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"Located in Rizal province, there are many outdoor activities you can enjoy in Tanay. You can take a dip in Daranak Falls, climb Mr. Daraitan, or explore greater heights at Masungi Georeserve. Also, marvel at Batlag Falls or enjoy the view from Parola Lighthouse. A side trip can include a visit to the Saint Ildefonsus of Toledo Parish Church, which was built in 1773."

Popular Tanay Hotels


Bumblebee Inn

Guest Houses
Tanay, Rizal
With a stay at Bumblebee Inn in Tanay, you'll be 24.7 mi (39.8 km) from St. Luke's Medical Center and 25.6 mi (41.2 km) from Venice Grand Canal Mall. This guesthouse is 26.1 mi (42.1 km) from Fort Bonifacio and 26.8 mi (43.1 km) from SM North EDSA.
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Bakasyunan Resort Tanay

Bakasyunan Resort Tanay

Sampaloc, Tanay
With a stay at Bakasyunan Resort Tanay in Tanay, you'll be 30.4 mi (48.9 km) from Venice Grand Canal Mall and 31 mi (49.8 km) from Fort Bonifacio. This resort is 31.3 mi (50.4 km) from SM North EDSA and 18.2 mi (29.3 km) from Ynares Center.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Momarco Forest Cove Resort And Hotel

Momarco Forest Cove Resort And Hotel

Sampaloc, Tanay
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Rainbow Forest Paradise Resort and Camping Area by Cocotel

Rainbow Forest Paradise Resort and Camping Area by Cocotel

Cuyambay, Tanay
With a stay at Rainbow Forest Paradise Resort and Camping Area by Cocotel in Tanay, you'll be 31.4 mi (50.5 km) from SM North EDSA and 20.8 mi (33.5 km) from Ynares Center. This farm stay is 21.7 mi (35 km) from Pinto Art Museum and 27.5 mi (44.2 km) from Ateneo de Manila University.
SWIMMING_POOL Rainbow Forest Paradise Resort

Rainbow Forest Paradise Resort

Tanay, Rizal
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Facts about Tanay

Total Accommodation
5 Properties
Popular Area
Cuyambay, Sampaloc
Popular Hotel
Bumblebee Inn, Bakasyunan Resort Tanay
Popular Landmark
Regina Church, Kay-ibon Falls

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Discover the secrets of the refreshing, mountainous town of Tanay, Rizal and fall in love with this underrated travel destination.


At A Glance

Tanay, a first-class municipality of Rizal province, is just around 2-3 hours away from Metro Manila, depending on traffic. It is bordered by Antipolo City in the northwest, Pililla, Laguna and Laguna de Bay in the south, municipalities of Baras, Morong, and Teresa in the west, and General Nakar, Quezon Province in the east. Because of its geographical location, Tanay is also composed of portions of the infamous (and mythical Sierra Madre, the longest mountain range in the Philippines. Climate in Rizal is generally cool.


How to Go

By land transportation

You can ride either a UV Express van or a jeepney plying from Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong or Sta. Lucia, Cainta, or C-5 Makati going to Antipolo. These public vehicle routes usually go through Tanay.

You can also utilize the railway systems when going to Tanay. From the airport, ride a shuttle bus going to the railway systems’ EDSA-Taft Avenue station. From there, you can either take the Light Railway Transit 1 (LRT-1) going to Doroteo Jose Station, then the LRT-2 to Santolan Station. You can also choose to take the Manila Metro Railway System (MRT) and go down at Cubao Station. Walk to Gateway Mall and ride a UV Express van or jeep going to Antipolo.


Getting Around

The tricycle (motorcycle attached to a closed sidecar) is Tanay’s main mode of transportation. If you’re planning to explore outside the town but don’t have a private car with you, head to the Tanay Transportation Group’s terminal at the municipality’s public market to rent a van, jeepney, or tricycle.


Tourist Attractions

Head to the Tanay Lakeshore in the early morning and check out the lighthouse or parola, one of the municipality’s historic real estate. You’ll be able to get a great view of Laguna de Bay and its neighboring mountains.

Paseo Rizal Mayagay in Sampaloc is home of the Kalingang Pilipino, a small art gallery and gift shop that showcases the best of local Filipino art: folkloric artwork on canvas, sculptures, and other mixed media pieces.

Now don’t forget to visit the religious infrastructures, too. The 14-hectare Regina Rosarii Institute for Contemplation in Asia (RICA) is a popular pilgrimage site showcasing a 71-foot Queen of the Holy Rosary statue. Tanay Church, on the other hand, is a national heritage site as accorded by the National Commission for the Culture and Arts.

Mt. Daraitan Tinipak River

For the adventurous, hike Mt. Daraitan to get a beautiful view of the rivers and mountains of Tanay. After the 2-hour trek, head down to Daraitan River where you can take a dip surrounded by dramatic limestone rock formations carved out by the river.


Top Things to Do

Masungi Georeserve

There are so many activities to choose from if you are looking for a thrilling adventure at Tanay, Rizal. A top pick would be hiking the discovery trail at Masungi Georeserve, a 300-hectare park just at the border of Tanay. The trail is made up of a variety of obstacles including caves, hanging bridges, viewing decks, and a giant rope hammock. Schedule a group trip online in advance at P1,400 per person.

Daranak Falls

Daranak Falls will be another perfect highlight in your itinerary. This 14-foot waterfall comes with a deep basin, which is perfect for diving. Upon paying the entrance fee (Php50 per person), have a day picnic near the waterfalls.

Tanay is lively every 22nd to 24th of January, as they celebrate the Feast of the town’s patron, Saint Ildephonsus of Toledo and Our Lady of Guadalupe. Schedule your next trip here and check out the activities at Tanay Park, which is just adjacent to Tanay Church. Take part in the town’s fiesta activities, which include tribal dance performances, Serenata (serenade), band drill jamboree, and prestigious pageants.


Where to Eat

Head to Balaw Balaw Specialty Restaurant in Angono and order a steaming pot of Dinilawang Kanduli sa Alagaw (at Php200). This is basically a turmeric-based soup with alagaw, a medicinal plant with lots of health benefits, including properties that have the ability to fight against virus, bacteria, and parasite.

The Gathering Cafe and Tanay Hills Coffee Beanery has a best-tasting fusion dish. Their Golden Brewed Fried Chicken (Php280) has been flavored by three kinds of coffee before making it to the fryer: Arabica, Barako, and Robusta.

Another fusion food item comes in dessert form. The Sweet Life in Angono offers Bacon Maple Gourmet Turon, which is deep-fried, glazed banana roll topped with sweet white cream, maple, and bacon bits.



Rizal’s proximity to Manila has made it possible for the province to have a wide array of entertainment options. Nightlife in Rizal, however, is best enjoyed with buckets of beer and finger food at any of the restaurants dotting the Antipolo ridge and viewpoints. From here, you can enjoy the twinkling lights of Manila and the cool climate. If you wish to rough it out, you can camp with a group for the night out in the Daraetan River.


Where to Stay

Ten Cents to Heaven

Tanay has a lot of B&Bs and resorts, so this really depends on your preferences. Book a couple of nights at Ten Cents to Heaven or Sierra Madre Hotel & Resort, which comes with facilities that would make up an action-packed weekend getaway: swimming pools, hanging bridge and zipline, waterfall features, and obstacle courses/

If you want some peace and quiet, a room at the Momarco Resort & Hotel means staying at a secluded location with everything you need at a resort: swimming pool, man-made lagoon, sports center, mini-zoo, and the Bathala Bike Park, a large bike course.

If you are on a budget and would like to spend more on exploring Tanay, Sampaloc Inn is a backpacker heaven. Economy rooms at this accessible inn start at P900 per night.


Travel Tips

  • Secure a map from the tourism office. This way, you can plan your itinerary better and save costs on transportation expenses.

  • Bring at least a thermal jacket or thermal wear if you cannot brave the cool climate. If you do not like to bring shorts to your trip, a pair of thick, woolly socks can help keep you warm during the night.

  • Be conscious about your waste. Throw any candy wrappers, papers in a trash bin or keep it in your bag until you spot one.

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