Mount Tapyas in Coron Palawan offers one of the most spectacular view of Coron Islands, so it’s highly recommended to go up this mountain if ever you are to visit Coron. It’s best to climb it early morning to see the sunrise, or before night falls to see the sun setting on Coron Bay. After some 700 steps to the top, we were treated with a breathtaking panoramic view of some of the islands and the surrounding mountains. Continue reading Mount Tapyas, Coron, Palawan
Here’s a scary video. A mountain trekker takes us through a narrow trail on a steep slope of Mount Pulag, the second-highest mountain in the Philippines. If you’re the type that’s always raring for adventure, this should be up your alley.
Video courtesy of wilsuan
Basic information: At an elevation of 2,922 m (9,587 ft), Mount Pulag is the highest peak in Luzon and second-highest in the Philippines, next to Mount Apo at 2,954 m (9,692 ft).