|Miniature version of the Underground River entrance of the captivating blue lagoon.|
To enter the lagoon you have to pay in the registration center first for some of the basic fees. You'll be given a small boat to get here with 3 personnel ( 1 navigator + 2 guides ).
The place can only be accessed during low tides so its best to come here in afternoons but nothing beats the serenity of the place during early morning which in our case we are so blessed that it was new moon. In special lunar cases like the new moon low tides can be experience in the morning.
|Our tourist guides!|
|a horse shoe-shaped rock formations welcomes you into the lagoon.|
The beauty inside is enchanting and cannot be put into words. The serenity adds an irreplaceable quality in your experience. I do hope they can maintain that. Being alone with nature basking in its glorious beauty awakens that primitive need within you that only God's masterpiece can satisfy.
From afar you'll definitely notice this white limestone that's bare open amidst the vegetation. You'll be amazed and enchanted of such a beautiful nature's architecture. The locals says it's a church of the "encantos" (local version of elves) wherein lots of people here some hymnal songs when they got closer to that place. I have my fair share of encanto stories from my old folks back home and from what I heard they're completely like the elves in the 'Lord of the Rings' movie and whats strange is that those old people who described it to me has no interest in movies at all and I was old of those stories when I see still a kid back in the 90s. Still that lone bare limestone in the lagoon is very enthralling especially when you're at its presence you'll be given goosebumps when you come near it.
It's tranquil allurement will definitely calm your troubled heart for awhile. The diverse flora and fauna thrives undisturbed by men in millennia. The giant pitcher and iron wood is just one of the many. We even spotted a sting ray on our way out. I was amaze that the marine life from the sea actually frequently visits the place. I heard dugongs and dolphins go inside the lagoon too. The experience I had here will live on my memories for a lifetime and I will definitely come back someday. It's worth endless replays...
|known to be the hardest wood|