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Enchanted as it is..

It was almost dark when we came to the lake, I heard the noise of the surrounding insects, creepy... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2017
Jenny R
Serene & cold place...

This is where me and my husband spend our weekly dates. The place where we find peace, that one... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2017
banwa1
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Irosin, Philippines
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“natural park” (4 reviews)
“bird watching” (2 reviews)
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Luzon, Philippines

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Reviewed 13 June 2017

It was almost dark when we came to the lake, I heard the noise of the surrounding insects, creepy, and the road was narrow and steep but when we reached the top, it was breath taking. It was so peaceful and the lake was so...More

Thank Jenny R
Reviewed 24 May 2017

This is where me and my husband spend our weekly dates. The place where we find peace, that one cold place. We love sipping some coffee or hot chocolate here. Spending time walking the trail of it, enjoying the afternoon and sometimes pitching our big...More

Thank banwa1
Reviewed 5 May 2017

It's a 2-3 hour ride from Legazpi. The road condition is good. When you get to Bulusan lake, you'll find a very serene place surrounded by a thick green forest. You can enjoy boating, trekking or just seat back and appreciate the nature.

1  Thank wanderer1076
Reviewed 9 March 2017

thi s an active volcano with a hot pool resort at the feet of the mount. you have to ride a tricycle going to this place from the main road.

Thank Jerick G
Reviewed 11 February 2017 via mobile

The main attraction of this Natural Park is a beautiful lake surrounded by a preserved, majestic forest. A very cool, soothing breeze envelopes the area. Entrance fee is about 20 pesos per person. Kayak rent is 100 pesos. Boat ride is 600 pesos for up...More

1  Thank ForestDuck
Reviewed 5 April 2016

From Sorsogon city, we took the south bound AH26 called the Pan-Philippine highway and first went to the Mateo Hot and Cold Spring Resort. We left the place grudgingly and a half-hour drive from there took us to lake Bulusan. As soon as you enter...More

Thank GitaBhukta
Reviewed 28 March 2016

Bulusan Lake is a little below the Bulusan Volcano itself. Although we didnt get a good view of the volcano as it was covered in clouds (it was drizzling when we went there), but the view was beautiful.. If you are a nature lover, you...More

Thank MamuniGracie
Reviewed 21 March 2016

Just got here on march 21, 2016. They require you to have a guide for 150 pesos just for walking along the trail around the lake. There are constructions also. Not recommended. Maybe better next year.

Thank Renante N
Reviewed 11 January 2016

We went to Bulusan Lake and did some kayaking. Although it was a bit rainy, we still enjoyed the calm waters of Bulusan Lake. Very picturesque. Will definitely go back.

Thank Sonia L
Reviewed 4 January 2016 via mobile

Watch out guys, it is closed now because of the Typhoon, which was here before the Christmas. You can get to the lake and rent a kayak, but that's it- no trekking path are accesible. Now it is not worth the journey. Anyway we took...More

Thank Vendula H
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