Kayangan Lake in Coron Island Palawan Philippines Destination is an unforgettable of crystal clear waters and paradise-like surroundings, Kayagan is a must to visited in Coron. To reach Kayangan Lake will require about 10 minute hiking to the other side of the island. There are also 135 steps/stairs until you reach the other side.
Make sure you have this items:
-good traction slippers/shoes
-light, easy to carry bags
-cameras to capture the breath taking view and scenery
Kayangan Lake in Coron Island Palawan Philippines is one of the sacred sites of the Tagbuana Tribe who are the guardians of the lake and the island.
Kayangan Lake is one of two lakes in Coron island (out of 8 lakes) that are open to the public. The Lake is surrounded by a karst scenery of limestone cliffs and guarded maintained by Tagbanua tribesmen. Kayangan Lake is 70% freshwater and 30% salt water.
How to Get Kayangan Lake in Coron Island Palawan Philippines Destination
By Air – From Manila book a flight to Coron, Palawan where Kayangan Lake is located. Major airlines like Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines have direct flights to Busuanga (USU). Skyjet also fly direct to Busuanga.
From the airport, hire a van to Coron Town. Travel time is 30 minutes.
At Coron Town, join a tour to Kayangan Lake. There are a lot of tour operators in town who offer packages tours including Kayangan Lake or charter a private boat going to Kayangan Lake.
By Sea – 2Go travels this route twice a week, Tuesdays and Fridays (15hrs). From Manila Going to Coron is now possible via overnight ferries;
From the town proper, you can either join a group tour (Coron Island Tour) or charter a private boat going to Kayangan Lake.
Coron Island Tour Rates: P1500 – P1800 (per person, ALL IN).
Note: Check the itinerary first before booking. Some tour packages don’t have Kayangan Lake in their itinerary.
If your group is big and you want to charter a private boat and be in control of your itinerary, you can book with Calamian Tourist Boat Association.
Standard Boat Rates: P2000 (2-4 pax); P2500 (5-8 pax); P3000 (9-15 pax)
Note: The rates above do not include entrance fees, guide fee, and food.
Entrance Fee: P200 Tour Guide Fee: P500
Other places to visit in Coron Island are Banul Beach, Twin Lagoon, Barracuda Lake, and Siete Picados.