Twin Lagoon is a landmark often seen in Palawan postcards -- this sublime Coron attraction is a picturesque destination that’s also perfect for leisure swimming and relaxation.
If you’re looking at Twin Lagoon in an elevated spot, you’ll surely see that it is nothing short of breathtaking — this secluded tourist spot boasts of clean, cerulean waters and impressive karst walls that could render anyone breathless. Just don’t be content with the view though, get in the water, float around — the pristine waters is best enjoyed when the crowds have not yet arrived. Visit the other twin lake by swimming through a narrow passageway. You’d be surprised to notice that the water’s temperature in the lagoon alternates from warm to cool — this is a unique phenomenon that occurs when the lagoons’ freshwater meets seawater.
Twin Lagoon is located in Busuanga Island, Coron, Palawan.
Opening Days and Hours
The Twin Lagoon is open to visitors from 8:00 to 16:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance fees are included in Coron tours that cost from PhP 1500 to PhP 3500 (USD 30 to USD 70.) Those who did not avail of any tour need to pay PhP 200 (USD 4) for the entrance fee.
How to Get There
- Fly from Manila to Coron via Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines.
- From the airport, board a van to Coron town proper.
- At Coron, avail of Coron Tours.
- Backpackers/Solo Travelers
Time to Spend
Average time spent here is between 1 to 2 hours.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
Twin Lagoon can get pretty crowded come noontime. Hence, it is best to visit the attraction in the morning.
A buffet picnic lunch is included in most Coron Tours.
- Calamian Island
- Kayangan Lake
- Sangat Island
SeaHorse Guesthouse, Zuric Pension House, Koskosnus Garden Resort, Sunlight Guest Hotel, and Coron Westown Resort are some of the best accommodations in Coron. Rates range from USD 30 to USD 120.