Pick up at 7:00am. We will drive approx. 2.5 hours southwards, to the old town of Pagsanjan. Upon arrival, you board on a canoe for the trip to the falls.
As your boatman starts rowing upstream the sight of lush greenery & towering cliffs unfolds before you. You will reach the main fall about 1 hour (not reachable at high water). A bamboo raft will take you underneath this waterfall. An awesome experience! (Not suitable for small children).
Your trip downstream is an exciting experience as you “shoot the rapids”! Your boatman will skillfully maneuver the boat between the rocks & boulders until you reach the calm river of Pagsanjan. During the summer time when water levels are low, there are certain points that your boatman need to carry the boat.
After the tour, have lunch before heading back to Manila.
Round-trip private air-conditioned transfers:
- Gas, toll fees, service of a tourist driver
- Canoe ride with boatman
- Rental of cushion, life vest and hard hat rental
- Bamboo raft pull under the main waterfall – Registration, environmental & Cavinti Fees
- Visit Caliraya Lake
- Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery
** The cost of add ons is at your personal expense and payable on the spot. An additional Php 400 extra per hour applies to cover the waiting time of the car with driver.
**Pick-up and drop-off is from Makati Business District, Bonifacio Global City, Pasay City and Malate District areas only. Extra charges for the other areas of pickup and/or drop off
1 person – 9,000 pesos
2 people – 5,000 pesos per person
3 people – 4,000 pesos per person
4 people – 3,500 pesos per person
Pagsanjan Falls is a famous waterfall located in the town of Pagsanjan, Laguna province in the Philippines. It is also known as Magdapio Falls and is considered one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the country.
To reach Pagsanjan Falls, visitors usually take a boat ride up the Pagsanjan River. The boat ride is an exciting and scenic adventure, as it takes you through narrow gorges and rapids, with stunning views of the lush forest and towering rock formations along the way. Along the river, visitors can also see small villages and farms, and may encounter locals fishing or swimming.
Upon reaching the falls, visitors can admire the majestic waterfall, which drops about 120 meters from a height of about 300 feet. The waterfall is surrounded by lush vegetation and rock formations, and visitors can swim or take a bamboo raft ride to get closer to the falls.
Aside from the boat ride and the falls themselves, there are also other activities that visitors can enjoy in Pagsanjan, such as hiking and zip-lining. The area also has a variety of restaurants and shops where you can buy souvenirs and sample local delicacies.
Overall, a visit to Pagsanjan Falls is a must for nature lovers and adventure seekers who want to experience the beauty and thrill of the Philippines’ natural wonders. Just be prepared for a bit of physical exertion, as the boat ride and the trek to the falls can be challenging for some.