Mt. Talamitam: Another Mountain to Climb

As an archipelago of 7,107 islands and a tropical country blessed with some of the world’s greatest biodiversity, it is a given that the Philippines can serve as a good playground for both beginner and seasoned hikers alike. In the Batangas region alone, there are plenty of mountains awaiting for you to summit – one…

Mt. Talamitam – Travel Guide

How to Get There 1. By public transportation: Take a bus bound to Nasugbu, Batangas. Get off at KM 83. 2. By private transportation: Head to Tagaytay via SLEX-ETON Greenfield -Sta. Rosa or via Cavite. Then, by following the road to Batangas, you’ll reach KM 83. Basic Expenses Coastal Mall to KM 83 bus ticket: 120 php…

Mt. Maculot – Travel Guide

How to get there? Take a bus to Lemery, Batangas and then, ask the driver to drop you off at Cuenca. From there, ride a tricycle to the jump-off point. Ask your driver to pass by the Registration Area near the Cuenca Barangay Hall where you can register and pay the 20 php fee. At…

Mt. Batulao: Easy to Climb, Easy to Love

As an archipelago of 7,107 islands and a tropical country blessed with some of the world’s greatest biodiversity, it is a given that the Philippines can serve as a good playground for both beginner and seasoned hikers alike. In Nasugbu, Batangas, there lies one of the most climbed mountains in the country due to its…

Mt. Daraitan – Travel Guide

How to Get There For Public Transportation: At the EDSA- Shar Crossing, ride a UV express (70 pesos) or a jeepney (57 pesos) to Tanay, Rizal. The trip would take you 1.5 hours. Upon arriving the Tanay market, ride a tricycle (120/person but you can haggle) to Barangay Daraitan. For Private Vehicles: Head out to…