Los Baños, Laguna

Laresio Lakeside Resort & Spa 

This new resort in Laguna just opened last April 2015. It is located at Alviar Compound, Purok 1-B, Brgy. Tadlac Los Baños, Laguna.

From Manila, you can ride a bus going directly to Los Baños or when you have a private car, you drive through South Luzon Express Way then Calamba Exit then going to Los Baños.

Alligator Lake?

The Alligator Lake or Tadlac Lake is located at Brgy. Tadlac. This is listed as an inactive volcano by Phivolcs. The lake is situated directly below the Northeastern slope of Mt. Makiling and has no outlet and is only replenished by rainfall.

The lake -filled Maar (broad, low relief volcanic crater caused by phreatomagmatic eruption or an explosion which occurs when underground water comes into contact with hot lava or magma.

The largest know maars are found in Seward Peninsula in Northwest Alaska.

Aligator Lake is considered as an oligotrophic lake, having low nutrient content and low algal production resulting in a very clear water with high drinking- water quality.

Laresio Lakeside Resort & Spa offers different packages depending on what kind of activity you want.

  • 32 feet cliff diving
  • 13 feet cliff diving
  • Balsa Rafting
  • Kayaking
  • 100 feet Slip and Dive
  • Vine Swing
  • Zip line
  • Wall Climbing
  • Rappelling

100 Ft Slip and Dive

This is one of the must try amenities of Laresio. This is a 100 feet slide towards the lake. This is very safe because it is wider than the usual pool slide. You will also be provided with a life jacket for non-swimmers.

I have tried Slip and Dive several times and its really amazing to experience this kind of slide.

32 ft Cliff Dive

Part of the package is to experience the 32feet cliff dive. This is the most highlighted part of the Laresio because it is the only resort that offers this kind of amenity.

If you ask if its scary?? Yes it is. I only jumped once and conquered my fear. Yes, it was really scary and after I jumped, I realized that I had fear of heights. It took me awhile to jump and did so many attempts.

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