Calinawan Cave, Daranak Falls & Other Tanay Destinations

Calinawan Cave Tanay Rizal

Today’s blog took me wandering around my hometown to look for something new to write about. Growing up as a Rizaleño, I want to show the entire country and maybe the whole world that our place maybe underrated when it comes to tourism, but wait until you get to know our province. We may not have the best white sand beaches, we may not have the fanciest hotels, but we have everything in the middle that will equally satisfy the cravings of the intrepid traveler. Let’s travel to a town nestled at the foot of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range on the east and at the shores of Laguna Lake on the south – welcome to Tanay, Rizal.

I got lots of idea going on concerning the itinerary and at the same time considering the low budget. Instead of bringing a car, we took the public jeepney from Cainta (since I’m from Cainta) bound for Tanay. The province is only a jeepney away from Crossing Terminal in EDSA Shaw area passing by the Ortigas Extension route. If you’re coming from Quezon City area, there are Tanay bound jeepneys in Cubao Ali Mall. Reaching Tanay would take approximately 2-3 hours depending on the day and the traffic, but starting your journey early would definitely save you some time.

From Cainta, Tanay took us about an hour before we got off at the town’s transport terminal where we will need a tricycle to take us to our destinations. However, overcharging tricycle drivers is a common case according to a lady we bumped into the jeep so she walked us towards the terminal where she thinks would give us a reasonable fee.

grotto in tanay rizalTracy on her way up to the Grotto.

grotto in tanay rizalCandles offered to the Virgin Mary

As we head up the mountain, we saw a staircase at the side of the road and decided to take quick stopover out of curiosity. Taking one step at a time, we made our way up the 200-step staircase and ended up on a Grotto where devotees offer candles and  prayers, and serves as a local exercise area where they can enjoy the fresh morning air. At the peak of the Grotto is a 180 degree breathtaking view of the Laguna Lake where a long range of mountains surround the abundant body of water. This grotto is only one of the 3 Grottos that I know in the area, Regina Rica in Sampaloc holds a 70 foot tall statue of the Blessed Mother, which unfortunately we weren’t able to visit.

road to Calinawan Cave Tany Rizal
Passing by dirt roads.

We got back to our three wheeled transport vehicle and ascended towards the steep inclines of the road. Our journey went on to paved uphills and arduous rough roads until we reached Baranggay Tandang Kutyo where Calinawan Cave is located. Carrying our packs on our back and a flashlight in hand we went down to the small entrance of the cave. According to Marilou, our kind guide, Calinawan Cave is a private property which belong to her great great great grandmother tracing back her roots during the time of the Spanish Colonial era. The cave once served as a stronghold for the Revolutionaries during the Spanish and American days and shelter during the Japanese occupation, now its a favorite shooting  location among TV and movie producers and directors. In fact, a few days before, a local TV Channel shot scenes for a fantasy TV program. Production designers glued glitters on its walls (which were still there) as required for an enchanted cave setting.

Exploring the cave will take about 30 minutes of walking through narrow passages and ducking for low ceilings while watching our every step in its dark claustrophobic corridors. For all spelunking enthusiasts out there, Calinawan offers a treat.

Calinawan Cave Tanay Rizal
Inside the cave.

Calinawan Cave Tanay RizalA beam of light struck through a hole inside the cave.

Calinawan Cave Tanay RizalEntrance to Calinawan Cave.

Not far from Calinawan Cave, still in the same baranggay, we went to the town’s famous Daranak Falls which is nestled between the mountains of Sierra Madre. The 14-meter high falls cascade from rocks to a catch basin of emerald waters where visitors enjoy a refreshing cool bath. The endless flowing water and the luscious green vegetation surrounding creates a serene atmosphere except for the huge number of visitors and the loud videoke echoing around the area. To avoid the crowd, we went to a river, followed it upstream and settled on a small pool enclosed by rocks enjoying the  more peaceful environment. The best time to visit the place would probably on a regular weekday if you want to experience a peaceful time with Mother Nature.

Crossing a wooden bridge and heading your way up a cemented trail will take you to Batlag Falls which unfortunately we weren’t able to see since the entrance personal was requiring me to pay P150.00 for bringing in a DSLR camera. According to them, the falls is a private property  and they want to avoid publications and media use without their consent so paying A HUNDRED AND FIFTY PESOS ONLY would take care of the damage. Instead of paying, I kindly asked if I can only take a peek of what’s inside and saw a guy shooting with his DSLR camera, so again I kindly and respectfully asked if they charge the guy with the same amount and they said NO since they only allow DSLR cameras for families and big groups only.

Disappointed with the rules, we went back to Daranak Falls instead and ate our P40.00 lunch of a hefty serving of rice and laing good for two. We were suppose to eat our lunch in Batlag. I should’ve kept my camera inside my bag.

Daranak Falls Tanay RizalDaranak Falls.

Daranak Falls Tanay RizalFrom the catch basin, water flows down to streams and smaller pools.

Daranak Falls Tanay Rizal
Following the river upstream.

Daranak Falls Tanay Rizal
Visitors enjoy the view of the waterfalls.

bridge to batlag falls tanay rizal
Wooden bridge to Batlag Falls.

Crowd started to grow in numbers in Daranak Falls Nature Park, so before noon, we headed back to town. A personnel in Daranak told our tricycle driver to take us in Tabing Dagat (which is actually the the Laguna Lake) where the Parola, a Filipino term for light house, is located. The light house  stands on a port surrounded by fish pens and from atop the light house is a magnificent bird’s eye view of the Laguna Lake.

Parola Lighthouse Tanay Rizal
Tanay’s Parola.

Parola Lighthouse Tanay Rizal
View of Laguna de Bay from the top of the lighthouse.

Parola Lighthouse Tanay Rizal
A boat docked beside the lighthouse.

To end our trip, we visited the second oldest church in Rizal, the  San Ildefonso Parish Church which was built during the late 1700’s. Like other old churches in its neighboring province of Laguna, it was put up by polo y servicio, or forced labor and it also has the baroque Spanish influence in its architecture. Aside from its cultural and historical value, Visita Iglesia practicioners during the holy week favorites  Tanay’s centuries-old church to their destination list.

Lighthouse Parola Tanay Rizal
San Ildefonso Parish Church

Tanay has become a favorite among travelers looking for a day long or a weekend getaway not far from Manila. It’s numerous destinations offers almost everything nature has to offer like wide lakes, tall mountains, cool waterfalls, caves, and clean rivers. In addition, you get to visit all the places without spending too much. Destinations covered in this feature are only some of what the province has to offer. Hopefully, my next visit would take me to the clean river of Daraitan, Masungi’s rock formations, and Sampaloc’s 70-foot tall statue.


Now, here are some fast facts that may help you on the trip:

1. I don’t actually know the jeepney fare from Crossing or Cubao but just to give you an approximate, jeep fare from Cainta cost P38.00.

2. The tricycle charged P380.00 for renting his vehicle which took us from the terminal to the Grotto, Calinawan Cave, Daranak Falls/Batlag Falls, Parola, and Tanay Church covering a half day trip (8:00 AM – 2:00 PM).

3. Calinawan Caves entrance fee is P20.00, and we gave an additional P30.00 to Marilou for guiding us. You might want to bring your own flashlight.

4. Daranak/Batlag Falls Fees:
Daranak Entrance Fee – P20.00
Batlag Entrance Fee – P50.00

5. Daranak has cottages available for rent and free use of restrooms. There are also vendors selling food and local products in the area.

6. If you’re planning to shoot Batlag Falls, make sure your camera is inside your bag to avoid paying P150.00.

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Daranak Falls vacation tanay rizal

Calinawan Cave Tanay Rizal


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  5. Hi! that was a great travel blog. I would like to go there too. Can you give directions how to go to the cave from Cainta? Will it be possible to use our car throughout the way?

    • Hello Arrianne,

      Thank you very visiting my blog.

      Haven’t tried driving to Calinawan Cave but as far as I can remember the tricycle passed by a rough road somewhere past Daranak Falls. Although, but I think SUV’s or pick up trucks won’t have a problem.


      Take Ortigas Ext. Avenue all the way to Tikling, Taytay then Antipolo-Shopwise.

      When you reach the stoplight in Antipolo-Shopwise, go straight, passing by a zigzag road before you reach Teresa.

      Follow the Manila East Road (when I reach forks, every time I pass there, I usually take LEFT to avoid entering town propers)

      When you reach an intersection with a Flying V and Shell gasoline stations, turn left. That’s Tanay-Sampalok Road then follow the signs to Daranak Falls.

      Now, from Daranak, the tricycle took an access road turning right, that’s the rough road part, and that’s the part unclear to my head. So from Daranak, maybe you could ask around for directions to Calinawan Cave.

      So there. I hope, this somehow helps.

      If in doubt, ask directions from the locals just to confirm.

      Happy travels.

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  7. How about if a carry my own motorcycle? Is it possible? Do I have a parking for it? Hoping you could help me with my concern. Tnx so much….

  8. Hi there! This is a helpful blog especially for a wanderlust like me 🙂 My friend and I will go there this Saturday for her birthday. Thanks a ton for posting those pictures.

  9. so true na nkka amaze mga pixs mo po, wow, entry level slr pero gnda ng mga shots, dhil ba un sa lense po? nkaka inspire kc to site and plan ko rin bumili ng cam n png travel.. tnx po

    • Hi Dheng,

      ‘Yung lens po na ginagamit ko, kit lens ko po na 17-85. ‘Yun pa lang po ginagamit ko for 5 years bago ako nakabili ng 70-200mm.

      Maraming salamat po. It’s good to hear that I was able to inspire other travelers as well. Ma-e-enjoy niyo po yung travel photography, kahit digicam po ok na yun.

      Thank you, Dheng, and have a great day.

        • Hi Claire,

          Unfortunately, yeah. I also don’t get it when personnel don’t allow taking pictures on certain destinations, like Intramuros and Makati. Lagi akong sinisita, they don’t allow it daw. Security reasons, permits, etc, sakit sa ulo. Why don’t they just let us take pictures simply because of admiration. Minsan masakit makita ‘pag foreigners taking pictures pero hindi sinisita, tapos fellow Filipinos bawal.

          But its just me, maybe they have their valid reasons.

          Thanks for dropping by Claire. Your blog looks great. =)

  10. Nice blog and awesome photography! 🙂

    Magkaiba po ba ng location iyong cave at iyong falls?
    Plan ko kasi gawing sidetrip ito after hiking Mt. Sembrano sa Pilila, Rizal.


    • Hi Emptybutfull,

      Maraming salamat po. Magkalapit lang po iyon. Actually, papuntang Calinawan Cave madadaanan yung Daranak Falls, ok din pong mga side trip yun.

      Ingat po kayo. Have fun. =)

      • Tamang tama, meron palang malapit lapit na pupuntahan this summer. Interested akong pumunta sa lugar na eto.Thank you so much for the information. God bless!

  11. Nice blog byahero,ive been searching good place to shoot that won’t go far out of the city,marami pla sa rizal..i love nature..probably go there this week..thanks for the info..anyway great shots u have..

    • Hello Ramson,

      Opo sobrang dami pong tourist destinations ng Rizal Province, magandang adventure, arts, religious destination po itong probinsya namin. Sana po mabisita niyo.

      Thank you very much. =)

      • wow! ang bilis ng reply, Thank you! 🙂 mas madali po ba ang byahe kapag nag-jip from LRT santolan? anyway, you have a wonderful blogs tsaka ung mga pics, ang ggnda.. Thanks ulit! 🙂

  12. Hello po. Etong Daranak na po to, magkalapit lang sa Batlag falls? Still open for public pa po ba? Kasi we’re thinking after Daranak, we’ll proceed to Batlag after if open po. Thanks!

      • hello !
        Our team has been there at Daranak last November .. unfortunately then, Batlag Falls was not open for the public .. (well , sana ngayun pwede na 🙂 )

        @biyaherongbarat :
        galing na din po kame sa Wawa Dam Rodriguez Rizal just last March 2 … nakuha din po namen yun dito sa website nyo , COOL 🙂

        .. and we’re planning for our next trip na dito din po namen kinukuha .. hopefully by next month makakapili na po kame 🙂

        Astig po netong biyaherongbarat !
        GODBLESS !

        p.s :
        and i’ll just have to attach some links to our biyaherongbarat trip 🙂

  13. hi! great blog really informative… actually just by reading your blog make me feel like i already know the place.. haha im taking my friends to Tanay next week to check-out these wonderful places… thanks for sharing….

    rest assured i will keep visiting your page to read more adventures and to follow your lead 🙂

    God bless

    • Hi Joy,

      Thank you very much. That’s really flattering. I’m glad I was able to share the places I visited. Enjoy your trip I’m sure you’ll love Tanay.

      Once again, thank you very much. Have a great day. God bless. =)

      • hello po if may ask, pwede po bang mag luto sa daranak or mag ihaw? pupunta po kasi kami sa Weds. I heared di daw pwede mag luto dun? thanks!

        BTW.. It’s a nice blog !:D

  14. Hi sir! Thanks for this blog! We just had an idea where to go! Just wanted to know if they still have the same rates as the one you posted? thanks. 🙂

  15. hi byahero, I have been subscribed to your journeys for a year now. I started traveling some 3 years ago with my partner. We make it a point to have our own alone time by traveling to places we both would like to see for the first time. Most of our travels are up north and for this year we were supposed to try Baler since i was inspired by your blogs and other forums about the place too. I find your site very informative and I enjoy reading every journeys you’ve made, the experiences along the way, the stories of every place and the things that you have seen.You’re really something and what you are doing is great! .. Wanted to start my own travel blog but sadly I still can’t find the time to start it.. although I have saved all the photos I have taken and the captions in my back up drive.. :p

    Anyway, I am planning a trip now for my kid’s 12th birthday and read about your blogs again about the places we can visit nearby… I am considering the Tanay trip since it’s near, my kids love the outdoors, nature, and water… hiking won’t be a problem with them either since they find it to be a “bonding time” with me… I just want to know if the falls and the caves are kid-friendly… they are 11 and 12. Also, I hope you can help me come up with a better itenerary if I include daraitan and masungi to this trip. I am really not familiar withTanay so I am not sure which place would come first. We will just be commuting from cubao or shaw, taking the jeepneys you’ve mentioned. Any suggestion would be appreciated… thanks and more travels to both of us!

    • Hello Ron,

      Thank you very much for those kind and flattering words. I’m glad as was able to inspire and help other people with their travels even in my own little way. Maybe you should start making a blog also, I’m sure in 3 years of travelling, you’ve been to many beautiful places, maybe more than where I’ve been to. You just have to take the first step of blogging, “start”.

      Daranak is pretty safe for kids, I think. Since there are ropes that limit swimming area. Unfortunately, I haven’t been to Daraitan and Masungi but those are parts of my itinerary on my next visit. =)

      I hope you have a great time with your kids, and once again thank you very much. If you need any help, you know where to find me.

  16. Hi! Nice blog! 🙂 Tanong lang po, saan sa Cainta yung sakayan ng jeep papuntang Tanay? Taga-Cainta rin ako at nagpaplano kami ng mga kaibigan kong pumunta sa Tanay.

  17. Please make a package for our group to have a byaheng barat to Calinawan cave, daranak falls and other tanay destination. We are planning to have rest, recreation and planning of our grop.. We need a place to have an overnight to stay. Our number to be connected 381-3529 or 099-347-7915 look for Ms Annie. we will wait your email, call to advise our trip. Thank you very much.

  18. id lyk 2 chek f d treehouses in batlag is still der..the last tym i was der ndun p yun. wer planning to stay overnyt so kindly n4m me of the updated rates pls..pkisama ndn contact nos. ng batlag f ders kol them asap. tnx so much.

  19. great post, man! me and my friends are planning to go here next month. your post is very informative and helpful. thanks, bro! 😀

  20. HI

    im planning to shoot my prenup in calinawan cave do you think its a great idea? is there addtional cost to pay if mag shoot ng prenup.


    • Hi Liz,

      I’m not sure. May nagshoot na dung mga local teleserye, sila siyempre nagbayad ng malaki, but kung simplehan niyo lang na parang tourist I think it would be gfine. hehehe.

  21. Nice blog and very helpful! I know you mentioned on one of the posts that you don’t have the number of the guide. Would you know who I can contact so we can probably hire a guide? Our team wants to follow the same path you took. =)

    Also, would you recall if they issue receipts for the entrance fees / cottages? Since this will be a team event, we need to have our receipts submitted after the event. =(

    Thanks in advance for any inputs you can provide. =)

    • Hi Margarita Donna,

      I suggest you contact directly the local tourism department of Tanay. They could handle big events, and tours around their town. They would love to help you too, I’m sure.

  22. Good Evening Maam,

    I just want to ask if the fare P380 is good for 3? and is it for the whole adventure for the day?
    Im looking forward for your help since we are going there this June 16 and the idea of the place came from your site…It really helps a lot…

    Thank you and God Bless!!


  23. Hi po, I would like to ask if pag 4 lang kami how much po kaya pwede naming ihanda for this destination? (food’s not included, as in ung travel lng, papunta at pabalik po)

  24. hilow! sa tingin nyo keri ng nanay ko yung trip na yan?60 y.o na po xa eh.. pru gusto ko kc mg.enjoy xa sa pgbcta ng manila..

  25. Magangdang araw po sa inyong lahat lalo na kay biyaherongbarat. I am medel a staff of Tanay Tourism. Nagkita na tayo sa Tanay Park biyaherong barat, maganda ang blog mo, para po sa lahat ng nagpupunta sa Tanay you can call or text 404 2296 para sa inyong mga katanungan. or visit our fb page Tanay Tourism and Daranak Falls and Resort and leave message there. Umaasa sa inyong muling pagbabalik sa bayan ng Tanay. Mabuhay po kayong lahat, HANE!!!

  26. Thanks for the nice blog. Were going to visit the place this sunday with a friend. Very helpful information. Hope to hear more of your travels. Godspeed.

  27. hi nice photos! ask ko lang direction if galing kami ng shaw crossing ano sasakyang byahe at landmark bago naming mapuntahan yung cave at falls. thanks a lot were planning na pumunta this jan.

  28. Sir, for info lang po sa lahat

    As of 15 February 2014, based on Tanay Municipality Ordinance

    Entrance fee sa Daranak falls ay Php 50 na po at nagtaas na ang Batlag Falls, from Php 50 ay naging Php 100 na po.

    I got here around 10:30AM with the whole family last 15 Feb. (Saturday) and sakto lang ang dating dating ko, nabinyagan agad ng 50 Php increase. Hayz!

    Daranak falls ok naman, ganda ng view, malaking falls, kaso daming tao. dahil sa nangangati na paa ko at atat na atat na makita yung Batlag, around 3pm, kahit labag sa loob ko na magbayad ng Php 100 ay tinuloy ko na, tutal nandoon na rin ako.

    And wowowewow! Di hamak na mas MAGANDA yung BATLAG, para mong pinaghalo yung TWIGHLIGHT ZONE tsaka LORD OF THE RINGS na mga views, as “IN: parang nasa FANTASY WORLD ka! Di ako nagsisi sa natigpaw kong Php 100, SULIT na SULIT.

    My Advice, SKIP Daranak, Proceed agad sa BATLAG, 2minutes walk lang naman, although you still need to Pay Php 50 sa Entrance ng Daranak kasi nandun ang entrance then tawid ka sa Tulay na kahoy, bayad ng Php 100 sa gate keeper.

    Yun lang! Enjoy!

  29. P.S.
    May overnight na rin pala sa Daranak, dati daw wala, But, personally mas OWKAY mag overnight sa Batlag, Php 300 per head, don’t recall na kung magkano overnight sa Daranak, pero parang slightly lower ang rate kesa Batlag.

    Sir Biyaherongbarat, many thanks po sa blogs nyo, been trying to find places like this via internet before I go and yours are the most informative, and what you see in the pictures here are real when you see it in person.

    Next Target – Puray Falls, tried to go here last January kaso 15 minutes na lang ang layo ko sumemplang motor ko sa rough road, uwi agad nasugatan sister ko.

  30. Salamat dito. 🙂 eto na itinerary namin ng partner ko for our 3rd anniversary.

    If you have new updates and tips on travelling to those places kindly reply to this or on my e-mail. 🙂 First time namin mag-travel together so anything is very much appreciated.

  31. Hi nice travel blog… Cool pic… Very helpful to all budgeted travellers and helpfull information on tanay tourism… Keep it up! On my way to tanay daranak falls now for a Philippine Councilor League Rizal Federation meeting….

  32. hi…my husband and i together with our riding buddies (we’re 6pax in all) went to tanay last mar. 18 for our 10th year anniversary. Actually, i got the idea from ur blog. we were able to visit regina rica, calinawan cave, and daranak. And our calinawan experience was soooo freaky, grabe dame namen nacapture n kung anu-ano s cam,,, daming experience na NAKAKAPANGILABOT! i told my buddies na i’ve read different blogs about the place pro wala naman ako nabasa n may mga paranormal activities dun,,,But anyway,,,it was an unforgettable celebration! thanx to you for the info…..

    We’re planning to got to The Park, Real Quezon this April, do you think its safe kung may kasama kme kids and mag-pipitch lng kme ng tents? I’ll be waiting for more info from you.

    tnx again,,,and congrats!

  33. hi! tthis is a great blog. i’m from rodriguez, rizal and i’m planning to explore the entire province of rizal. your blog provided an excellent and very helpful insight on places to visit in tanay. 🙂 i’d love to read if you’ve been to mt. masungi rock formations as i would also love to reach its peak this summer.

  34. biyaherongbarat, thanks for this blog. My 3 children and I went to Calinawan caves, Daranak and Batlag falls. Super enjoy kami sa Calinawan dahil naiiba yung experience for them to be in a cave for the first time. Ang daming tao sa Daranak but we went straight to Batlag as advised by Vynn. Konti lang ang tao, malinis and malamig ang tubig. Presko ung area kahit tanghaling tapat.

    thanks again and I look forward to your future blogs.

    • Maraming salamat, Joel. I’m glad you enjoyed your visit.

      Thank you din sa mga input, Vynn, and to everybody who updates through comments. Malaking tulong po ang nagagawa ninyo. Maraming slamat po.

  35. Sir,

    Other than calinawan, daranak, batlag, and wawa, are there any other sites like springs, falls in Rizal? would really like to explore them kasi malapit lang, sa kyusi lang ako.

    Iv’ed been searching the net and not satisfied with the search, I know that there are other locs that haven’t been explored yet or known by locals but not yet on the net.

    Thank you in advance.

  36. hello po, just want to ask lng po how to go dun sa mga lugar na pinuntahn po ninyo,from manila, and kung may estimated cost po kau n pwedeng mabigay, included if mag rent ng room or hotel. thank you po.

  37. gusto po sana nmn pumunta, maybe this june or april, first time po kaming mag travel to tanay, and we want to explore yung ilang areas po with a cheaper budget 🙂 need advice lang po.

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  39. Hi! Few questions lang po (other readers can answer as well):

    Nagsasakay po ba ng hanggang 4 na tao yung mga tricycle?
    Kaya po bang isingit sa itinerary na ‘to yung Masungi Rock Formations and/or Tinipak River? Kung hindi, kaya pa rin po kaya ang daytrip kapag i-cut yung itinerary by lunch then go to Daraitan?

    Thanks po sa mga sasagot!

  40. wow! as in Wow Rizal, I live in Rizal, ganda pala ng province ko 🙂 actually am looking for a good place na pwede ang Prenuptial photo shoot at hindi magastos. Do you recommend this places? Thanks 🙂

  41. hello there! good day. i’m planning a trip to tanay rizal this december 28 with my friends. ask ko lang po kung madadaanan ang san ildefonso church sa byahe from ali mall. Yun kasi ang una sa aming itinerary. anong advise mo n itinerary namin after san ildefonso church base sa distance nila (calinawan cave, daranak falls, parola) since taga rizal k nmn. we’re actually coming from Lipa batangas. maraming salamat. God bless.

  42. hello there! good day. i’m planning a trip to tanay rizal this december 28 with my friends. ask ko lang po kung madadaanan ang san ildefonso church sa byahe from ali mall. Yun kasi ang una sa aming itinerary. anong advise mo n itinerary namin after san ildefonso church base sa distance nila (calinawan cave, daranak falls, parola, regina rica) since taga rizal k nmn. we’re actually coming from Lipa batangas. maraming salamat. God bless.

  43. Were planning to go here. meron po bang place na pwede pag lapagan ng gamit? somewhere safe siguro na maassure namin na hindi mawawala ung bags?

  44. Sir/ma’am can I ask for the historical background f sierra madre hotel and resort? Kailangan po kse pra sa thesis namen. Napili po kse yun pra sa tour na subject nmen. One of this days bka po mag punta dn kme jan. Maraming Salamat po sa tulong. 🙂

  45. Hello and Good day!

    I have been looking for a place to practice my photography skill and to my surprise… I have landed on your website. (Thank God!)

    I would like to say this is very HELPFUL! I am now ready to go to these places that you have mentioned. By the way, Love the pictures too!

    Kudos! Kudos !Kudos!

    God bless!

    I always check your site when i have a target place and you never failed to help me! Keep safe on all your travels bro, and keep rockin!

  47. Hi! How to get there to cave from tikling taytay Rizal riding in a motor? What’s the landmark going there ? Is it ok to go there during holyweek? Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks

  48. Happy Sunday po. nabasa ko po yung blog nyo about po sa daraitan tanay experience. toursism student po kami. May thesis po kasi kami ngayon bali po yung Daraitan yung napili namin. kaya kailangan po namin ng survey na nakapunta napo sa daraitan. ok lang po ba pasurvey kaonti lang po ito Maraming salamat po.

  49. hi ! naghahanap ako actually ng pwdeng puntahan with friends eh, kaya natuwa ako nung mabasa ko tong blog.
    question lang, is it recommended for one day adventure lang ba? o my hotel nmn or any likewise na pwede mag.stay overnyt ? salamat!

  50. Hello po, we are planning to visit Tanay this coming Wed. Manggagaling po kami ng Taguig. Pede po ba mgpainstruct how can we go to the place and paano po ang guide namin meron n po ba duon available. Thank you po

  51. hello po ask ko lang po sana kung meron po ba kayong contact number ng guide po nasi mam marilou pede ko po ba makuha kung ok lang po?

  52. Hello po! Ask ko lang po kung kapag pumunta po ba kami sa Calinawan Cave may makukuha po ba agad kami na guide or kailangan may contact? Thanks! God Bless! 🙂

  53. Hi tnx for a nice info… I’m planning to visit that place but hesitant coz my kidz are coming with us aging 6,9.,,and 13 all boys… Is it advisable still to continue our plan with the kids. Is the cave not dangerous . tnx mamlot

  54. This is a really helpful collection ofi info onTanay. I hope many others will be able to read this. Thank you cery much and morepower!

  55. If from cubao ako pano po yung way ka papunta po dun? Your blog really helps me to find a birthday place to celebrate. Thanks you.

  56. Talagang very informative ang blog mo.. thanks for posting it.. ask ko lang kung keri ko kaya yung buong trip na yan? acrophobic kc ako.. may mga nadaanan ba kayo na mejo nakakalula? saka possible bang makadaan pa sa regina rica after? thanks in advance..

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