Frequently Asked Questions
Batangas Lakelands is your premium active lifestyle park located in a safe and secured environment at the heart of the Taal Lake District of Batangas. With more than 20 hectares of land area, our nature enclave is the newest outdoor destination just 60 minutes away from Metro Manila.
Teeming with natural resources and rich cultural heritage, Batangas has the potential to be the next ultimate travel destination. Our goal is to materialize this potential through destinations and outdoor experiences nestled in the Lakeshore District of Batangas, giving travelers a different perspective of the province while complementing the popular beaches of the Bay Area.
At Batangas Lakelands, you may experience activities that are not very common such as archery, airsoft, zipline, trail walking, and many more, all held inside a secured, outdoor, and nature-centric property that makes us a safer destination especially during these uncertain times. And, we are only 60 minutes away from the metro, perfect for that quick weekend escapade.
The entrance fee is P400 per person. However, we recommend that you avail one of our Adventure packages which usually includes the entrance fee to get more value for your money. Our packages start at P550 per person.
For now, we are open during Saturday mornings, from 8am-1pm.
How to Get to Batangas Lakelands

Via private vehicle:
  • From the Magallanes interchange, take SLEX all the way through the STAR Tollway.
  • Take Balete Exit.
  • Turn right to Leviste Highway.
  • Follow the road for about 5 kms. Batangas Lakelands will be on your right.


Via private vehicle:
  • Board a Batangas City-bound bus on Taft Avenue, Pasay City near Buendia LRT station (choose Batangas City via Tanauan and NOT Batangas City via CALABARZON).
  • Get off at Jollibee Maraouy in Lipa City (across S&R), located at the corner of Pres. J. P. Laurel Highway and Leviste Highway.
  • Ride a jeep or tricycle that travels along Leviste Highway.
  • After approximately 6.9 kms., Batangas Lakelands should be on your right.
How to Get to Limapark Hotel

Via private vehicle:
  • From the Magallanes interchange, take SLEX all the way through the Star Tollway.
  • Take Malvar Exit.
  • Turn left to Bulihan Road and then right to Pres. J. P. Laurel Highway.
  • Follow the road for about 4 kilometers until you reach a stoplight.
  • Turn left to Main Boulevard to enter the LIMA Technology Center.
  • Turn left to Residential Drive then turn right to Hotel Drive.


Via commute:
  • Board a Batangas City-bound bus on Taft Avenue, Pasay City near Buendia LRT station (choose Batangas City via Tanauan and NOT Batangas City via CALABARZON).
  • Get off in front of the LIMA Technology Center along Pres. J. P. Laurel Highway.
  • Ride the Limapark Hotel shuttle to get to the hotel.

There's a lot to experience with us! You may enjoy leisure biking, archery, airsoft, trail walking, bus tour, mountain biking and zipline. You can also look forward to our upcoming activities such as rock-climbing and rappelling, plus the return of our popular lake cruises.

Watch out for our Great Getaway Weekends when you can join some of our unique events or activities like helicopter tours and drone-flying lessons.

Yes, some of our activities such as archery, airsoft and zipline are allowed only for children 7 years old and up. Please read our Activities page to learn more about each activity's restrictions.

We also do not allow pregnant women and persons with certain medical conditions to participate in our activities for their own safety.

Chips and drinks are available on site. We also offer rice meals as prepared by our partner, the Limapark Hotel. You may order them in advance when you book with us.
Yes, we have tents and nipa huts for rent at affordable rates for your dining pleasure.
The well-being of our guests and staff are always at the top of our priorities. Aside from being a 20-hectare property where air flows freely, Batangas Lakelands strictly implements the government's guidelines on safety such as, but not limited to, wearing of masks, accomplishment of health declaration forms, social distancing, temperature check, and more. Also, with our wristband system, we can monitor and ensure that all guests have gone through our security check. A first aid staff is also present on site.
We recommend comfortable clothes without articles that can be blown by the wind. Comfortable and closed walking shoes are a must. Shorts are okay but we recommend pants especially for trail walking.

Yes, you may do so. However, since most of the activities are outdoors, we recommend that you take note of the seasons in Batangas.

CDS (Cool & Dry Season) – October to February
HDS (Hot & Dry Season) – March to May
RS (Rainy Season) – June to September

We highly recommend that you visit us during the Cool & Dry Season and Hot & Dry Season to fully enjoy our activities.

Due to the open-air nature of Batangas Lakelands, the property is susceptible to any type of weather and natural disturbances. Because of this, we may cancel our activities at anytime. When this happens, re-booking of guest activities will be facilitated accordingly.
All bookings are re-bookable but not refundable.
Batangas Lakelands is partnered with the province's first and only 4-star hotel, the Limapark Hotel, which is only 25 minutes away from our property. Because of this partnership, we can offer the hotel's room accommodations at tempting prices. See our Packages page to learn more.
Yes, we have a lot of parking spaces for your vehicles. Parking rates start at P100 per car.
Yes! Your furry little friends are welcome here! We also expect our guests to be responsible pet owners by keeping them on leash, cleaning up after them, and maintaining control at all times so that the pets do not disturb other guests.

You may send an email to tours@lakelands.com.ph. You may also call or text us at 0917-8527735, 0917-8691619, or (02) 7623-9465. You may also reach us via Facebook or Instagram through our handle @batangaslakelands.