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Canoeing in Lake Holon, the crater of Mount Parker.

Lake Holon, said to be the Crown Jewel of the South because the peaks of the Mount Parker ( local name is Melibengoy) looks like a crown. It is a volcanic crater lake formed after it erupted wayback 1641, the depth of this lake is still unknown but imagine its on top of the mountain with an elevation of 4,700 feet above sea level and an area of 370 hectares, more or less. Once at the camp site, you can choose your activities - canoe ride or kayak, swimming, fishing, cooking, photo or video-taking and foot or fish spa just along the coast of the lake.

TAGS: Canoe, Lake, Philippines

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Date Taken: 12.2014
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