Climbing Mount Pulag, the 3rd highest mountain in the Philippines should be planned as if you’re climbing the world’s highest mountain. To help you out here’s where we got the package, itinerary and some tips.
We were 13 in the group who joined the trip. My boss availed the package at HideOut Travels and Tours for P 3,250 each. You can avail a Joiner package for as low as
The blogger is not associated nor share profit with the travel agency. This is just to provide information for those people who are planning to visit the place.
Travel Agency: HideOut Travels and Tours (Joiners/Group package). You can search other travel agency on Facebook for price comparison.
You can contact the travel crew at these numbers:
Dannish – 09166125934
Louie – 09059572838
- Private Van from Manila – Baguio – Manila
- Round-trip Chartered Jeepney Baguio-Mt. Pulag
- Local tour guides and porter
- Meals (Day 1: Dinner and Day 2: Breakfast)
- Registration fees, Guide fees and Environmental fees
- Certificate of Conquest
- Mt. Pulag Survival Shirt
You can check my MOUNT PULAG hike here.
- Best months to hike are March to May
- Rainy hike are June to October
- Coldest months are November to February
All climbers are now required to present Medical Certificate.
|12:00 AM||Departure to Baguio City|
Arrival in Baguio
Chartered jeepney to Ambangeg
Arrival at Visitors’ Center for Registration and Orientation
|Departure to Ranger Station|
Arrival at the Ranger Station
Arrival at Home-stay
Bath and Nap Time
|11:00 PM||Prepare for Trek|
|Start trek to summit for sunrise|
|Arrival at summit|
Descent from summit
|Back at Camp 2|
|Back to Rented House|
Bath and Pack Up
|Departure to Baguio City|
Arrival at Baguio and Dinner
Departure to Manila
Arrival in Manila
Where to eat if not camping:
- Luzon’s Highest Peak Store
What to wear:
Clothes that will make you warm but not bulky
- Dry fit long-sleeves
- Jackets / Sweater / Hoodie
- Leggings / Jogging pants / Compression Pants
- Thick Dry fit Socks
What to Bring:
- 4L Water (You can drink the running water along the trail.)
- Poncho or Rain Coat
Tip: It’s better to put it around your neck than on your head.
If staying at the campsite:
- Sleeping Bags
- Portable Camping Stove
- Food – P 500
I hope this will help you plan your trip to Mt. Pulag. You can post your question in the comment section below.
Yours truly at the summit