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It is not often that you find a luxurious resort complex, set in amazing scenery on the shores of a lake, that is equipped with fantastic amenities and only just over 100kms from Manila.
Mountain Lake Resort is such a place.

Set in lush and green surroundings beside a beautiful lake, Mountain Lake Resort is an amazing venue that is bound to have an appeal for all age groups within a family as well as be a great venue for businesses looking for somewhere to stage a company get together and team motivation/bonding days.

The vast majority of the facilities are appealing to all visitors, and can be selected on an ‘a la carte’ basis to suit your motivation as well as your pocket and we will cover those shortly. One of the truly unique appeals of Mountain Lake, is the amazing Arnold Palmer designed 18 hole golf course which plays in the settings of Caliraya Lake and surrounding mountains, around which the whole resort is set and is not only spectacular but a highly enjoyable, if not challenging, course to play. Of course if your not into golf in any way, then the other eclectic amenities and activities are stupendous.

The fishing is also great, and you can catch very tasty Dory fish and once you have, the resort will have them cooked for your evening meal – you could say that was a truly delicious feature!

There is so much to do and occupy you, that is difficult to know where to start, but whether you a little lazy or highly active, there are a lot of activities (rates depends per activity) and obstacles course (P150/Head) to choose from, rest assured you will never be bored!


  • Lake Cruise (P250)
  • Swimming Pool
  • Kayak (P350)
  • Zipline & Hanging Bridge (P150)
  • Biking (P250)
  • Swan Boat (P350)
  • ATV
  • Duck Feeding (P50)
  • Bubble Soccer (P250)
  • Jetski (P2,500)
  • Banana Boat (P1,500)
  • Fishing (P250)
  • Kalesa (P80)
  • Golf
  • Astrocamp
  • Lake Fishing
  • HorseBack Ride (P300)
  • Bonfire (P800/Pit)


  • Slide & Drop
  • Wall Climb & Slide
  • Tire Challenge
  • Cable Balance
  • Karated Kid
  • Tarzan Swing
  • Military Crawl
  • Log Crossing
  • Horse Back Ride
  • Palo Sebo

That gives you a good flavour for the place and of course there are more leisurely activities such as a gentle stroll through the magnificent gardens or a walk across the hanging bridge (not for the faint hearted as it sways quite a bit!). Another relaxing pastime for the nocturnal visitor, is the Astro Camp; best experienced around 3am for a wonderful view of the cosmos.


The hotel itself has winning amenities and everything you might expect from a multiple star facility, including:
● Restaurants on-site
● Souvenir Corner
● Massage
● Car Parking
● Daily Maid Cleaning
● Conference Room
● Night Security

In the main body of the resort there are a selection of excellent quality guest rooms that range from Standard to Superior including Family Rooms, but far more uniquely, you can also book various size cottages that will sleep between 4-10, or, my favourite, a luxurious Boat House which extends on stilts into the water and includes a waterside balcony – a memorable experience.

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There are also Glamping Tents for 2 or 4 people. Mountain Lake Resort really does have it all and no matter what you expecting from a visit you will not leave disappointed and will simply be thinking when you can get back there for another visit!


Hotel Rooms

  • Standard Room P2,900
  • Deluxe Room P3,200
  • Superior Room P3,800
  • Family Room P4,900
  • Extra Bed P800

Amihan Cottages

Non Air-conditioned, TV & DVD, Hot & Common Shower
  • Amihan Small 4-6pax P3,750
  • Amihan Big 8-10pax P5,300
  • Amihan VIP 4-5pax P5.300
  • Extra Bed P600


  • Twin-sharing P4,200
  • Extra Bed P850

Glamping Tent

Special all-weather camping tent, common shower and comfort rooms, fan, mini sala set, power outlets, outdoor chairs.
  • Twin Sharing Tent P2,200
  • Quad Sharing Tent P3,100
  • Extra Bed P400

How to get there

By Private Vehicle:

Option 1 – Through South Expressway
Take the South Expressawy all the way to Calamba Exit. At Calamba Crossing (SM Calamba), turn right. Straight ahead using the highway passing towns of Los Banos, Bay, Vistoria, Pila, Sta Cruz and Pagsanjan.

After passing the Pagsanjan Archway, you will see a T road at the end of which is a Catholic church. On the T road, turn left to Lumban, then drive for 4 kms, then you will see a Y road, take the right. Drive the 6 kms ascent, then you will see Caliraya Recreation Center. Approximately 5 kms further, on the left side is the entrance to Caliraya Springs Golf and Mountain Lake Resort.

Option 2 – Through Rizal
From EDSA take Ortigas Avenue and turn right at the first intersection after the Cainta junction towards Taytay. Following the main highway bound for Laguna, pass through the eight municipalities of Rizal. Make a U-turn at Barangay Bagong Silang, Lumban to start ascend to Caliraya Lake.

By Public Transport:

Option 1 – From Cubao
From the Cubao Bus Terminal, take a bus bound for Pagsawitan. This ride will take you about 2-2.5 hours travel time. Upon reach Pagsawitan terminal, take a tricycle or a jeepney with the signboard “Lumot”. This ride will go up using Lumban-Caliraya-Cavinti Road, pass by Caliraya Recreational Resort/Caliraya Resort Club, Inc., Lagos Del Sol Resort then after you will see Entrance gate of Caliraya Springs Golf and Mountain Lake Resort.

Option 2 – From Metro Manila Bus Stations
Take a ride at the Sta Cruz-bound bus of HM Transit on EDSA Cubao or Green Star on LRT/Taft Avenue.

Contact Details:
(02) 257 2244
Globe: 09178360717 / 09952197807
Smart: 09296908115 / 09989893832

Manila office
35th Floor, Atlanta Centre, No. 31 Annapolis St.,
Greenhills, San Juan City, Metro Manila

Mountain Lake Resort Caliraya Springs
Brgy. Eat Talaongan, Cavinti, Laguna

Facebook: Mountain Lake Resort
Instagram: @mountainlakeresort



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