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Pandin Lake is one of the seven lakes located in San Pablo City. It is located in Brgy. Sto. Angel San Pablo City, Laguna.
You can do a day trip, you can go swimming and ride the lamo (balsa) and enjoy the refreshing water of Pandin Lake. You can also have a glimpse of the Yambo Lake which is just beside the Pandin Lake.
From the city proper of San Pablo, drive north-east along Nagcarlan road and find another one of the seven gems in this part of Laguna. The 'Pitong Lawa' or "Seven Lakes" are crater water forms, all of which have distinct charms, alluring many of an adventurous soul.
Pandin Lake, San Pablo City Laguna Philippines
June 10, 2017
With Solomo and Sernande Family
Just a few hours away from Manila, travelers can find peace and solitude. Pandin Lake has been one of my favorite getaways in South Luzon. It's so peaceful and refreshing that even for a few hours, you can forget how busy your life is. As of 2017, I've visited this place six times.
Pandin Lake is one of the famous seven lakes of San Pablo and the cleanest one. There is a small community around the lake and the women get their income from the balsa rides (yes, women maneuver the rafts). A day before you get there, make sure to arrange a reservation with Ate Siony (+639299789565) especially i ...
San Pablo in Laguna is largely made up of agricultural lands blissfully situated at the foot of Mount Banahaw and Mount Makiling, making it a great destination for ecotourism activities. San Pablo is also known for its palm-fringed lakes with mirror-like reflections. It is dubbed as the "City of Seven Lakes" composed of Lake Sampaloc, Yambo, Pandin, Bunot, Kalibato, Muhicap and Palapakin. Of the famous 7 Lakes of San Pablo, Lake Pandin and Lake Yambo are the cleanest and beckon tourists. They are dubbed as "The Twin Lakes of San Pablo". Just roughly 3 hours away from Manila, San Pablo is ...
Location: Barangay San Lorenzo, San Pablo City, Laguna, Philippines
San Pablo City of the province of Laguna is endowed with seven lakes which according to volcanologists are maars or low-profile volcanic craters, namely: Lake Bunot, Lake Calibato or sometimes spelled as Lake Kalibato, Lake Palakpakin sometimes spelled as Lake Palacpaquin or Palacpaquen, Lake Muhikap also known as Lake Mojicap or Lake Mohicap, Lake Sampaloc which is the largest of the seven lakes and the twin lakes of Pandin and Yambo.
Lake Sampaloc is situated in the heart of San Pablo city proper, thus, it is quite acc ...