Laguna Province

About one-third of Laguna province borders Lake Laguna, formally known as Laguna de Bay, which is the largest lake in the Philippines. Laguna province is landlocked and doesn’t have any beaches but it more than makes up for it with other natural wonders. Laguna is blessed with some amazing waterfalls, natural springs, rainforests, and volcanoes.

This province is home to the Philippines most famous waterfall, Pagsanjan Falls, which is a major international tourist attraction. There is also a number of lesser-known yet just as amazing waterfalls such as Hulugan Falls in Luisiana, the challenging Buntot Palos Falls and Ambon Ambon Falls in Panguil (check out my video here), and Matabangka Falls in Paete. You also have the epic Mt Makiling which is a dormant volcano and the beautiful natural springs of Hidden Valley. To complement this you also have the magnificent hiking trails of Siniloan and Mt Romelo, both also containing some mind-blowing waterfalls and rapids. All of these epic places are only 2 to 3 hours drive from Manila and make for a fantastic day trip that you can have with friends and family.

On this page, I will go into more detail about the places that I have been to and can recommend for you to visit and enjoy. Laguna province really has so much to offer so get out there and enjoy it!