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  • Journey Going Home Casaroro Falls Side Trip

    Journey Going Home Casaroro Falls Side Trip

    We had one great Day 2. The club went through hard times when we had one seemingly endless descending trek and a rejuvenating swim at the Naglupad Twin Falls. Well, as I mentioned from my previous blogs, good times has its own ending and our major trek has its end nearing. Day 3 and we started our morning with an awesome smile and I went directly to the bush to my personal moments. It's pooping time! Haha!

    As usual, we prepared our breakfast and lunch and had our stomachs full enough to be prepared for another day of adventure. We were so happy that I don't want it to end. Char. I would've ...

  • Apolong Trail And The Scenic Kaipuhan Sulfur River

    Apolong Trail And The Scenic Kaipuhan Sulfur River

    My inner ninja started kicking out when we started to carry our heavy backpacks because I knew it was gonna be another awesome day. We were descending through Apolong Trail. It was an hour before 12 when we embarked on the journey.

    The weather was great and the mood was up. We were pumped up for those extreme activities we'll undertake. I was still at the end of our trail because ya know, vlog is life. Hahaha!

    SEEMINGLY ENDLESS DESCENT OF APOLONG TRAIL

    It was all good when we saw the muddy 90 degrees descending trail. We quickly reminisced our Mt. Lanaya experience back then. The pass ...

  • The Majestic Twin Falls Of Nagabi And Funny Encounter Along The Trail

    The Majestic Twin Falls Of Nagabi And Funny Encounter Along The Trail

    We were just stuffed as a mighty lion after that sumptuous camp lunch at the Ranch. We finished setting up our tents and preparing ourselves for a quick waterfalls adventure. Of course, I, personally, was freaking excited because I love to chase waterfalls than chilling out on the beach. It gives me the feeling of being invigorated and being one with nature. The water massage from the drop and the chills it provides that is so remarkable.

    It was around 4:30 PM that we set forth towards the majestic Twin Falls of Nagabi. My friend, James, was so excited about this falls as he talks about it ...

  • Cuernos De Negros Mt Talinis 3D2N Via Malungcay-Apolong Trail

    Cuernos De Negros Mt Talinis 3D2N Via Malungcay-Apolong Trail

    Cuernos de Negros or popularly known as Mt. Talinis is one of the nearest mountains for major climbs from Cebu City with very minimal expenses. It is located in the highlands of Negros Oriental and it is the 2nd highest mountain in the Negros Island.

    Our club, NCR Trekkers, recently had one amazing experience traversing Cuernos de Negros thru Malungcay-Apolong Trail for 3 days and 2 nights.

    Also read: Cuernos de Negros Blog Series

    A lot of people sent their inquiries about our major trek and here are the Frequently Asked Questions for your guidance:

    Malungcay Trail?

    Malungcay Tr ...

  • Cuernos De Negros Part 3 Lake Nailig And Last Nights Ticked Bucket List

    Cuernos De Negros Part 3 Lake Nailig And Last Nights Ticked Bucket List

    That signifies how well our sleep was during our camping experience in the icy chill wonder of nature at Lake Nailig. The heavens were amazing because we were glorified with such good weather and granted us with such good slumber.

    "Good morning!" said the Four-eyed on his camera lenses for the vlog.

    I was so hyped up! My phone got recharged and so was I. That was one best sleep of my mountaineering life. Cold weather, comfortable ground, cozy sleeping bag, and jacket made pillow, you could definitely imagine how loud my snore was. Hahaha!

    Everyone was already up when I woke up. They w ...

  • Newbies Enjoying Mt Talinis Trail

    Location: Mount Talinis, Valencia, Negros Oriental

    Mount Talinis, also known as the Cuernos de Negros, is a complex volcano in the Philippine province of Negros Oriental. At about 1,903 metres above sea level, it is the second highest mountain on Negros Island after Mount Kanlaon.

    Source: Wikipedia