It’s not really surprising to know that Laguna has been a steady favorite for weekend getaways especially for people who are living in nearby provinces. It’s a place that’s filled with history, culture, and natural attractions that seem to entice visitors and leave them wanting to come back.
Furthermore, it has been a favorite for nature lovers and adventure seekers for quick and easy trips to the great outdoors - and for good reason. The province is filled with all kinds of natural beauties such as mountains, waterfalls, lakes, and more.
Here, we share 6 of our top favorites that might convince you to go out there and engage in nature while visiting the beautiful province of Laguna.
Seven Lakes (San Pablo, Laguna) – The town of San Pablo is known for its 7 lakes. Yes, you read that right. It doesn’t just have one or two beautiful lakes, it has 7 that are between two mountains, Makiling and Banahaw – to boast: Sampaloc, Yambo, Pandin, Bunot, Kalibato, Muhicap, and Palapakin.
Photo source: Snaps and Stories By Jovi
Mount Makiling (Los Baños, Laguna) – Anybody who knows Mount Makiling, knows the folklore behind it. This mountain range resembles a woman lying down on her back with her hair flowing and knees raised towards the sky. Now, even if you believe the old story or not, there’s no denying that one of Laguna’s most popular natural attractions is beautiful to behold and hike up to. Its Botanical Garden is also a must-see once you’re there.
Photo source: Lakbay ng Lakan
Cavinti Falls (Pagsanjan/Cavinti, Laguna) - Previously known as the Pagsanjan Falls, this is one of Laguna’s popular tourist attractions. What makes it great is because the trip to getting to the majestic waterfall itself is an adventure in itself. You can either ride a boat upstream or go on a 30-minute hike, sometimes rappel, to the valley to see it.
Photo from Out of Town Blog
Japanese Garden (Caviniti, Laguna)– Get to enjoy and relax at this very Zen garden that also serves as a shrine in memory of the Japanese who died during WW2 which was created by the Philippine-Japan Friendship Society.
Photo source: The Daily Posh
Mount Banahaw - Located at the boundary of Laguna and Quezon Province, Mount Banahaw stands the tallest in the Calabarzon region. This 3-peaked volcano complex can be accessed in several places within Laguna: Dolores, Liliw, Majayjay, San Pablo, Rizal, etc. It is known for its hot springs where hikers can relax during their trek.
Photo from Wikiwand
Hidden Valley Springs (Calauan, Laguna) - The famous Hidden Valley Springs in Laguna is perfect for those who just want some peace and quiet while being surrounded by Mother Nature. This tropical rainforest can be found between Mount Makiling and Mount Banahaw, creating a beautiful backdrop along with the natural tropical plants, giant ferns, and century-old trees towering over you. Its natural thermal pools are said to have pure minerals in them that can be medicinal and rejuvenating.
Photo from Traveloka
Ready to engage in nature? Here’s where you can have a safe stay at Laguna with RedDoorz’ best prices:
Where: Chipeco Avenue Corner Adventist St, Brgy 3 Laguna, 4027 Laguna, Philippines
Best Price: as low as ₱ 1,332.38
Where: 194 Mariano Manabat, St San Antonio, Biñan, Laguna Alaminos, Laguna, Philippines
Best Price: as low as ₱ 799.00
Where: Villa Lagos, Pansol, Calamba, 4027 Laguna, Philippines
Best Price: as low as ₱ 1,104.38
Planning to visit this province soon? Consider staying in any of RedDoorz hotels within Laguna. Our hotels within the province are located near most of these establishments including these places on this list, making your trip easier and better. Plus, with our HygienePass certification, you can rest assure that you and your family are safe during this time.
For the most comfortable stays at budget-friendly prices, choose RedDoorz. Book your stay by visiting our website and downloading our mobile application now!