Famous for its waterfalls, the town of Pagsanjan is located 101 kilometers southeast of Manila.
It is bounded on the north by the Lumban town, on the east by Cavinti, on the south by Magdalena and Luisiana, and
on the west by the capital town of Santa Cruz.
It has a total land area of 26.4 square kilometers and is politically subdvided into 16 barangays, most of which are rural areas.
Pagsanjan is part of the fourth Congressional district of Laguna.
Pagsanjan Welcome Arch
The town is strategically located in the eastern corridor of Calabarzon Region and is connected with a road network
leading to all the provinces of the region. The town celebrates the annual Bangkero Festival during late March or early April of each year.
The 'Bangkeros' refer to the boatmen who shoot the rapids, serving as tour guides to the Pagsanjan Falls.
Tagged as the tourism capital of Laguna, Pagsanjan is home to several resorts and lodging houses. Still, agriculture remains
as the bedrock of the local economy where rice and coconut as the main products.
Aside from tourism-related projects, the town of Pagsanjan is an ideal location of agro-industrial ventures such as the
production and processing of high value crops such as fruits, vegetables, herbal plants and medicines, and essential oils.
Places of Interest / Tourist Attractions
- Pagsanjan Falls
- Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Church
The Majestic Pagsanjan Falls
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church
The bridge across Pagsanjan River
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