Tanay Accommodations | Retreat to Nature at Ten Cents to Heaven

Sunday, July 16, 2017

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If you're looking for a quick weekend nature getaway, look no further than Tanay. Aside from its collection of beautiful mountains, it also has a number of nature retreats perfect for those who are keen on spending time with nature without sacrificing comfort.

Located in Sitio Mayagay in Brgy. Cuyambay, Ten Cents to Heaven boasts of a sprawling property overlooking Rizal's mountains. Among the "leisure camp's" amenities and activities are zipline, rappelling, free-fall, function rooms, an onsite resto-bar, a hanging bridge, chic lodgings, and a swimming pool with a gorgeous view.
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RATES
Ten Cents to Heaven charges a general admission fee of Php300/head for adults and Php200 for kids. This include a choice of any one of the activities offered plus use of hanging bridge. For the best and discounted room rates, check here. Other rates are as follows: 
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HOW TO GET THERE
via Private Transport
    Route 1 via Marcos Highway
Course through Marcos Highway. You will pass through Masinag, Cogeo, Boso-boso Resort, Foremost Farms, Palo Alto,  Garden Cottages, and Brgy. Cuyambay. Ten Cents to Heaven will be on your right.
    Route 2 via Sampaloc in Tanay
Take Sampaloc Road. You will pass by the street to Daranak Falls. Go straight until you arrive at a junction. Turn left. Follow this scenic road. It'll be a 45 minutes to an hour ride. You will pass by Sierra Madre resort on your right, Ten Cents to Heaven will be on your left.


via Public Transportation
    Route 1 via Cogeo
Ride a van or jeepney going to Padilla/Cogeo Gate 2. Get off at Gate 2 and from here take a jeep bound to Sampaloc in Tanay. It'll be the same route as Route 1 in private transportation. Get off at at Ten Cents to Heaven. 
    Route 2 via Tanay
Take a jeepney to Tanay town proper. In the Tanay Public Market, there are jeepneys that go directly to Cuyambay. If there are no jeeps available, you can take a Jeep to Sampaloc, get off at the junction and take another jeep bound for Cogeo. Or you can hire a tricycle to take you to Ten Cents to Heaven Tricycle fare is 500 one way but can be haggled down to 350. Alternatively, you can hire a tricycle up to the Sampaloc junction. There are jeepneys going to Cogeo that'll pass by Ten Cents to Heaven.

Celine's Note: In the Tanay Public Market, trips to Cuyambya are available as early as 5AM and as late as 5PM. Jeeps to Sampaloc are available up until 10PM. Jeeps, vehicles in general, are rare once you get to Cuyambay. You could spend up to an hour waiting for a jeepney. Plus, jeeps are often filled to the roof when they pass by here. So take this into account.


CONTACT DETAILS
Ms. Melody G. Francisco
Sales and Marketing Director
+63 917 501 1977 / +63 998 542 3288

Ten Cents to Heaven
Sitio Mayagay II Cuyambay, Tanay, Rizal
For room availability and reservation you
09253146228 / 091771462280 / 250636880 / 27829462
For this-day check-in or walk-in:
+639999770026 / 025422087
www.tencentstoheaven.com

What's your favorite nature getaway?


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