Mt Pulag is known as ‘The Playground of Gods’ and for someone who has witnessed its glory, it’s easy to see why. Mt Pulag is the third highest mountain in Philippines. Its peak stands proud at a whopping 2922 meters above sea level. For those who brave the challenging but incredibly beautiful hike, the rewards are priceless.
Spectacular sunrises and sunsets, a sea of clouds for company and unparalleled views await the enthusiastic hikers who reach the top. A number of exotic plant species and flower beds make the hike extremely picturesque and memorable.
Mount Pulag Travel Tips
- You can choose between an easy route and relatively more challenging hike.
- The temperatures can drop to zero degrees on top of the mountain and rainfall is common too. It is advisable to wear warm clothes and carry rain proof clothing
- It is possible to make arrangements for jeepneys from Baguio to take you directly to the Badabak Ranger Station. This significantly cuts climbing time.
- A permit is necessary and can be obtained on-site.
Entrance Ticket Details For Mount Pulag
- Depending on the trail you want to embark on, the guide fee will vary.
How to Reach Mount Pulag
- To reach Mt Pulag, hire a cab and reach the ranger station to start your trek.
- Filomenas Restaurant and Bakeshop
- Lucy’s Eatery
- Morning Star
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29.46% of people who visit Baguio include Mount Pulag in their plan
6 PM - 7 PM
43.79% of people start their Mount Pulag visit around 6 PM - 7 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Mount Pulag
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mount Pulag