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Mt. Pulag National Park

Baguio, Luzon, Philippines
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SECOND VISIT TO MT PULAG NATIONAL PARK

In November 18-19 I went on a second visit to Mt Pulag National Park. My first visit was in April... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
LabneyRiverside
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Singapore, Singapore
Luzon highest peak

2922 meters above sea level Luzon highest peak. 3rd in the Philippines 📌Fees Entrance fee... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
itravelj0
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Quezon City, Philippines
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“ambangeg trail” (31 reviews)
“ranger station” (31 reviews)
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Baguio, Luzon, Philippines
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Reviewed 1 week ago

In November 18-19 I went on a second visit to Mt Pulag National Park. My first visit was in April, 2010. The road is now concreted all the way to the Babalak Ranger's Station. It was a weekend and a requirement to camp here instead...More

1  Thank LabneyRiverside
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

2922 meters above sea level Luzon highest peak. 3rd in the Philippines 📌Fees Entrance fee P150/person Camping fee P50/person LGU fee P150/person Guide fee P600/1-5 person P120/5person or more Porter fee (optional) P600/15 kgs and above 🚫Do not forget to bring your medical certificate 🚫No...More

1  Thank itravelj0
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

It's one of the best climb I had this year. Akiki trail is nicknamed as the Killer Trail, the heck it is. It's an all time assault towards the summit but because of the scenic views, the heaviness of my pack, the ache of my...More

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Thank Regie C
Reviewed 31 October 2017 via mobile

We took the Akiki-Ambangeg trail which is categorized under 7/9 difficulty level but my 13y.o. sister managed to finish it. The trail is really beautiful, crossing through Pine Forest, Mossy Forest and Grassland at one hike was something unique for this mountain and the Akiki...More

1  Thank rinaritchie
Reviewed 11 October 2017

The early morning trek in the bitter cold was worth it. The sea of clouds was a sight to behold. If you decide to climb Mt. Pulag, I highly suggest that instead of camping, book a homestay instead so that you won't have to bring...More

Thank Kay M
Reviewed 9 October 2017 via mobile

MT. Pulag is the third highest peak in the Philippines located in Benguet, Mountain Province. Unlike other trekkers, I decided to go ‘solo’ so it’s just me and my trekking guide Daniel Bugnay a licensed freelance guide who lives a few meters away from the...More

8  Thank Eva A
Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

Mount pulag is simply breathtaking. It's a national heritage w/c is a gem and should be taken cared of. The sunrise view from the top at dawn is a must see. Beware though that the much ballyhooed sea of clouds is not a certainty. The...More

Thank akaong
Reviewed 17 August 2017

The day before our climb, it started raining so we couldn't camp at Camp 2, we were only able to stay at the Ranger station which meant that we have to climb a total of 4 hours to reach the peak. The trail was steep,...More

Thank angela beatriz d
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

First of all, don't litter and destroy the mountain. 8 hours of walk, back and forth. Summertime is a good time to be here. A lot of people did not even get to the summit because of extreme weather/rains. Essential: Bring FACE MASK as the...More

4  Thank Arjay B
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

We climb mt. Pulag via ambangeg trail which was the easy and shortest trail aming them. I suggest u plan your trip on a week day so u can get to camp at campsite2 for you to be able to feel the thrill of camping....More

1  Thank April P
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Georgina P
13 December 2017|
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Response from akaong | Reviewed this property |
it would be best to procure a medical certificate prior to heading to mt pulag. you'll be literally in the boondocks where medical practicioners may be scarce. getting one in manila or in baguio city is easy enough enjoy!
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arvifp
7 November 2017|
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Response from LabneyRiverside | Reviewed this property |
On my last visit I saw two children (girls) about age 7. I wondered why the parents would want to bring them there. I saw one of the girls a few times. At one stage during a rest stop she seemed to be sobbing. After the... More
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Cumang
5 November 2017|
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Response from Eva A | Reviewed this property |
Hi Cumang. There’s trek during weekdays. And it’s even more fun because pitching tents is allowed in the Camping Site. Tour operators do not usually take only two trekkers or hikers. It’s always with a group. I trekked... More
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