My stay in Coron is one of my most unforgettable experience since I started to travel. We went to the majestic Kayangan lake, amazing Twin Lagoon, wondrous Siete Pecados, interesting Barracuda lake, sunken Japanese shipwrecks, and so many more.
Barracuda lake is name after the two (2) barracudas living in the lake. The type of water here makes this type of fish survive.
Kayangan Lake is one of two lakes in Coron island (out of 8 lakes) that are open to the public. There is a steep 10-15 minute uphill climb of approximately 300 steps towards the inland lake. Midway through the climb is a view deck overlooking the lagoon. Dubbed as the ‘cleanest lake in the Philippines’, it is surrounded by a karst scenery of limestone cliffs and guarded maintained by Tagbanua tribesmen.
Kayangan Lake is 70% freshwater and 30% salt water. One may choose to swim or snorkel in the lake, or simply float around in a life jacket (http://www.ilink.ph/kayangan-lake).