Nov 30, 2009

Twin Lagoon/Siete Pecados, Coron

Monday, November 30, 2009

Twin Lagoon got its name because of two lagoons that are connected via a limestone wall of narrow opening that is only visible during low tide. During high tide, one needs to dive a length of almost 2 meters to get to the inner lagoon. No entrance fee required for this site.



Siete Pecados was the finale of our Coron Island Tour. It has an entrance fee of 100 pesos. We didn't get to explore this site as much as we want to because it's getting dark and marine life is hardly visible via snorkeling and getting to the 7 islets is quite exhausting. We just snorkeled near the area where our boat docked and true enough plenty of different species of fish are there, excited with a piece of bread I was holding. This site is perfect for divers as marine life abound this area. I would suggest that you schedule this site in the morning to fully enjoy what this marine sanctuary has to offer.


What a day it was! Seeing all this islands in a day was so overwhelming. Thank God for this wonders and for making this trip possible. Also to Coronwonders for organizing this tour and facilitating a stress free trip.


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