Hulugan Falls Travel Guide

November 16, 2016 Laguna, Philippines


We all know Laguna is home for numbers of waterfalls, naming Pagsanjan Falls and Majayjay Falls. Hulugan Falls is also one of the hidden gems of Laguna. If you're hankering for a  weekend getaway, go on and continue reading! With just a few hours away from Manila, your weekend adventure will all be worth it!

Location:
It is located in the heart of Luisiana, Laguna.


How to get there:
  • Ride a bus bound to Sta. Cruz. There are bus terminals from Cubao, Pasay, and South Station that en routes Sta. Cruz. Alight at the bus terminal in Sta. Cruz. Ride a jeepney bound to Lucena and alight at Luisiana (Hulugan Falls). Finally, ride a trike to the barangay hall for registration and then off to the drop off.
Expenses:
  • Round trip bus fare to Sta. Cruz = P204 (from South Station)
  • Round trip jeepney fare to Luisina = P60
  • Round trip trike fare = P40
  • Tour guide fee = P400-500/guide. Max person per guide is 5. 
What to bring:
  • Packed lunch and trail snacks
  • Plenty of water
  • Trash bags
  • Waterproof camera 
  • Waterproof bag
  • Waterproof everything
  • Toiletries for washing up
  • Extra clothes


Crossing Huluhan Falls

You can also visit two more waterfalls, the Talay Falls and Hidden Falls but that's optional. The trek to those two other falls is quite harder than of to Hulugan Falls. I suggest not to wear your favorite shoes because the trail if composed of slippery rocks, soft soils, and mud. You'll be crossing streams and you'll be swimming in the falls so it's much better if your have your trek sandals with you.

More photos:


HIDDEN FALLS

TALAY FALLS




Talay Falls





The gang - Photo credits to: Chel Breva

Hope ya'll enjoyed my post! If you have any questions, just leave them on the comment box below. Thank you! :) XX

23 comments

  1. Wow, the falls is stunning!

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  2. Love the photos! And super lapit laaaang! Will suggest this to my cousins. <3

    PS. I kinda find it hard to read because of the small font. Huhu

    xx, The Diary Queen

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    1. You guys should go! :)
      I figured that, hehe, I changed the font size already, is it readable now? :)

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  3. The falls are very beautiful! I didn't know trek sandals exist. Hahaha. I'd still prefer shoes tho. :)

    Loi x Wanderlaska

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    1. Yes, there are hiking sandals. It's easier to clean and dry kasi, that's why I prefer the sandals :)

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  4. Awesome! I love adventures like this.

    www.jeannieinabottleblog.com

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  5. Hi, Nika! Love your new minimalist home! Love the photos of this post toooo! <3 I'm just having a hard time with the text 'cause it's a tad too small for me, not sure if I'm the only one :( But overall love the new look of your blog! :)

    Ochi | Ochi In The City

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    1. Hi, Ochi! Thank you! I changed the font size na, I hope it's readable na. I don't to change it too big because I think it's going to ruin the style, haha. Thanks again! :)

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  6. These photos are absolutely stunning :-)

    Hugs,
    Hannie from Missing Wanderer

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  7. 21 years in this Earth - and in the PH, no less - and I still haven't been to any waterfalls. Hahahuhu. Love the photos you included. I should add Laguna to my travel plans soon.

    xx, Richel Goes Places

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    1. They make trekking worth it! And Laguna has many waterfalls to offer! :)

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  8. Haven't been here yet (even if I spent 4 years living in Laguna) huhuhu and now this wants me to pack my bags and go on adventure. Putting this on the bucket list hehe

    xx jhanzey.net

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    1. You're lucky, Laguna has so many hidden gems! Thanks for dropping by! :)

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  9. OMG this place is so so glorious *insert heart eyed emojizzz*


    Noor | Noor's Place

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  10. Looks amazing!x
    www.basicallyalice.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. Those waterfalls look simply beautiful!!
    It must have been amazing to see so many beautiful falls during your trek!

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  12. Wow, this place is breathtaking, simply fantastic.

    xo
    www.carinavardie.com

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  13. Wow this is so gorgeous! Sounds like quite the adventure too. Great shots!

    -Emily www.coatandcoffee.com

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  14. Wow ganda ng falls. I've only visited one falls in my life. Hope I could visit that someday :O Thanks for sharing!

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  15. That's one big waterfalls. I was raised and born in Laguna, and you are correct about Laguna having a lot of bodies of water. I have tried going to Buntot Palos Falls and Ambon-ambon falls. Ganda rin.

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