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Full Video Coverage On Visiting The Pagsanjan Falls

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“The most popular way of reaching the falls is through the Shooting the rapids boat ride, which originates from any of the resorts along Bumbungan and Balanac Rivers. Two skilled and licensed boatmen takes one to three passengers on wooden or fiberglass, long, narrow canoes to the falls, which could take more than an hour of paddling upstream depending on traffic and water level. The journey takes passengers through the narrow and verdant Pagsanjan Gorge lined with huge boulders, rocks and small waterfalls. The ride upstream ends in a natural pool below the falls where an optional raft ride takes visitors through a curtain of cascading water to the Devil’s cave behind the falls. The return trip called Shooting the rapids is a thrill ride through fourteen rapids as the skilled boatmen maneuvers the boat through the narrow rocks as it head downstream.”(wikipidea.org)

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ONE OF THE FIRSTS: PAGSANJAN FALLS IN LAGUNA — LAKBAES ON THE GO

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Ever since we started travelling, we’ve always been eager to find a way to satisfy our weekend. For this weekend’s getaway, we decided to travel around the province of Laguna. Laguna is recognized by many for being the hot spring capital of the Philippines. But this is not the only thing they’re rich of. The […]

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Pagsanjan Falls — markribo

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I’m always fascinated to see a waterfalls, when I was small, the first body of water I saw was the Daranak Falls in Tanay, Rizal. It was so clean and the water looks painted (turquoise /blue greenish) and it’s really cold. But one thing I remembered was the Pagsanjan falls that is always printed on […]

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