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Lake Pandin is one of the lakes of San Pablo. They offer tours in the lake. We rode a raft and we had lunch somewhere in the middle if the lake. They prepared local cuisine with buko jiuce as refreshment.
The place is good for...More
Its our first time visiting Lake Pandin.
FOOD- surprisingly good
-lots of additional fees before reaching the lake:(
-2 hours is so bitin
- live vests are the worst that ive seen ( please please change all vests for guests’ safety)
This area is underrated. Few people visit it despite being not that far from Manila. The lake itself is really pretty and the place is perfect for a relax morning or afternoon. No pollution, no noise, just beautiful mother nature! Recommended.
We had an impromptu trip at Lake Pandin when one Sunday he's just decided to go. No preparation whatsoever, we went as if we're just going to the mall. It's about three hours away from Manila, depending on the traffic. The road going there is...More
Fresh air, fresh foods & fresh water to swim. Be prepared with a 15 minute trek to the lake. If it's rainy, it could be muddy and and slippery. Just be patient because your destination is so worth it. Upon arrival, the fresh air from...More
Lake Pandin is being run by locals within the community. I love the unique idea where you can eat lunch while on tour a floating balsa on the way to the swimming area. No entrance fee. 360 pesos each (group of 4 or more) for...More
Its quite a dirt road to walk on to get to the lake. But once you reach it you'll be amazed by its beauty. There are rafts made out of bamboo that has the capacity of 5-7 persons. The 'boatman' is very helpful and the...More
We are temporarily living in Manila for my husband's job. And we made our way down to the San Pablo area for a weekend getaway. We brought our three kids, ages 5,3,1. This was honestly one of our favorite things we've done since we've been...More
We used Waze to get to the parking lot and a guide was ready to bring you to the Lake. That's about 10 minute treck thru a dusty trail. Once you reach the take off point, you register and queue for your turn to have...More
Hi! I’m not sure what’s the easiest way bu commute from Tagaytay. I think the easiest is to take a van in Pala Pala going to Calamba. From Calamba take a jeep going to Sta. Cruz, Laguna. Then ride a jeep going to Nagcarlan... More
Hi! I’m not sure what’s the easiest way bu commute from Tagaytay. I think the easiest is to take a van in Pala Pala going to Calamba. From Calamba take a jeep going to Sta. Cruz, Laguna. Then ride a jeep going to Nagcarlan, just tell the driver you are getting off at Lake Pandin. From there you just need to walk for about 10mins going to the lake. You can ask around from people there. :)