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About Twin Lagoon Entrance, Coron

Overview of Twin Lagoon Entrance

Twin Lagoon Entrance is a place in Coron in the country of Philippines. If you have enough time to explore the interiors of the city, you will pass by Twin Lagoon Entrance.

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Address: Coron, Palawan, Philippines

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  • Twin Lagoons is another special place in Coron - the boats will dock in the big lagoon outside, and we swam to the entrance of the smaller lagoon inside limestone cliffs, where the only available entrance is via wooden staircases which can only handle one person at any given time as the pass is very narrow. The other entrance via a cave underneath was not passable due to high tide. Once inside the smaller lagoon - the water is a mix of 60% fresh water and 40% sea water, producing a somewhat brackish green colored water.

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  • Amazingly beautiful, but on the verge of destruction. There are way too many people, poor local guides pulling groups of floating Chinese tourists and boats coming in right into the lagoon means the corals are dying fast, snorkeling is impossible as the view is completely blocked by the petrol and oils from sunscreen. Government needs to act fast if they want to protect this wonder of nature.

  • This was a memorable place for me. We also did cliff diving by jumping off the top of the stairs. Water is deep. I dropped my glasses. It's a good thing it fell on the part where you can still see it. Our boatman got it back for me.

  • It's a thrilling experience and a test of courage to swim in a lake with unknown depths

  • This was the most favorite part of my Coron visit! I really enjoyed snorkeling with the life vest on because swimming long is challenging. The view is very beautiful! Try going there when it's low tide so you can experience going under some rocks on the way to the middle of the lagoon. If you know how to swim, try checking out the shipwreck below.

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