There's Nothing Like A Refreshing "Fruity" Experience At Laguna's Lanzones Falls
Maui Sanvictores | May 26, 2017
Summer is almost at its end and people from Manila are frantically going around the country to make the best out of the holidays. You worry about where to go next. With the clock ticking to a countdown to rainy days, all you need is an exciting and memorable adventure that does not take too much time, effort, and money.
Drive east of Manila for 2 hours and let your thirst for adventure be quenched. In this part of Laguna, south of Sierra Madre Mountain Range, lies the the town of Siniloan. We zoom in to one of it treasure trove of natural wonders: Mt. Romelo.
The mountain houses more than 7 waterfalls that allows space for wander and wonder. Rewind to 2 weeks ago, we (Team Choose Philippines) went on to witness such beauty. I must say, Lanzones Falls is my favourite out of the four waterfalls we have gone to.
The intimacy, authenticity, and simplicity that it exudes went right on to my core. Boulders after boulders, crossing gorges leading to its secluded raging waters are moments that I get to bring back with me to the city.
Splatter about it shallow parts or get your quiet around its corners, this piece of tropical zen is your best bet for ending summer 2017 with a bang! So, water you waiting for? Pack your bags, ready your trekking shoes, and let us know in the comments below about your adventure in Laguna!
How to go there:
- From Manila, hop on a bus heading to Siniloan Laguna
- From the town of Siniloan, ride a public transportation that will bring you to Buruwisan Falls (one of the seven Falls at Mt. Romelo)
Where to go from Lanzones Falls:
- Visit all 7 waterfalls in this side of Laguna (Buruwisan Falls, Old Buruwisan, Sapang Labo Falls, Twin Falls, Sampaloc Falls, Batya-batya Falls, and Lanzones Falls)
- Zip right on to the town of Pangil and visit Buntot Palos Falls