In order to get to the other side of the lagoon you have to climb a wooden stairs. It's just around 6 steps but it was a little uneven & narrow. When we got to the other side we just relaxed & because we had...More
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Amazing! The water temperature changes depending on the depth. Be careful with your belongings specially your sports cam/ gopro cams, make sure to attach a floater on it just in case it fall off from your hands. If you hate climbing a ladder, visit during...More
Our first stop in our island-hopping tour, the Twin Lagoon of Coron Island, Palawan. I have never seen such clean, clear turquoise waters before, and that of Twin Lagoon was so inviting you can practically jump into the water the moment your pumpboat stops and...More
Twin lagoon was probably my favorite lagoon from the Coron island tour because there were not many tourists. It is beautiful and you can swim and go where you want. Not much life in the lagoon though but it such a relaxing swim. The entrance...More
Our boatmen parked a little far from the entry point to the Twin Lagoon because there is a little crowding of the boats in the are. The boatmen are smart enough to take us all there safely and easily by making everyone in the boat...More
The place is tranquil, very relaxing.. better to go during low tide so you can experience passing through the small opening.. limestone rock formations are very beautiful.
a great spot to relax and cool off with a swim at the end of a days island hopping, for swimmers and snorkelers only as theres no place to sit other than the boat. But a great place still