Adventures in Real, Quezon: Balagbag Falls

Balagbag Falls is a two-tiered waterfall in Real, Quezon. Due to its deep plunge pool, it is also widely known for the cliff jumping experience. The first level is roughly five meters high and has a deep catch basin, while the second level is about 25 meters high with its water falling into a shallow pool.


Balagbag Falls, Real, Quezon


November 12, 2017 — My feet haven’t felt the exhaustion from the trek yet when the sound of the raging water came into earshot. Along with the shushing of the waterfalls were the far-flung high-pitched laughter of boys and girls who probably have been enjoying the area an hour ahead of our arrival.


Balagbag Falls, Real, Quezon


The waters, at first, seemed to frighten people who wish to pass through the stream. Rocks and pebbles were scattered around, serving both as an obstacle and a track for river-crossers.


Balagbag Falls, Real, Quezon


The stream falls steeply over two rocky ledges.  On the left side of the first cascade is where people can climb up to the second level of the Balagbag Falls. The second level has a shallow pool and serves as the jump-off point for adrenaline-filled cliff jumpers.


Balagbag Falls, Real, Quezon


Like any other falls, the -ber months is the best time to visit Balagbag Falls because of the rain season.  The entrance fee per person is ₱20. There are cottages for rent should families or big groups decide to avail.



Contact Person/s

Tricycle Service (Tour)

Contact Person: Kuya Jerry
Mobile Number: (0926) 204-9043


Things to Bring

  • Sunblock
  • Waterproof action cam
  • Drybag
  • Towel
  • Toiletries


Itinerary and Budget

*This was based on an actual trip in 2017 with 4 persons to share costs.

November 12, 2017 4:50 AM ETA Raymond Bus Terminal to Real, Quezon ₱168/ordinary bus (fare); ₱195/aircon bus(fare)
5:15 AM ETA Van to Real, Quezon ₱220/head (van)
5:30 AM ETD to Quezon
9:00 AM ETA The PARK
9:05 AM ETD Tricycle to Tanauan Tourism Office ₱150/head (tour service = ₱600)
9:15 AM ETA Tanauan Tourism Office ₱300/head (rafting)
9:50 AM Start trek
10:00 AM Start of Rafting
10:40 AM End of Rafting
10:45 AM ETD to Early Lunch ₱50/head (meal)
11:15 AM ETD Balagbag Falls
11:30 AM ETA Balagbag Falls ₱20/head (entrance fee)
12:15 PM ETD to Nonok Falls
12:20 PM ETA Nonok Falls ₱20/head (entrance fee)
2:00 PM Trek back to Tricycle
2:05 PM ETD to Real Surf PH
2:15 PM ETA Real Surf PH ₱270/head (entrance fee); ₱580/head (small cabana fee = ₱2,320)
2:35 PM Settle / rest / free time
3:15 PM Surf ₱200/head (longboard rental per hour); ₱500/head (surfing with instructor per hour)
4:30 PM Swim, free time
7:30 PM Dinner at Surf Shack ₱180/head (average meal price)
8:20 PM Wash up
8:40 PM Socials
9:00 PM Movie night
1:00 AM Sleep
November 13, 2017 7:00 AM Wake up, get dressed
8:15 AM Breakfast at Joshua’s Tapsilog ₱100/head (average meal price)
9:15 AM Swim, free time
11:10 AM Prep, pack up
12:05 PM ETD to Manila
5:30 PM ETA Cubao EDSA ₱220/head (van fare)
TOTAL EXPENSES ₱2,310 / head (with surfing)




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