10 Best Lakes in the Philippines

Lakes in the Philippines are popular spot for diving, chilling and sight seeing. Since the country itself is surrounded by waters, many water formations emerged and some gains popularity and became a tourist spot. There are lakes that are popular for its weird water temperatures, frightening deep, wide area, healing power and more.

The following are the best lakes in the Philippines you may be interested in visiting this year.

10 Best Lakes in the Philippines

1. Kayangan Lake

Kayangan Lake

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Kayangan Lake is the most cleanest lake in the Philippines. The water is fresh and clean which is a good snorkeling spot. Rocky mountains can be observed mantled mangrove forest. This lake is one of the tourist destinations in Coron, Palawan, Philippines.

2. Baracuda Lake

Barracuda Lake

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Barracuda Lake is famous weird dive site in the Philippines. This lake is just near Kayangan Lake. Barracuda Lake in Philippines is interesting since the temperature has three levels. The top is cold, deeper goes warm, and deepest goes hot. These changing is visible in our naked eyes, experts call it thermoclines.

3. Mount Pinatubo Crater Lake

Mount Pinatubo Crater Lake is an amazing lake located 90 kilometers away from Manila. Situated in the boundaries of Tarlac, Zambales and Pampanga provinces, this magnificent lake holds the record as the deepest lake in the Philippines.

4. Taal Crater Lake

Taal Lake

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Taal Crater Lake is considered as an active volcano in Batangas. Gazing at the lake, you will experience the meaning of awe. It is considered as a complex volcano, you want to know why?

5. Lake Holon

Lake Holon

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Lake Holon is also called as Melibenghoy by the locals. This is a peaceful lake situated in South Cotabato. Trekking will not be an easy adventure since the trails have many obstacles, this is the reason why adventure lovers always seeks this place.

6. Lake Sebu

Lake Sebu

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Lake Sebu is a very popular tourist destination in South Cotabato and a home of many wild animals. There are 7 waterfalls in Lake Sebu and a zipline adventure where you can pass the 3 waterfalls. This 7 Falls Zipline Adventure makes a great push in the popularity of Lake Sebu.

7. Lake Balinsasayao

Lake Balinsasayaw

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Lake Balinsasayao is a deep lake located in San Jose Negros Oriental. The Lake is calm and peaceful and you can find many birds flying around. There is a viewing deck where you can have a wide view of the lake and the mountains.

8. Bababu Lake

Lake Bababu

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Bababu Lake is believed to be a sacred place of healing by the locals. The lake is composed of sea water and fresh water since it is connected to the sea. There is an underwater cave that connects the lake and the sea which is an exciting adventure for cave divers. Cave divers tend to enter the lake through the underwater cave and then back to the sea.

9. Bulusan Lake

Bulusan Lake

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Bulusan Lake is popularly called as the Switzerland of the Orient which is located in Sorsogon. Bulusan Lake is one if the attractions in Bulusan Volcano Natural Park. Philippine Hawks, Flame-breasted fruit doves and Philippine-eagle owls can be seen in the area. Kayaking is the most popular thing to do in Bulusan Lake.

10. Lake Pandin

Lake Pandin

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Lake Pandin is popular for its cool rafts. You will ride a raft which has a roof and have dinner with you family in the center of the Lake. This lake is a popular family destination in Laguna.

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  1. ysmael mykee arumpac August 25, 2015

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