Location: Benguet MASL: 2922+ Trail: Plain Field, Muddy, Mossy Forest Difficulty: 3/9As this is the highest mountain peak in our island group, Luzon, we are enticed to see the beauty atop and experience the talk of the town, the sea of clouds. Our group has been extremely excited since we booked our trip. For our case, we have found a group that would organize our climb, but you can always do a DIY-trip which I recommend, as this would more likely save you money.
NOTE: All trekkers should have medical certificate No medical certificate No trekking Tents, Headlamps, Sleeping bags are not included in the package
Our organizer had provide us itinerary and things to bring so here you go.
Ranger station camp site
Rain coat (in case it rains)
Thick jackets at least 2
Extra batteries for flash light or headlamp
Extra Socks, Gloves and bonnets
Personal clothes and medicine
Tent and sleeping bag
1 breakfast for 2nd day
1 dinner for 1st day
1 Meryenda for 1st day
Transportation (BAGUIO - PULAG - BAGUIO)
DENR Entrance Fee
2 Lunch meals (1st day and 2nd day)
Longest Hanging Bridge (JangJang Bridge)
If you don't have tent and sleeping bag headlamps they offer rent
Tent good for 2 rentals is 300
Good for 4 is 600
Sleeping bag good for 1 is 200
Portable stove is 200
Butane gas is 150
Porters 600 for 15 kg
2 Breakfast 1st day and 2nd day
1 dinner 1st day
It is all worth the try. Plan your trip now and omit "someday" and "next time" from your vocabularies. I am really blessed with friends that don't just plan, we make it happen!
Book your trip now or use my aforementioned guide as your sample itinerary! Feel free to comment or ask below!
If Mt. Pulag is in your bucket list, hurry up and go! It is best to go there during Ber-Months or in January to February as this is the time were you can get a chance to see the sea of clouds.
We really had fun with our trip as this is our second hike of this year, yet it is so achieving.
We took the Ambangeg trail which is best for beginners. It is a minor climb so let your guards down.
On our way to Benguet, via Jeepney (which has super good engines by the way) we had chance to go as top load and it is a breath-taking mustry