10 Panoramic Lakes in the Philippines

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Heart-shaped lake, lake that changes color, lakes with clear water, and lakes that are just simply majestic. We’re lucky cause we can find those lakes in our country. You don’t believe it? Take a look at these scenic lakes in the Philippines.

Barracuda Lake in Coron, Palawan

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This weird yet popular lake in our country has three levels of temperature. The top is cold but as you go deeper, it goes warm, and then hot. Hmm… Interesting.

Siit Lake in Sulu

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Is love at first sight possible? Yup! I’m sure you’ll fall in love with this natural, heart-shaped lake which is likened to that of Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of Love and Beauty.

Kayangan Lake in Coron Palawan

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Clean and clear water… How refreshing. This unique lake is surrounded by scenic limestone cliffs instead of hills or a volcano crater.

Mt. Pinatubo Crater Lake

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Ah… breathtaking! Is it even real? This deepest lake in the Philippines is located in the boundaries of Tarlac, Zambales and Pampanga provinces.

Lake Sebu in South Cotabato

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Lotuses! What a majestic giant lotus pond! See those flowers in full bloom? So lovely…

Bababu Lake in Surigao

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It is not only beautiful, but it also believed to be a sacred place of healing by the locals.

Taal Crater Lake in Batangas

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This beautiful Taal Volcano’s crater lake is a lake within a volcano on a lake within volcano. WHAT??? Read again. Mind-blowing, eh? Here’s another one. Depending on the weather, the lake can turn brilliant blue or silver gray. Awe…some.

Lake Pandin in Laguna

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What could be more fab than riding a raft with a roof with your family or friends in the center of a majestic lake?

Bulusan Lake in Sorsogon

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Wanna see Philippine Hawks, flame-breasted fruit doves and Philippine eagle owls? Visit this stunning lake called as the Switzerland of the Orient.

Lake Balinsasayao in Negros Oriental

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What a calm and peaceful lake. This will surely take all your worries away. You can bird-watch too.

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