Bukal Falls, Laguna

I have been to many places but there are a few that really stands out and I consider Bukal Falls as one of them. This place is very enchanting. Other falls could not compare with the pristine and color of it’s magical water. I guess it is how the light reflects on this place that creates this color. It transitions from transparent to a gradation of bluish green hues. The water is very cold and I cannot recall of any other falls this cold even when the weather is hot.

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Calatagan, Batangas

Calatagan, Batangas has a lot of classy resorts to offer if you’re wanting a relaxing and comfortable stay. To enjoy the beach, you don’t need to ride a boat and go to an island. They offer first class amenities where you can relax, swim, eat and take a fancy shower like in a hotel. The water is very still so the beach is like a gigantic swimming pool except for the changing tides. Swimming pools are also available for both kids and adults if you prefer a safer swim.

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Hulugan, Talay and Hidden Falls

There are many waterfalls in Laguna but there are 3 falls you can go to as a set. We went to San Salvador and register and got ourselves a tour guide. The first falls that we went is Talay falls which is small but has a big pool and then a few meters walking up was Hidden falls which is more majestic. Then you have to go down proceeding to Hulugan falls. The walk would probably take almost an hour.

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Tagaytay

Tagaytay is an easy place to go to for a very relaxing day. You can take a bus in Baclaran or Coastal mall going to Tagaytay then ride a jeep (people’s park) or tricycle at the rotonda going to the picnic grove. The best thing to do here is to have a picnic and talk with your friends while enjoying the view. Other activity available here is to ride the zip line and horse back riding. You can also take a boat if you wish to go to Taal volcano. Rate is from 1,500 to 2K.

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