Its the time of the year where days are getting dull and dreary and heavy rains are getting a hold on you and your adventures. Rainy season can be a nightmare for us, adventure-seekers!
However, rain should not stop us on having to enjoy life!! Guys, You Only Live Once. So maximize it! ❤️
Where to next?
Even during the rainy season, you can still enjoy this outdoor activity! Laresio is the best place to enjoy even when the rain is pouring hard 🌨 Kahit mabasa ka ng ulan gora lang sa pagswim!
Laresio Lakeside Resort & Spa is located in Los Banos, Laguna, specifically in the Alligator Lake. Fun fact: this lake was once a home for alligators during the Spanish colonial period. Don’t worry, as of this moment, alligators are already extirpated in this place! (Maybe… jk)
The place features extreme water activities like a 13ft and 32ft cliff diving and the like. Adrenaline rush!!
Our experience is totally unique compared to our beach/swimming trips! Our courage was really tested here. Sadly, I wasn’t that brave enough to try most of the activities in the place. But Kiel did!! It was fun daw and I am now actually regretting why I didn’t maximize the place 😭😭😭 (SO GUYS PLS DO CONQUER YOUR FEARS AND TRY EVERYTHING!!)
- Zipline Land
- Zipline Lake
- Wall Climbing
- Aqua Cycle
- Lake Fishing
- Water Seasaw
- Swim (swimming pool area)
- WATER ACTIVITIES!!!
- 13 feet Cliff Dive
- 32 feet Cliff Dive
- Slip n Fly
- Slip n Dip
- Blob (Jump n Fly)
- Vine Swing
- Balsa Rafting
- Stand up Paddle Board
HOW TO GET THERE?
From Cubao/ Buendia:
- Ride a Bus bound to Sta. Cruz Laguna (around 110 pesos)
- Drop off at Bagong Kalsada
- From Bagong Kalsada, ride a tricycle going to Brgy Tadlac, Laresio Lakeside Resort (9pesos)
- Transportation (back and forth): around 250 pesos
- Lunch (restaurant available inside): ranges from 80-400 for rice meals
- Resort Activities:
Visit http://www.laresio.com for bookings and reservations 😊