in Rodriguez, Rizal is now one of my fave. Aside from being extremely close to my place, this place is just beautiful. From the blazing sunset to the mountains of gold and green to the kids that will greet you here and there, Mt. Balagbag is a place I will not get tired of visiting. It was my last hike for 2015 and my first for 2016. And as promised, here’s an UPDATE GUIDE to Mt. Balagbag, Rodriguez, Rizal.
Read: Guide to Mt. Balagbag-Maranat Falls Traverse
Updates in Mt. Maranat
Year End Climb + Chasing Sunset
Return and Reunion
Note: Try to reach the terminal before 6pm so you could catch the last trip. On our 3rd hike, we missed it. Good thing one driver offered us a ride halfway through and dropped us to a terminal at Kwatro where we rode a tricycle back to major road.
Tricyle to Baranggay Hall – Php 30 (optional; tricycle back is Php 15)
We didn’t hire a guide but if ever you’ll hire one, there’s no fixed fee.