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.
For those that do not want to climb 300 steps, an alternative is the nearby Barracuda Lake which only has 30-40 steps.
Kayangan Lake, dubbed the 'cleanest lake in the Philippines', 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.
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