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    Three Falls Marilag Ecopark in Sta. Maria, Laguna

    Just inside the Marilag Eco-park in Sta. Maria town of Laguna, Three Falls is a cascading three waterfalls with cold water of Sierra Madre mountain range.

    To get there, you need to drive about an hour away from the the highway (Manila East Road) boundary between Siniloan, Mabitac and Sta Maria then trek another 30 minutes to get to the actual park

    About 30 minutes trek from the park entrance

    my Snadugo trekking shoes got wet again :)


    Marilag Ecopark
    Three Falls

    Entrance fee/Admission

    adults: PhP20.00
    children PhP10.00
    cottage rentals: PhP250.00

    bringing of food/drinks allowed. no alcoholic drinks
    overnight camping is allowed (bring your own tents)

    How to get there:

    about an hour from Manila East road, set your phone to Marilag Ecopark on Google and you'll get there, weak mobile signal at the site

    by commute, from EDSA crossing, ride a jeepney going to Tanay, Rizal. in Tanay, transfer to a jeepney going to Sta Cruz but ask to be dropped off in Sta Maria. Ride a tricycle in Sta Maria going to Marilag Ecopark

    Related post:
    List of Waterfalls in Laguna

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    posted by GingGoy @ 8:00 PM, ,

    Lawton/CCP to Cavite Ferry Fares and Schedule

    Cavite to Manila Ferry

    Owner Shogun Ships Co. Inc. and Seaborne Shipping Co. Inc.

    MV ISland Sabtang (57 seater) trip schedules from Cavite and Liwasang Bonifacio

    5:15 a.m., 7:45 a.m. and 5:45 a.m.

    Seaborne Mercury ferry seats 27 passengers
    Cavite to CCP trip schedules


    free fares starting until Jan. 9, 2020 (for Seaborne), and until Jan. 31, 2020 (for Sabtang).

    After a month, passengers will pay a regular fee of P180 per ride, while students, senior citizens and people with disabilities will pay a lower fare of P114 to P128.
    Children aged 3 and below will enjoy free rides while those between 4 and 11 will pay P80.

    more information to be posted once i get hold of their telephone numbers or facebook page/website


    posted by GingGoy @ 2:46 PM, ,