Seems like we were lost in the utopia of Coron, Palawan. Immeasurable length of endless body of water. Nowhere can be found, soil! After cruising several hours we saw a black island, black giant limestone cliffs are the primary distinction of it. Getting closer to the said island, we felt certain bizarre, we were little bit weary, seems like it was dead. Dark clouds filled the sky, maybe a bad sign to not pursue to dock, but we need to, and so we just endured the cruise.
Surprisingly, shimmering fine white sand welcomed us, apprehension gone. Sparkling crystal clear water also showed their most treasured vibrant coral garden underneath with colourful fishes dancing gracefully. We couldn’t help but to succumb ourselves to this beautiful paradise.
|Venice & Lorie|
Then we wandered in the sequestered beautiful Black Island, there we found a twin caves. One has small entrance possessed with dark passageway. The other one is known as the big cave, incredible huge frontage amazed our group. Here, seems skylight worshiped the big cave. Nature really mastered how to sculpture a great masterpiece through it stalagmites and stalactites.
|The First Cave|
|The Second Cave.|
Black Island is truly gifted by nature with incomparable variety of gems. Beautiful lost paradise indeed.
Acknowledgement: Would like to thank my travel buddy, Ton for lending his underwater camera. You're the best! :)