Palo Alto Baras Rizal

Welcome to Palo Alto

PALO ALTO AT THE BOUNDARY OF ANTIPOLO/BARAS AND TANAY LEISURE FARM & RESIDENTIAL RESORT WITH WATER FALLS AND FOREST RESERVES – is today’s biggest developed master planned community along Marcos Highway (MH: almost twice the above sea level elevation of Tagaytay.)

Cocooned at the boundary of Antipolo, Tanay and Baras and practically a quick drive away from Greater Manila Area.

Lies strategically at the crossroad of major forthcoming infrastructure such as MARILAQUI (Marikina, Laguna & Quezon.) Highway, the P56-billion Circumferential Rd. 6 project and the P48-billion Laiban Dam in Tanay, Rizal. Positioned with the eco-tourism map of the 600km Sierra Madre Trail, the first bio-diversity corridor trail in the country.


PALO ALTO showcases a 78-hectare Forest Reserves; 53-ha. Open Space that features a Sta Lucia Country Club complete with leisure amenities such as 6-lane tenpin bowling alley, gymnasium, swimming pools, basketball & tennis courts; and 17-ha., 73 ha. and 62 ha. Residential, Commercial and Farm Estates.



  • Landscape Entrance Gate w/ Guard House

  • Cemented Roads, Curbs and Gutters

  • Cemented Sidewalks w/ Promenade trees

  • Underground Storm Drainage System

  • Electrical Facilities

  • Concrete Electrical Posts

  • Mercury Street Lamps

  • Landscaped Garden and Promenades

  • Centralized Interrelated Water System

  • Overhead Water Tank and Deep Well

  • Water falls


  • Clubhouse

  • Conference and Function Room

  • Restaurant, Snack bar & Coffee Shop

  • Ten-pin Bowling Alley

  • Billiards

  • Table Tennis

  • Darts

  • Showers, Lockers & Dressing Room

  • Fitness Gym

  • Covered Basketball Court

  • Covered Tennis Court

  • Swimming Pool

Palo Alto Falls & Leisure Park

The Palo Alto Falls and Leisure Park inside the 200-hectare prime residential and commercial estate is open to the public. The 60-feet high falls, which is surrounded by foliage and cascades into a clear pool, is 1,000 feet up. Going straight the paved roads leads to the parking area then to the falls.

However, to get to the foot of the falls, one needs to climb up the 249 concrete steps. Or, about 5 to 10 minutes of walk. Lush greeneries and small streams are on both sides of the concrete stairway.



From Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, continue onto Col. Bonny Serrano Avenue, proceed and turn left onto Katipunan Avenue, Slight right onto Katipunan Avenue, turn right onto Major Santos Dizon, then turn left onto Maj. Santos Dizon Street, straight ahead along Masinag and pass by Cogeo and Padilla, Drive along Boso-boso and Cabading straight ahead then turn right onto Vera St. where Palo Alto is located. It is approximately 33.9km, 1hr and 1minute away from EDSA Cubao.