Done with Lake Janagdan

Lake Janagdan is a crater lake 1,120 miles above sea level occupying the caldera of Mount Janagdan, a dormant volcano in the north-central part of the island of Leyte.

The time we conquered Lake Janagdan in 2018 was a time where I was caught up with my schedule. I just came from a Limasawa Island adventure, went straight to trekking, and attended major engagement as Speaker afterwards.

Because of that, I wasn’t able to write for a blog. (Huhu) Instead, I just created a chronologically arranged the photos in an album in Facebook and captioned each of them.

I know… I know that a blog story has better layout, presentation, and feel while reading. Nevertheless, you can still get the glimpse of the fun and excitement of our Lake Janagdan journey here.

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