Seven Lakes of San Pablo City (Basic Facts)

San Pablo City is being surrounded with seven crater lakes. This is why the place is called the City of Seven Lakes. Do you know the names of these lakes?

LAKE BUNOT

Location: Brgy. Concepcion
Surface Area: 30.5 hectares
Depth: 23 meters (maximum)
Known for: cultured tilapia and fishpens for Nilotica fingerlings


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LAKE CALIBATO

Location: Brgy. Sto. Angel
Surface Area: 42 hectares
Depth: 135 meters (maximum)
Known for: deepest among the seven lakes; it supplies abundant plant and and fish life to the city and neighboring towns


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LAKE PANDIN

Location: Brgy. San Lorenzo
Surface Area: 20.5 hectares
Depth: 63 meters (maximum)
Known for: the most pristine among the seven lakes; considered oligotrophic because of the abundant plant and fish life


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LAKE YAMBO

Location: Brgy. San Lorenzo
Surface Area: 28.5 hectares
Depth:
Known for: being oligotrophic and is suitable for swimming, outings and picnics


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LAKE PALAKPAKIN

Location: Brgy. San Buenaventura
Surface Area: 43 hectares
Depth: 7.5 meters (maximum)
Known for: cultured tilapia and silver carps that grow in fishpens and fishcages here provide income for the people living around the lake


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LAKE MUHIKAP

Location: Brgy. Sta. Catalina
Surface Area: 14.5 hectares
Depth: 80 meters
Known for: being one of the main suppliers of water in the city


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LAKE SAMPALOC

Location: behind the San Pablo City Hall
Surface Area: 104 hectares
Depth: 27 meters (maximum)
Known for: being the largest of the seven lakes


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