Cliff Jumping at Tali Beach

June 03, 2015

This trip was one of our spur-of-a-moment thing. The night before was my friend’s birthday and we still have our hang overs, when we decided not to waste our time and just go to the beach.

My friend’s cousins suggested and searched this place online. Routes to Tali Beach from Manila via Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway, via R-1 (Cavite) or via R-3 (Laguna), click links for google maps. It was a 2-hour drive from San Luis, Batangas while an estimated of a 3-hour drive from Manila.

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09998814151 / 09399371952

Here are the picture of our Impromptu Cliff Jumping at Tali Beach:

(c) Kuya Bok, Jem, Princess, Ate Iseh, Ate Alex, Aysid and Kuya Jingo for photos and company

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The blue ocean’s contrasting color to the green land. I want to go back.
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The cool water under the blazing sun.

Tali beach is in Nasugbu, Batangas near Punta Fuego and they found a P4000 worth of house rent overnight, swimming and cliff jumping. You can contact Nico Muleta at (0939)-937-1952 if you’re planning to have an overnight trip at Tali Beach. We just googled this number and no worries this one is legit.

Visitors cannot easily enter the gate and we waited for the caretaker to fetch us. The location is like an exclusive subdivision and there are lots of inclined road and slopes. It’s better to have someone whose familiar to the site, we arrived around 3PM and left around 7PM.

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Weeeeee! Us getting ready to jump!

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The wide view of the jumping spot.
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We call this the beginner’s level cliff, it’s around 8+ feet above sea level. Easy peasy, ain’t it?
Read: Little Santorini in Batangas
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Sweeeeeeeeet! That’s Kuya Bok showing how easy it is.
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At the highest cliff, it’s around 20 ft. above sea level. Can you see me?



Book through Airbnb or contact them at 0939-937-1952 or 0999-881-4151.

Reminder: Don’t forget to bring your own food. Do also leave the place clean and organize.

 Our jump at the highest cliff
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Princess’ and Kuya Bok’s jump
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It’s ate Alex’s jump and I.
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That was a splash and this is how it looked underwater.

You can also watch the video of my jump, click here.

We can say that there’s nothing wrong being spontaneous and these are the times that unplanned trip happen than the planned ones.

I survived cliff jumping and it’s been checked off on my bucket list but I still want to do it again.

Please do share your cliff jumping experience in Tali, Beach!

Proofread and edited by Vany Piol.

55 thoughts on “Cliff Jumping at Tali Beach

  1. Buhay pa ba tong post na to? Hindi ko na ma contact si caretaker as of today. Naka off yung phone and no response sa text.

    1. May iba pa po kayag contact number yung caretaker? This place is really cheap and sana makuha namin.

    1. hello po! yan po ba yung Jo & Johnny’s beach resort? or para siyang sa pansol na maraming resorts then open yung cliff diving?

  2. Hi! How much did you pay for your day tour? 🙂 Is the number listed above your contact person? Thank you so much!

  3. Hi! Is the 5k budget per person? or for a whole group? And what’s the name of the place you stayed at? 🙂 Thank you!

  4. Hello Vien! Paano po kung wala kaming kakilala doon, pwede po bang ma-contact nalang yung binigat niyong number? Thanks!

    1. yes it’s free but I think you should know someone inside the area because it looks like a subdivision,

      as per backpacking and tent, that i’m not sure of,

  5. Hi vien

    That P4000 worth of house rent ba is good for overnight stay? For example dumating kami ng 12nn then the following day aalis kami ng 12nn rin, ang bayad pa rin ba don is P4000?

    Will wait for you to reply. Thanks 🙂

  6. Hi. I just read your blog. And actually me and ny parter is planning to go to tali beach. I would like to ask what name ng resort or ng room na pinag stayan niyo. Balak namin is over night eh. and gusto namin na yung may diving na rin aside sa accom and foods. Hope you can help us. Tahnk you!

    1. Hello! We didn’t stay in a resort, it’s like a homestay for rent since there’s no pool in the house. I’m not sure if there’s a diving area in Tali Beach.

    1. Same as our estimated budget.. 🙂 the only difference might be with the transpo and food since we didn’t bought food and had our own vehicle..

    1. maganda nmn po.. d n po masyado ncheck kc hapon n po kami dumating then deretso s jumping site taz ngmmadali n po maligo after kc may pasok p po..

      wala pong pool ee..

  7. That’s all fine. Hope we can contact Mr. Nico Muleta soon so we can visit the place ASAP. I’m still awaiting for my colleagues confirmation. Many thanks.

  8. Hi Miss,

    Thanks for letting us know about the place. By any chance, do you have any pictures of the place where you stayed at? And there’s no entrance or environmental fees at Tali Beach, right?

    Thanks in advance. 😊

    1. i’m afraid that i didn’t have the time to take pictures of the house that we rented but as per my companions it is worth it.

  9. Aside from 5k for accommodation, may bayad pa ba per head? How much? Also, may pool ba sila? 🙂

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