Maranat Range and Waterfalls

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The town of Rodriguez, Rizal, just outside Metro Manila, holds one of the gateways to the famous Sierra Madre Mountain Range: Mt. Maranat has boasts of luscious greenery, rolling terrain, streams, pools, and waterfalls.

Unknown to many, “Maranat” is actually the name of the falls, which belongs to Mt. Oriod. The falls is a majestic sight to behold. The fruit-bearing trees that abound in the area, and the cascading water from the falls, framed by fallen logs, make for a relaxing experience. One may even take a refreshing swim in the cool waters.

With its accessibility and affordability, and the challenge and beauty it offers, Mt. Maranat is becoming a favorite destination among outdoor enthusiasts, especially for those who seek to commune with nature in the outskirts of the city.


  • Roundtrip transfers: Manila-Bulacan-Manila
  • Registration fees, DENR fees and other applicable entrance fees
  • Services of our Adventure Guides
  • Local guide fees


  • Porter fees (if needed by the participant)
  • Meals
  • Tips and donation
  • Day 1

  • 04:00 AM Meet up and Registration at McDonald's El Pueblo, Ortigas.

  • 04:30 AM Depart for Maranat Range.

  • 07:00 AM Estimated time of Arrival (ETA) Jump off point. Final preparations.

  • 07:30 AM Orientation. Start trek.

  • 11:00 AM ETA River. River crossing via ropes and a pulley.

  • 11:30 AM ETA Maranat Range. Lunch. Proceed to waterfalls.

  • 12:30 PM Waterfalls. Swim, relax and explore the river system.

  • 03:00 PM Trek back to jump off point.

  • 05:30 PM ETA Jump off point. Wash up. Depart for Manila.

  • 08:00 PM ETA Manila.

Trail Steepness Mild with some steep parts
Trail Exposure Covered and exposed parts present
Mobile Signal Mostly present
Water Source Water and other beverages can be purchased at the jump-off point
Restroom/Toilet Present at the jump-off point
River/Water Crossing Yes
Temperature Usually humid
Meals Not provided
Special Equipment/Gear Swimming attire
Insects Some bugs
Swimming Allowed
Wash Area at the Jump-off point Present
A change of clothes
A good pair of hiking shoes
Things for rain and sun protection (e.g.Sunblock, shades, cap, raincoat)
Head Light
Water and other rehydration fluids (we recommend a minimum of 2litters/person)
Snack/ Trail Food
Packed lunch
Personal Medication
Toiletries (e.g tissue, towel,soap)
Trekking pole
Extra plastic or dry bags for your dirty clothes
Deposit slip and your remaining balance

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