TREK - Mount Pulag, Philippines | #FeelTheEnigma | 14 - 21 Feb 2019

It’s beauty cannot be captured in pictures. You have to see it with your very own eyes, feel its enigma and breathe the mountain air to make the experience complete. Mount Pulag is Luzon’s highest peak at 2,926m and is one of the most famous mountains in the Philippines. It is the third highest mountain in the Philippines, next to Mount Apo and Mount Dulang-dulang. You will be starting this Enigma Trek at Batad Rice Terraces, arguably the most beautiful rice terraces in the world.

One of the most well-maintained national parks in the country, it is home of the nation’s rare and endangered species of flora, fauna and home to some of North Luzon’s ethnic tribes. It is a mountain worth climbing, both for its challenging trails and its natural beauty.

At a Glance:

  • Good level of fitness required
  • Batad Rice Terraces, arguably the most beautiful rice terraces in the world.
  • Hike the 3rd highest and most famous mountains in the Philippines
  • Travelling with an amazing group of women trekkers – there will be opportunities to meet and bond prior to trip
  • Organised by Singapore Tourism Board licensed travel agent TrekkersAsia Pte Ltd and experienced trekkers to Mount Pulag
Trek Grading

Climbing Mount Pulag is a moderately challenging climb.

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Itinerary Overview

Ambangeg/Babadac Trail

22 Jan: Day 1
Depart Singapore early evening and arrive in Manila
Take a private night bus to Banaue. (5-6 hour drive)

23 Jan: Day 2
Arrival in Banaue. Head to the Bangaan Rice Terraces, a UNESCO world heritage sight. This is where we start our trek to Batad, known for its amphitheater like rice terraces and another UNESCO World heritage site. The trek to Batad will take around 5 hours. In Batad, we will get to experience how rice wine is made before ending the night with a healthy local dinner.

Sleep: Batad Village
Food: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

24 Jan: Day 3
Early in the morning we wake up for breakfast and head to Tapiyah waterfalls where we will be trekking along the rice terraces of Batad.

We will have brunch as soon as we arrive in our homestay and prepare as we trek back to the Saddle point where we will travel back to Banaue and head straight to Baguio.

Sleep: Baguio homestay  
Food: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

25 Jan: Day 4
At 4am we head to Mt.Pulag with side trips such as Sulfur spring, Jangjang hanging bridge as well as the Ambuklao Dam. Lights out early for our early trek to Mt.Pulag the following day.

Sleep: Homestay at trailhead
Food: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

26 Jan: Day 5
Wake up at 12am for our 1am trek to Mt.Pulag's summit. Here we pass by Pine forest, Mossy forest and the grass land before finally arriving at the highest peak of Luzon and the third highest mountain in the Philippines!.

We descend after using the same trail and head back to our home-stay for lunch.  After lunch we head back to Baguio for our night bus back to Manila.

Sleep: Night Bus
Food: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

27 Jan: Day 6
Estimated time of arrival in Manila is at 3am.
Depart for Singapore mid morning.

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