i thought when our boat docked, it was already kayangan lake. the water was clear and it looks ok. but our boatman said that it is not the lake yet. we had to do a short up and downhill hike (well if you are my age, short is relative) to get there. it just rained so we took our time to avoid slipping because the steps are muddy, uneven, and in some areas jagged pieces of rocks held together by cement. there are wooden rails you can hold on to but some are a little bit loose. good thing we wore good sandals. after 15 minutes we reached kayangan lake. if you are familiar with the glass sculptures of ramon orlina, i think that is the thing that came to my mind to how kayangan lake looks like. it is nature's work of art: one of the cleanest and clearest water i have ever seen. not so salty, no corals, little fish, saw lots of small snails, shrimps, and crablets. but for me, the attraction of the lake is the lake itself and its sharp and beautiful rock formations. my husband and i did snorkeling and it was fun just looking at how clear the water is. as a whole, it takes your breath away, again something to be proud of in our country. i just hope they fix the steps, for now just be careful and you will be ok and prepare another entrance fee, i think 200 pesos per person. it is worth every centavo and even more.
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