The Twin Lagoons are one of the must-see destinations in the Coron Island Hopping Tour.
The first lagoon is where the boats dock, while the second lagoon is hidden, the only access of which is a small crevice underneath the rock, or during high tide, a ladder over the rock.
One may notice that the waters in the twin lagoons may sometimes be blurry, this is caused by the meeting of the salt water and fresh water.
The temperature of the waters in the Twin Lagoons also alternates between warm and cold (similar to Lake Barracuda, where the cold freshwater meets the hot salt water.
It is very relaxing to just take a life jacket and just float and drift in the lagoon.
Kayangan Lake is by far the most popular spot on Coron Island and for good reason. You cruise into the ‘parking lot’, which in itself is an immaculate reef with crystal clear water.
After parking the boat you take a short hike up the stairs to the viewpoint before clambering down the other side to reach the famous Kayangan Lake. It’s a crystal clear brackish water lake with unbelievable underwater rock formations, which make it one of the most incredible sites in Coron, Palawan.
Siete Pecados is the name of a group of 7 small rocky islets laying a few hundred meters off Busuanga Island’s coast.
This spot is one of the most popular in Palawan, and the easiest to get to from Coron town.
The coral reefs surrounding the islets are among the healthiest in the region, even though they are visited by crowds of snorkelers daily.
Siete Pecados has lots of reef fish, some turtles, and huge schools of barracudas.