May 15, 2005
The small lagoon is definitely the more spectacular of the two. The boat will stop about 200 yards from the lagoon, as the water is very shallow, and you have to swim and snorkel the rest.
Needless to say, the underwater scenery is as spectacular as the one above the water.
Then, suddenly, you are surrounded by vertical rocks with amazing vegetation on them, while the water (almost like transparent glass) takes on this turquoise-green colour and reflects the sunlight in all directions, almost like a gem.
The sounds of the jungle combined with the tranquility of the lagoon will stay in your memory forever. The big lagoon is equally as spectacular, with a large platform in the middle for resting, diving, and sunbathing.
If you are lucky, you will spot anything from sea turtles (be trigger fast with your camera) to barracudas in the deeper part of the lagoon.
From journal The Magic Islands of Bacuit Archipelago