When the weather warms up (oh we bet it will !), you know it is time to start looking for the best places to go swimming in Palawan, so that you can cool down with a dip. Jumping right into the familiar cool water, here are some our top picks on where to enjoy swimming in Palawan in the midst of summer
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Kayangan Lake in Coron
One of Coron’s most photographed attractions, Kayangan Lake, is surrounded teardrop-like limestone fromation cliffs, the lake is a mix of freshwater and saltwater, making it a great place to swim. Definitiley one of the Philippines’ cleanest lakes.
Black Island in Calamian Group of Islands
Black Island is in the Calamian Group Of Islands in the Northern Part Of Palawan and is near the Wildlife Sanctuary in Calauit. Its limestone walls create an illusion of a Black Island in contrast to its white sand and pristine beach.
Barracuda Lake, which is near Kayangan Lake, is one of two lakes (out of 8 lakes) in Coron island that is open to the public.
Big and Small Lagoon
The Big and Small Lagoon in El Nido is a breeding haven for fishes and crutasceans. It is set on the middle of karst limestone formations with crystal clear waters. The water is so clear and beautiful and being able to snorkel and see all of the tiny colorful fish is just amazing.