Play Golf at Caliraya Mountain Lake Resort - ‪#‎CavEAT‬: Cavinti Eco-Adventure Tour part 10


The golf course is formerly known as “Caliraya Springs Golf & Country Club”, but now its part of Caliraya Mountain Lake Resort. It’s a popular golf course site that features a championship golf course with 7,000 yard long area and with 18 holes. The view here is spectacular, you can view the Caliraya lake anda also Mt. Banahaw.

When we arrived here, we learned that the whole hotel rooms are booked by Korean nationals, all are golfers and they are in the field playing golf for the entire day. But the best part here is that we ate our snacks and got a chance to play golf.


We spotted this 2nd reception area, for Koreans only. I think this will break the barriers of any translation problems. I’m not sure if the Korean is working here or a local agency hired him to do customer service for Koreans.


The site is also a good for mountain biking, here I saw a double seater bike. Its so cute and we’re surprised that the brand is Avant.


And here’s a side car 2 seater bike with umbrella. For lovers and couples who wants to seat side by side.


Here’s a view of the golf course. We weren’t allowed to roam around the field because there are golfers who are busy playing. We were allowed to stay and check their golf driving area.

Golf rates:

Green fees:
9 holes - PHP 850 for weekdays, PHP 1130 for weekends
18 holes - PHP 1700 for weekdays, PHP 2036 for weekends

Golf cart rental
9 holes - PHP 450
18 holes - PHP 780

Caddie fee
9 holes - PHP 250
18 holes - PHP 300

Umbrella girl - PHP 200
Gallery - PHP 300
Driving range fee - PHP 200
Ball - PHP 50 per box of 40 balls


It’s a good sunny day and I wanna play golf! It’s one of my dream sports since I was a kid, its an expensive sport and I didn’t got a chance to try this.

Inside the Caliraya golf course main building at Caliraya Mountain Lake Resort


Our lunch courtesy of La Cucina de Caliraya restaurant.
The resto specializes an all pinoy meals. They prepared a tapa and longanissa silog lunch for us.


Flyer of the resort.


Happy lunch to all


nomnomnomnomnomnomnomnom……….. happy lunch talaga.


Here’s our chance to try the golf drive. A local golf instructor were there to teach us on how to hit a golf ball using a driving club.

It looks so easy but its hard to hit the ball using all your energy.


My first time to golf drive..
1st shot – missed shot
2nd shot – it just flew on top of the ground

my verdict:
My arm and shoulder hurts after the drive


Here’s Jen in golf mode pose.


It’s a fun day here in Caliraya Mountain Lake Resort, but this golf course area is just a start. We will check out other activities and amenities of the resort in my next blog post.

I just can’t believe that this blog series will reach part 10 hahahaha.
I will get my revenge and practice golf next time.

Caliraya Mountain Lake Resort
Tel: 723-0781 to 88 loc 306
0917 5532613 / 0998 9893832


Address: Caliraya Springs, Brgy East Talaongan, Cavinti, Laguna



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
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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.

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