Myco Tali Beach House: A Perfect Place to Stay, Relax and Cliff Jump | Batangas

March 12, 2018

Have you finalized your family outing this coming summer? How about your barkada getaway? Or are you just looking for a place to spend the weekend that’s far from the city?

Well, if you haven’t got any location in mind yet. I would recommend Myco Tali Beach House, a perfect place to stay, relax and cliff jump. It’s a family house located in Nasugbu, Batangas which is about 2-hour drive from Manila. The house has three bedrooms that could accommodate a maximum of 16 people for Php 16,000 – Php 19,000 per night (service fee applies) via AirBnb.

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Myco Tali Beach House at night.

But what makes the house ideal for your family or barkada get-away is its proximity to different beaches and coves within Tali Beach such as the Main Beach, Secret Beach, Palm Beach, Coral Garden Beach, Sunset Beach, Barrier Beach and the cliff jumping site. Everyone could do unlimited jumps from the 5-ft high cliff up to the 20-ft high until it wears you out.

Don’t worry for those who got a faint of heart, you would definitely still enjoy the place by taking a dip in their pool and admire the stars while night swimming. Take a peek of what their house has to offer and what else you could do around Tali Beach.  

Myco Tali Beach House


Except from the green tree-house (where the owner stay when they are in Tali Beach), there are three (3) air-conditioned bedrooms available for accommodation.

  • Barkada Room or the Big Room with a capacity of 6-8 people. There are two (2) bunk beds and 2-3 extra single mattresses.
  • Couple’s Room or the Pool room since it’s across from the pool. It could accommodate 3-5 people with its one (1) double day bed, a pull out single bed and (1) queen extra mattress.
  • Family Room which is at the 2nd floor with one (1) queen bed and 2-3 extra single mattresses which is good for 4-6 people.

Pool Area

When you’re all done with the extreme activities and beach bumming or all you want to do is relax then you may chill at their Jacuzzi and 5ft-deep pool.

Toilet and Shower Room

There are two (2) T&Bs with shower heater and bidet, one (1) indoor shower room and 2 outdoor shower area. Toilet papers are available upon request, coordinate it with the caretakers (Kuya Val and Ate My).


Kitchen and Dining Room

For those who would opt to cook their own food, feel free to use the kitchen appliances and equipment available. If you want to hire a cook, you may coordinate with the owner or they could also share the contact number of a nearby lutong bahay resto where you can order for delivery.

What to Bring

The house is complete with rice cooker, oven toaster, drinking water (hot & cold), cooking wares/utensils, conventional BBQ grill and huge refrigerator (with freezer).

  • Bring your own towels and toiletries, as mentioned on their AirBnb listing.
  • Extra utensils especially disposable cups and paper plates, it’ll save you time.
  • They have BBQ grill, you just have to bring charcoal if there’s BBQs on your menu.
  • Ice tubes for your beverages though they have a refrigerator for use.

Things to do

  • Swim at the beach 

There are lots of beaches along Seaside Drive, you may choose from Main BeachSecret Beach, Palm Beach, Coral Garden Beach, Sunset Beach or Barrier Beach. We opted to just stay at the Main Beach.

Yours truly at the Main Beach.

  • Unlimited cliff jump at the Cliff site (along Marina Dr cor. Sea Cliff Rd)

The highlight of our trip was the cliff jumping, there were only few visitors and jumpers when we went there. The water was calm and suitable to cliff jump and swim. For non-swimmers but would like to jump, you may rent a life-vest for Php100.

I’m so proud of you for jumping the 20ft-high cliff.

  • Cruise around Nasugbu coast (NOT included in Myco Tali Beach House rental)

Read: Cliff Jumping at Tali Beach

How to Book

You may find and book their humble abode via AirBnb or you may directly contact the owner through this number 0999-881-4151. If you don’t have an AirBnb account, you may register with this link and get Php 1,000 worth of travel credits.

How to Get There

The best way to get there is via private vehicle since you’ll be driving to its different beaches which are far from each other and it would save you plenty of time. Use waze app, type and search “Tali Beach Drive” if you’re going directly to the house take the right side of the road or search Seaside Drive for the beaches.

Tip: You may arrive earlier than the check-in time (2PM), so you could first explore the beaches or the cliff site.

More Photos of Myco Tali Beach House

Sample Itinerary

Time Activity
Day 1 – Beach Hopping / Cliff Jump / Relax by the pool
06:00 – 07:00 Wake up call
07:00 – 09:30 Breakfast / ETD to Tali Beach
09:30 ETA in Tali Beach
09:45 – 11:30 Beach Hopping (Secret Beach, Palm Beach, Marina Beach)
11:45 – 13:00 Main Beach / Lunch
13:15 – 14:15 Cliff Jump at Cliff Site
14:30 Check-In
15:00 – 17:00 Swimming / Photo Ops
17:30 – 18:30 Dinner preparation
18:45 Dinner
20:00 – 22:00 Pool Swimming
22:30 Shower
23:00 onwards Socials
Day 2 – Check Out / Tagaytay Sight-seeing
08:00 Wake up call
08:30 Breakfast preparation
09:00 – 09:30 Breakfast
10:00 Pool Swimming
11:00 Clean Up / Packing
12:00 Check out
13:30 ETA in Tagaytay / Lunch / Sight-seeing
17:00 – 19:00 ETD in Tagaytay
Read: Tablas Island: The Largest yet the Most Underrated Island in Romblon | Travel Guide

As per the owner: (Do read their house rules and regulations before booking.) 

“Myco beach house is still a private property and not a resort . But we wanted to share the experience of nature and fun so families and friends can enjoy bonding and relaxing in our humble place. Most homeowners, really live in the area, hence, we discourage videoke and other unnecessary loud noise that will disturb our neighbors.” 

I hope this helps you plan your Tali Beach outing whether it would be with your family, friends or workmates. Have fun and safe travels.

Disclosure: Our stay was courtesy of Myco Tali Beach House’s owner as a thank you gift from my earlier article, all opinions are objective and independent.