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We frequently go to Lake Caliraya in Laguna to enjoy its beautiful scenery. For a day trip to Caliraya, we just bring our tents, plenty of snacks and drinks, blankets, and jackets and then we head off to Eco-saddle Campsite. The scenery here is calming. The gentle breeze relaxes your body and mind. As my mom said when we were here, "Life is not a beach. It's a lake!"
For those who are more adventurous, you can stay overnight at Eco Saddle. You can sleep inside your tent or you may opt to rent one of the huts for PhP 300-600, depending on the size. There are also comfort rooms (with electricity) scattered around the place.
I'm just not sure how much they charge for overnight stay but if I remember correctly, we were charged PhP 150 per person on a day trip. If you want a Caliraya adventure but you are on a tight budget, Eco Saddle is the right place for you.
By private vehicle:
Through South Expressway…
Take last exit to Calamba, turn right to Calamba Junction towards Los Banos all the way to Pagsanjan Church. Turn left passing through to Palacol Bridge going toward Barangay Bagong Silang and start ascend to Caliraya Lake.
From Edsa take Ortigas Avenue turn right at the first intersection after the Cainta junction towards Taytay. Following the main highway bound for Laguna pass through the eight municipalities of Rizal. Make a U-turn at Barangay Bagong Silang, Lumban to start ascend to Caliray Lake.
By commuting: Take a ride at the Sta Cruz-bound bus of HM Transit on EDSA Cubao or Green Star on LRT/Taft Ave. The bus will go through South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and will exit at Calamba tollgate. Get off at the terminal in Pagsawitan, Sta. Cruz, Laguna then ride a jeepney with "Lumot" signboard. The Lumot-bound jeepney will take you directly to Lake Caliraya. (Note: There are few public transport/jeepneys that descend from Cavinti/Lake Caliraya. Please consider this when planning your trip.)
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