Look: The Seven Serene & Stunning Lakes Of San Pablo, Laguna
Yua Dominguez | May 16, 2017
Visiting seven calming lakes is the perfect weekender escape— the relaxing and marvelous scenery of each lake will release all the stress and tension from that toxic work week.
Though each lake is distinctly prominent, not all are accessible to tourists. Only Yambo, Pandin and Mohicap Lakes are available for swimming, rafting, and chilling in the middle of the tranquil water.
Make a routine! Do your early morning stretching and jogging while admiring the view of Sampaloc Lake.
Yambo Lake & Pandin Lake
Twin lakes Yambo and Pandin Lake are favored by most tourists. Get a full grasp of nature by renting a raft while enjoying sumptuous lunch in the middle of the stunning water form.
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Bunot Lake is not easy to access but we were lucky enough to see the fishermen in action one early morning. It was truly a sight to behold.
The trail leading to Calibato Lake is short and simple. No need for hiking shoes and strenuous cardio to witness the lake's surprising beauty.
Just appreciate Palapakin Lake’s view while on a joy ride with friends.
At Mohicap Lake, you will be able to internalize what peace and serenity truly means.
How to go here
- Ride a bus going to San Pablo Laguna
- You may hire a tricycle to bring you to all 7 lakes or just choose the ones you prefer
- Only Yambo, Pandin and Mohicap lakes are accessible to tourists
- Head over Majayjay for Bukal and Majayjay Falls
- In Pangil Laguna ,you may hike another mountain to see Buntot Palos Falls
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