A natural pool tucked in Magpupungko Beach in Pilar, Siargao Island. It is a tidal pool exposed only during low tide, one of the deep crevice along the shore covered with waters during high tide but creates a jade green wide waters when the tide subside, perfect for swimming and snorkeling. It’s deepest part is about 18 feet on low tide. While swimming you can get the view and sound of the crashing waves to the shore, creating an infinity effect. Rock formations abound nearby, the largest of which is the Mapupungko Rock – a diamond shape rock sitting on top of flat rock as if suspended for some time before rolling off.
Just one of the nature’s wonders in Siargao Island!