Barracuda Lake is composed of brackish water, a combination of fresh and salt water. The lake is known for it’s unique thermo-clines, which are distinct layers of cold, warm water and hot water. These thermo-clines can be experienced while diving. This is caused by the meeting of the cold fresh water and the warm salt water.
The Twin Lagoons are one of the must-see destinations in the Coron Island Hopping Tour. The first lagoon is where the boats dock, while the second lagoon is hidden, the only access of which is a small crevice underneath the rock, or during high tide, a ladder over the rock.
Banol Beach is a small stretch of sandy white beach and usually where lunch is served during Coron Island Hopping Tours. Banol Beach is a public beach, and similar to the beaches in Coron island, is surrounded by a majestic backdrop of limestone cliffs.
SKELETON WRECH REEF GARDEN
Skeleton Wreck is a popular Snorkelling spot in Coron Bay. It is also possible to scuba dive this small 25m long Shipwreck. The top of the Skeleton is 5m deep and going down to 22m at the stern. This is an easy dive ideal for beginners. The reef is also really nice with a teeming reef life giving good underwater pictures opportunities. It is possible to rent a fisherman boat in Coron to go on a Snorkelling day tour to explore the best spots around Busuanga Island.
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