind and be one with nature.


I strongly advise if you would like to come here be it as early as possible. Good for us we went here like 8am in the morning and we are the first to arrive so we were able to capture this wonderful place.

I spent a lot of swimming around viewing the underwater scene.  Everything is just worth it.

P.S. Don’t forget to bring goggles and cameras. You’ll miss half of your life if you fail to bring them. =)


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