It is one of the two lakes (out of 8) that are open to the public. Situated in one of the Calamaniares group of islands in Northern Palawan. It is surrounded with steep limestone cliffs and panoramic postcard scenery. Home to the Tagbanua tribe who maintained and guard the island being part of its ancestral domain.
Dubbed as the “Blue Lagoon” due to its crystal blue water, it is a National Hall of Famer Awardee as the Cleanest and Greenest inland body of water in the Philippines. Going to the lake is a 10 to 15 mins uphill climb where one will be treated to view the most photographed site of the island. The lake is a mixture of fresh and arid waters that gives a relaxing effect to the body. A perfect place to take a dip, swim and snorkel while enjoying its scenic surrounding.