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    Laguna: How to Get to Taytay Falls, Majayjay: Map, Entrance Fee, Camping

    Probably the second most famous waterfall in Laguna is Taytay Falls in Majayjay, next only to the world-famous Pagsanjan Falls. This falls was visited by Tutubi thrice in the past, when digital cameras were not yet the "in" thing, including a birthday treat to his now departed mother, giving it some sort of nostalgic value to the sentimental Tutubi.

    This travel guide to Taytay falls is for those souls looking at fresh information how to get there, what to expect and the usual entrance fee/environmental fee, overnight camping and parking rates.

    Updated: September 2016


    Travel Guide: Taytay Falls in Majayjay, Laguna:


    Taytay Falls, Majayjay, Laguna with a person swimming on the pool to add scale and estimate the height of the waterfalls, popular for camping and day trip (picture courtesy of Tutubi's cousin who recently went there)

    Taytay falls entrance fee: PhP30.00 (some call this environmental fee)
    Car parking fee: PhP40.00
    Camping: you can pitch your own tent on the best place you can see near the falls

    Notes and reviews:
    1. The water here is too cold, too cold even for the cold-resistant Tutubi 10 years ago that he wasn't able to swim too long in the ice-cold water from Mt. Banahaw.
    2. There are too many people on weekends, much more during Holy Week. It's sad that people leave their garbage instead of bringing them back and personally throw at trash cans.
    3. There are toilets available but not for the squeamish, with running water of course.
    4. Information and picture of Taytay Falls provided by Tutubi's cousin who recently camped out overnight at the place.
    5. You may combine this place with Pagsanjan Falls, Cavinti Underground River and Caves Complex and Panguil River Eco-park for your Laguna tour itinerary.

    How to get to Majayjay, Laguna:

    The street map of Taytay Falls in barangay Gagalot, please click here. You can trace back to Majayjay town proper or from Lucban. If you have a GPS navigator (or even an iPhone/iPad/Ipod or Android device with GPS app), you can point it to these coordinates: 14° 6.618N 121° 30.45E and get there without asking questions.

    On Commuting to Majayjay, Laguna, please click this link on How to Get to Laguna to reach Majayjay town.

    In Majayjay town proper, you need to take another jeep with signboard Gagalot to take you to Barangay Gagalot where the jump-off point to Taytay falls can be found.

    On reaching Gagalot, you need to pay the entrance fee then walk (on concrete pathway and steps) for a few hundred meters to get to the waterfall.

    Driving Directions to Majayjay, Laguna:

    from Quezon City, it's recommended to take the scenic Rizal route via Marcos Highway, Sumulong passing through the city of Antipolo, the Rizal towns of Teresa, Baras, Morong, Tanay, Pililla, and the Laguna towns of Mabitac, Famy, Siniloan, Pangil, Pakil, Paete, Kalayaan, Lumban, Pagsanjan then you turn left on reaching Pagsanjan Public Market (landmark: Jollibee), pass by the town of Magdalena before reaching Majayjay town proper.

    From Makati or southern cities of Manila, take SLEx and exit at Calamba (toll fee: PhP218.00 class 1 vehicle), head towards SM City Calamba then turn right. Follow the highway passing through the towns of Los Banos, Bay, Calauan, Victoria, Pila, Sta. Cruz, then turn left when you see GSIS Pagsanjan and Jollibee, pass by the town of Magdalena before reaching Majayjay town proper.

    In Majayjay town proper, follow this map to get there.

    On reaching Gagalot, park your vehicle and pay the entrance fee (PhP30.00) and parking fee (PhP40.00) then walk (on concrete pathway and steps) for a few hundred meters to get to the waterfall.

    If you noticed, Tutubi is trying to finish all travel guides to interesting places in Laguna :P



    Related Posts:
    Hulugan Falls
    Bunga Twin Falls
    Laguna Waterfalls
    Kalayaan Twin Falls
    Pagsanjan Falls Travel Guide
    Taytay Falls, Majayjay

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:30 PM,

    11 Comments:

    At Jun 4, 2014, 10:40:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    what is the travel time if you take antipolo-rizal route going to majayjay as opposed to taking the slex route? salamat po

     
    At Apr 11, 2015, 8:14:00 PM, Blogger cassanova prince said...

    do we need to open our GPRS to get in to the falls? Or do we have our guides to guide us to the falls?

     
    At Apr 13, 2015, 2:06:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    hi Cassanova, you mean to say GPS? you don't need to unless you're looking for the dropoff point. once there, you will find concrete steps to the falls

     
    At Jun 25, 2015, 2:47:00 PM, Blogger JoyC said...

    hello po ask ko lang po pano pumunta sa majajay falls if galing dito sa manila? may sakayan po ba sa moa na laguna. plan po kc nmen ng friend ko pa birthday gift na nmen thanks po:)

     
    At Jun 25, 2015, 5:50:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    joyC, walang sakayan sa MOA. sakay ka bus to Buendia LRT corner taft avenue. DLTB or GreenStar bus to Sta Cruz Laguna then follow directions above

     
    At Aug 6, 2015, 8:22:00 AM, Blogger Dunhill Alcantara said...

    meron po bang contact details un sa Taytay Falls? salamat!

     
    At Aug 6, 2015, 8:24:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    meron po bang contact details un sa Taytay Falls?

     
    At Mar 25, 2016, 8:15:00 AM, Blogger jocelyn lagto said...

    Pwd b kmi mkpg reserve ng cottege

     
    At Mar 25, 2016, 8:28:00 AM, Blogger jocelyn lagto said...

    Hi my available b n cottage jn

     
    At Apr 3, 2016, 10:59:00 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

    Pano po yung transpo galing cubao to majayjay falls please reply

     
    At Apr 3, 2016, 11:01:00 AM, Blogger Nick Solis said...

    Pano po yung transpo galing cubao to majayjay falls please reply

     

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