Lambingan Hills: The Newest Attraction in Tanay, Rizal

Tanay, Rizal never runs out of places to offer to its visitors. Lambingan Hill has recently opened to public and has easily caught the attention of tourists. The newest spot in Brgy. Cuyambay is proud to present its pure nature-inspired attraction perfect for families and friends looking for a quick retreat.

Lambingan Hill has a scenic view of Laguna Lake and is surrounded by verdant forest. Its main attractions are the bright red and yellow Celosia flowers.

Aside from it, there are swings hanging on the trees for kids and kids at heart. There is a spacious camping ground for visitors who wish to spend the night.

The weather in Tanay is quite cold, so expect it to be even more freezing at night which is perfect for camping and bonfire. Tent pitching is free, but you can also rent to them for Php150 good for 2 – 3 pax.

You can bring your food without corkage fee. They also offer cooked food and snacks. Hot water and shower are free, and they have 2 CR. For those with car and motorbike, there are parking area beside the jump off point.

Getting to Lambingan Hill required 15 – 20 minutes of trek with gradual ascent. A local tour guide is available with no standard fee being collected.

If you are going to Lambingan for day tour, make sure that you have other side trips. You can include Martessem Resort, where you can watch the sunrise and dine for breakfast/lunch. But if you plan to stay overnight, Lambingan Hill will surely not disappoint.

These are the rates and entrance fees in Lambingan Hill:

  • Day Tour – Php50/head (7am-5pm)
  • Overnight – Php150/head (4pm-9am)
  • Tent Pitching is Free
  • Tent Rental – Php150 good for 2 – 3 persons

What To Do

  • Camping
  • Stargazing
  • Picnic
  • Bonfire
  • Hammock & Swing
  • Chill and Relax
  • Photo-ops

2019 Updates!!!

There is now a pool in Lambingan Hills open from 6AM until 6PM. Note that the water source naturally comes from spring, expect it to be cold. There is also a small nipa hut where it can fit up to 6 people with a table and chairs. The price is around Php800. Bring your sleeping bags and the like.

Lastly, the place is pet-friendly. Just ensure that you bring a leash to avoid them from chasing other animals around the area like chicken and goat.

How To Get There

Private Vehicle

  • Lambingan Hills is now searchable in Waze.

Public Transportation

  • From Cubao, ride a jeep/van bound to Cogeo
  • From Cogeo, look for the terminal of jeep (near City Mall) going to Sampaloc, Tanay, Rizal.
  • From Sampaloc, ride a tricycle and drop off at Lambingan Hills jump off point

Contact Details:

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/hillcampsite/

Renco Juson – 09078282225, for tent reservations

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    1. Hello,

      We suggest you drop them a message thru their facebook at https://www.facebook.com/hillcampsite/ to reserve your tent for overnight. If you have your own tent with you, it’s ok not to connect with them in advance, just inform them when you get there.

      You may also reach out to Renco Juson at 09078282225.

    1. Hi Aiza,

      Going to Lambingan Hills will require more or less 30 minutes trek from the jump-off point. Not sure if this is something that your doctor may recommend po.

  1. hello good day mam pa reserve naman po kame ng tent sa darating na nov 30 over night po kame .. mga 10 katao po kame . galing na po kame last time jan mag mag celebrate lang ako ng birthday po jan 09106272491 nmber ko mam

  2. Just want to share more info here. We’ve been here recently and there’s a pool now, open at 6am to 6pm. It uses spring water so it’s really cold. It’s a great place to camp but you can also rent a small hut if you’re not up for the tent – it can fit around 6 people and has a table and seats outside. It’s around Php800 for the hut (I think) but bring sleeping bags. Just be prepared though coz it’s a 15-20 min hike/trek from the parking, although I guess motorcycles are allowed to go up the site. Also, it could be very cold to almost freezing at night & morning. Lastly, I think you can find it in Waze now, or at least the parking in Cuyambay Road.

    1. Additional info. The place is pet friendly. We brought our dog with us but best to keep them on a leash as there are other animals living in the area as well (our dog tried to chase chickens, and a goat on the way down).

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