Kayangan Lake is one of Coron Island’s primary tourist attractions.After a steep 10-15 minute uphill climb of approximately 300 steps towards the inland lake, the crystal-clear waters of the lake will surprise you as it nestled into the mountain walls; underwater view is like a moonscape you can see it through sitting to beautiful rock formation of the lake. There’s a little wooden bridge that serves as pathway and platform to leave your things if you go for a swim.
Kayangan Lake is a brackish water lake containing 70% freshwater and 30% salt water. Tourist may choose the activities they want to do in the lake, it is either they come to swim into its crystal-clear waters, snorkel into moonscape underground view, take a stroll into the lake using bamboo raft, or just float around into the water surface wearing their life jackets.
How to Get to Coron
By Air, Busuanga is the jump off point to Coron. PAL Express,Zest Air, Skyjet, and Cebu Pacific have direct flights from Manila to Busuanga. Travel time is around an hour. From Busuanga, catch a van for an 45-minute ride to Coron town for P150.00 per person (2013 rate).
2GO travel, a union of Aboitiz SuperFerry and Negros Navigation services Manila to Coron. It is a convenient way of getting to Coron by boat.
There are also smaller steel hauls and trigger boats that ferry passengers and cargo from Manila, El Nido, Batangas and San Jose (Occidental Mindoro) to Coron. From Manila, here are the current operators. (Contact the shipping lines for schedule and fare information.)
- Operator: J.V. Serrano Shipping Lines (M/V D’Asean Journey, M/V D’Sea Journey)
Route: Manila-Coron and vice versa; Coron to Cuyo and vice versa
Contact Info: (02)-243-4595
- Operator: Atienza Shipping Lines (M/V Josilee-II, M/V April Rose, M/V Q-Carrelyn-III)
Route: Manila-Coron-El Nido-Liminangcong and vice versa
Website : http://www.atienzashippinglines.com
Telephone No. : (02)-986-3118 and (02)-536-8123
courtesy of: lakwatsero.com, lonelyplanet.com, ilink.ph