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    List of Waterfalls In Laguna: Beyond Pagsanjan Falls Boat Ride and River Trek

    Laguna can arguably be called the Waterfalls capital of the Philippines, beginning with the world-famous Pagsanjan Falls and numerous waterfalls from Mt. Makiling, Mt. Banahaw and the Sierra Madre mountain range that separates the province from the provinces of Rizal and Quezon

    List of Waterfalls in Laguna:

    Bayakan Falls, Brgy. Tibatib
    Kipot Falls, Bgry. Tibatib
    Magdapio Falls, Brgy. Tibatib and Anglas (popularly known as Pagsanjan Falls)
    Nakulo Falls, Brgy. Tibatib
    Subok Bakid Falls, Brgy. Labayo
    Talon ng Talaongan, Brgy. West Talaongan
    White Rock Twin Falls, Brgy. Sumucab

    Twin Falls: Developed, near highway

    Los BaƱos:
    Dampalit Falls, Brgy. Lalakay

    Bumbungan Falls
    Hulugan Falls

    Bukal Falls, Brgy. Bukal
    Taytay Falls, Brgy. Taytay: Developed, with access road and short trek down

    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)

    Bunga Twin Falls (Brgy. Bunga): Developed, with access road and short trek down

    Talon (named Matabungca Falls by self-serving politicians), Mt. Humarap (Sierra Madre)

    Pagsanjan Falls (the same as Magdapio falls)

    Ambon-Ambon Falls, Pangil
    Buntot Palos Falls, Pangil

    San Pablo City:
    Tarak Falls, Brgy. Sta. Veronica, San Pablo City

    Batya-Batya Falls, Mt. Romelo
    Buruwisan Falls, Mt. Romelo
    Lanzones Falls, Mt. Romelo
    Sampaloc Falls, Mt. Romelo

    sampaloc falls lagunaan old picture of Sampaloc Falls in Siniloan, Laguna but with jump-off point in famy town (photo taken using Canon Ixus 30)

    Sta. Maria:
    Three Sisters Falls

    Related Posts on Laguna:
    Laguna Jeepney Routes
    Bus to Sta. Cruz, Laguna

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 8:45 PM,


    At Jul 14, 2013, 11:21:00 AM, Anonymous Patrick said...

    I've heard of a falls similar to niagra falls but I can't remember the place. I saw it on the news.

    At Jul 15, 2013, 11:37:00 AM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    patrick, there's no waterfalls in the philippines that can rival niagara falls. the most majestic must be Tinuy-an falls in Surigao del Sur though

    At Aug 24, 2013, 8:31:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    @backpacking you are maybe Patrick is is referring to Tinuy-an falls. :)


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