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Brigada: Adventures in Marogondon, Cavite



I was a guest and co-host for this segment of Brigada to feature Maragondon as the next travel and adventure destination near Manila. Go watch and discover what the town can offer for tourism.

Monday, January 19, 2015

Lago Fishing Village– best for camping and fishing - ‪#‎CavEAT‬: Cavinti Eco-Adventure Tour part 14

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One of my favorite site here in Cavinti is the Lago Fishing Village. It’s a fishing site with nipa hut houses and two kinds of hotel. Lago Fishing Village is like an eco park to me because they have their own lake, it’s a big lake with lots of fish. Here they breed different kinds of fish – red tilapia, pangea fish, pacu fish and the alligator gar fish. All fish are for competition and fish sport activities. They installed dividers at the lake to separate the different kinds of fish. There are areas for the pangea and the alligator gar fish.


We tour around and they showed to us the pangea fish site, they showed to us on how big are the fish. We didn’t saw the alligator gar fish site, but they told us that its located in a far away location due to its carnivore kind.

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the manager of Lago Fishing Village

details from their FB page:

A scenic place within the Caliraya Lake area in Cavinti Laguna, Lago Fishing Village (LFV) is a sprawling 25 hectare property in Barangay East Talaongan. Operated and managed by Lagos Dela Sierra Group, Lago Fishing Village is the only resort that boasts of a 5 hectare private fishing lagoon for professional anglers as well as for families looking for a memorable bonding time together. The lagoon in Lago Fishing Village has all sorts of fish: from the favourite Tilapia (which average weight is more than 2 kilos) to the game fishing variety such as the giant Kanduli, Toman, Paku, Tarpon, Pangaseus, Carp, Baramundi, Florida Bass, Peacock Bass.

To ensure a pleasant fishing experience, the resort assigns fishing instructors to guide beginners to learn the basics of using rod and reel to fish. In addition, professional anglers are assured of an exotic treat as there is a special lagoon for fishing giant arapaima, giant Mekong Catfish, giant Alligator gar, and many more exotic monster fish.

The LAGO Fishing Village offers a 25 Room HOTEL and 11 Casitas (NIPA HUTS) accommodation for overnight and long term stay with complementary use of the Gym, natural pool with free use of WIFI. Furthermore, the Lago Fishing Village has a SPA complete with wet floor and sauna that is readily available for guests. Well trained masseuse will pamper the guests with the traditional hilot, Swedish and shiatsu massages that will ensure a relaxed body and mind throughout the guests stay in the Hotel.

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Alligator gar fish

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Arapaima fish

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Lago Fishing Village is a best spot if you want to be located nearby Cavinti town proper. The complex of this site is big, a mix of lake, flat land and hills. You can set your own adventure here and also do camp site if you have your own tent.

They also have a fishing equipment store and also can do on the spot fishing tutorials.This Feb.2015 they are conduct a free seminar and fishing 101 for kids. Check out their Facebook page for more info - https://www.facebook.com/pages/LAGO-Fishing-Village/239858609498045?sk=info&tab=overview

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Fishing site for kids

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Swam boat

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There are some season that they organize fishing competition here in Lago Fishing Village.



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I’m interested to stay here in their nipa hut cottages. My family is now planning to have a trip here in Lago Fishing Village, because the place is neat and quiet. The nipa house can be rented for a PHP 1500 for an overnight stay and good for three people.

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Here’s the bed.

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No aircon, but they have a ceiling fan
take note: its cold here at night.

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When I saw the bathroom…I got sold already! hahahaha


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You can also have a campsite near your nipa house. The manager said that you can pay an additional fee for the extra person, and there’s a corkage fee if you plan to bring your own food.

Lago Fishing Village have its own restaurant, you can order there anytime.



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Lago Fishing Village Hotel
--sorry I don’t have the rates.


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I think this is a deluxe room

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with extra bed on the side

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twin sharing bed

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a perfect room for honeymooners

The hotel room is nice and its already okay. The hotel was built for those who want an added luxury for their nature tripping. Accdg to the manager, their big time customers are the Koreans, because some of them are golfers and they sleep here after playing golf in Caliraya Mountain Lake Resort.
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The entrance of Lago Fishing Village.
Their location is just near the highway, but you need to cross a small downhill to reach the main HQ of this resort.

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Bamboo bridge that leads to the pangea fishing site.

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Here are the pangea fish.
a member of the catfish family

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I’m excited already to sched our next staycation here.


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During our snacks, a group of performers danced again for us.
They sent a thank you and a farewell dance, a cultural dance mix of tinikling and southern style dance.

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the flyer.

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As of now their website is down, but if you want to book your stay, you can contact them via phone and via Facebook.

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Lago Fishing Village

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/LAGO-Fishing-Village/239858609498045?sk=timeline&ref=page_internal
Address: Brgy.West Talaongan, Caliraya, Cavinti, Laguna
Contact: (632)3305740, (632)4048763
Email: lagofishingvillage@gmail.com
website: http://www.lagofishingvillage.com/
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ABOUT CAVINTI ECO ADVENTUR TOUR

The #CavEAT: Cavinti Eco-Adventure Tour is a Tourism Advocacy Campaign to help generate online buzz for the upcoming Cavinti Water Sports Olympics: 1st International Competition happening on February 8-14, 2015.

2015 Cavinti Water Sports Olympics: 1st International Competition
watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWEVHpaEylU

The #CavEAT: Cavinti Eco-Adventure Tour is organized by Herald C. Bebis for the Municipality of Cavinti headed by Hon. Mayor Milbert Oliveros. The event is fully supported by the Cavinti Municipal Tourism Office, DigitalFilipino, Pelikula Padayon, Caliraya Lake Mountain Resort, Camarin Resort and Lago Fishing Village.

HOW TO GET THERE IN CAVINTI, LAGUNA
1. Ride Sta. Cruz, Laguna bound DLTB Bus in Buendia Terminal, located below Gil Puyat LRT
2. Bus fare to Sta. Cruz, Laguna is PHP 140 (air con bus)
3. Drop off at DLTB Sta. Cruz terminal
4. Ride a a tricycle or jeep going to Sta. Cruz Market
5. At the market, look for the jeepney that will take you to Cavinti, Laguna
6. If you will go straight to Caliraya Lake, ride the Lumban-Cavinti Jeep
7. If you will go straight to Cavinti town proper, then ride the Pagsanjan-Cavinti jeep (this jeep will take you to Bumbungan resort, and also the Cavinti Municipal Tourism Office)
8. If you will go back to Manila, just go back to Sta. Cruz bus terminals, DLTB bus last trip to Manila is around 7:45pm
9. Other option: You can also ride a Lucban jeep in Sta. Cruz, you can drop off at Cavinti junction and just ride a tricycle going to Bumbungan Eco Park or to town proper

TOUR ORGANIZERHerald C. Bebis
www.facebook.com/heraldbebis
09055174371

The blogger

Azrael Coladilla is the blogger and founder of Azrael's Merryland Blog. This blog started as a personal blog in 2003, and then converted the blog into a lifeblog about his interest and reporting about pop culture, lifestyle, entertainment, technology, food, travel, toys, outdoor adventure, internet and social media. Awarded as the 2009 Most Influential Blogger for Luzon, Philippines, awarded by the Philippine Blog Awards. He is the founder of several online communities - Manila Bloggers Network, PBNetwork PH, Oh My Food! community, Cavite Bloggers, Travel and Blog Community, and Philippine ToyCon. He loves to travel, explore, discover, eat new food, document and record his life, meet new people, do photography and collects Transformers toys.


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