The Cavinti Falls, more popularly known as Pagsanjan Falls, is a three-drop waterfall in the Philippines. Located in Cavinti, the province of Laguna, it is one of the major tourist attractions of the region. The locals know it as Magdapio Falls.
On April 27, 2013 I went to Pueblo El Salvador Cavinti Nature’s Park & Picnic Groves to see the Cavinti Falls at around 4 p.m. with my twin brother and other CouchSurfing.org members. This was after visiting Mount Ping-As and Saint Peter of Alcantara Church.
I hope I can visit Cavinti again soon. I’d like to see the municipality’s other natural wonders like the Cavinti’s Bumbungan Twin Falls, the Cavinti Underground River & Caves Complex, and the Bayakan Falls & Bat Cave.
Barangay Tibatib-Anglas, Cavinti
Coordinates: 14°15′45.32″N 121°29′59.86″E
Longest drop: 390 feet / 120 meters
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