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Travelog: Carayan Resort in Majayjay, Laguna

Howdy, Guys and Gals! How’s everything goin’? I’m hoping that everyone is enjoying the time of his/her life as of this moment. Me? Hmm… still stuck here in the office doing nothing blog write up about my weekend escapade last month (October 13-14, 2012) at the Carayan Resort which is located at the heart of Majayjay, Laguna, Philippines.

Welcome to Carayan Resort!

Wonders of God’s creation like nature are truly bliss. A priceless way to rejuvenates and freshens up our senses. Well, simple pleasures need not to be costly because just by embracing God’s wonderful arts, you’ll truly be awakened on how beautiful life is can be. The humming of the trees, birds chirping, the sound of the flowing water, and soft whispering sway of bamboo trunks were just some of awesome nature marvels.  

the swimming pool

And, how and what if this indescribable things are paired with incomparable man’s thinking in order to create a superb 3-4hrs away from the Metro getaway destination. Out of imagination and inspirations from places they’ve been to, the owner developed the resort by using scraps from their Junk Shop. Yeah, amazing is not enough to describe Carayan Resort. It is beyond of ingenuity and imagination.

Beautiful surroundings! The river on the other side was clear and cold.

Yes, you read it right… all of these were from scraps and the furniture; they came from a bodega sale. Spell C-R-E-A-T-I-V-I-T-Y and R-E-S-O-U-R-C-E-F-U-L-N-E-S-S!

This room is perfect for lovers. The clean white mattress of the bed invites everyone to lie down and enjoy the serenity. Rooms are available for more or less P1000 per night with no headcount limits. In line with this, fellow TRTs poses like couple, that’s what you call having FUN and enjoying each other’s company. So, if you and your barkada are on a tight budget it won’t be a problem at all at Carayan. And oh boy, they also offer Buffet Breakfast and Lunch for only P150 and 200 per head, respectively, which is inclusive of drinks like coffee.   (^_^)

the rooms, dining area with a view

Yeah, it is truly perfect of a quite escape from the busy world of the Metro. Furthermore, if you don’t want to swim on the overflowing spring water of the pool, one has an option and is free to take a dip on the cold water of the river that made Carayan Resort stands out among other resorts. A man-made and nature’s water adventure could be yours on Carayan Resort.

But wait there’s more! With its prime location, Carayan Resort is also a trajectory to different destinations both Laguna and Quezon wherein you can have short trips to the tourist attractions like the Underground Cemetery, Bunga Falls and Church of St. Gregory which is loacated in Nagcarlan, Church of St. Bartholomew and Taytay Falls in Majayjay, Church of St. John the Baptist and Tsinelas Stores in Liliw, and the famous Kamay ni Hesus in Lucban, Quezon.

Swimming pool with overflowing water from the mountains.

How to get there?
By Public Vehicle
1. From Cubao, Take HM Transport bound to Sta. Cruz, Laguna which terminal is located at the back of Mang Inasal and near Victory Liner Terminal. (Estimated Fare: P140-P150/person)
2. From Sta. Cruz, Laguna, ride a jeep going to Liliw, Laguna. (Estimated Fare: P20-P45/person)
3. From Liliw, Laguna, one can take a tricycle going to Majayjay, Laguna. (Estimated Fare: P30-P50/person)

By Private Vehicle 
Just follow the map below. *wink*
just follow the map for direction.
Estimated Budget: P1000/person.

Hmm… can’t wait to go back here with my friends, families and loved ones. (^_^)

Carayan Resort and Tourist Inn

Have a good day!
Hugs & Kisses, 


  1. Nakapunta nako sa Majayjay pero di po dito sa Carayan Resort. Ang ganda naman po dito at sana ma visit rin namin to soon. Pwede pa nga itong i list as one of best resort in Philippines. I will refer this to my friends. Malapit lang naman siguro to sa Rizal di po ba? Thanks for sharing.

    1. Hi Zumi! I'm not sure if malapit siya sa Rizal pero ang alam ko may shortcut going there if you're coming from Rizal.


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