The Masungi Mountain Georeserve rock formations lie along the Sierra Madre Mountain Range at Barangay Cuyambay, Tanay, Rizal. This is a breathtaking place which resembles Great Britain's Stonehenge.
Mount Masungi is one of the attractions in Tanay. It is a colossal rock formation that is comparable to the rock cliff formations in Palawan. In some areas, at certain times of the year, ...
with the right angle of sunlight and viewed from the top, the formations look like tall spires of orange-colored rocks like a fusion of the limestone karsts of Palawan and the vermillion colored rocks of the Grand Canyon of the United States of America. At the very least, the formations are an impressive sight to behold. They seemingly goes on for miles with their spiky tops poking through thick vegetation.
Masungi Mountain Georeserve Rock Formations News
The Masungi Georeserve in Baras, Rizal got immensely popular for its well-managed and exhilarating Discovery Trail. Nature lovers reveled in the natural rock garden playground where they traversed through forest trail, find their balance on giant hammocks and savor the scenic rocky peaks while learning more about the surroundings. But this trail is only a part of the huge 2,000 hectare Masungi Karst Conservation Area. Just recently, the Masungi Georeserve Legacy Trail was opened as a separate offering. The new trail highlights the project's conservation efforts, immersion and insight into the ...
A nature park beloved by day hikers and instagrammers has just launched a new attraction that aims to immerse visitors in the importance of conservation work.
Masungi Georeserve, the conservation area and karst rock garden hidden in the rainforests of Baras in Rizal, launched a new trail recently.
Many weekend warriors are already familiar with the Discovery Trail, which takes guests through caves, rope courses, hanging bridges, a giant hammock, and a spiderweb-like view deck that offers spectacular views.
The Legacy Trail, which was launched this month, meanwhile takes visitors deepe ...
I?ve been asked a lot by my friends to organize a trip to Masungi Georeserve. I was always hesitant because I thought of it as very expensive since I know we can climb other mountains for P1000 or less.
Masungi Georeserve is a conservation area and karst rock garden hidden in the rainforests of Baras, Rizal. Its name comes from the local term "masungki" which translates to "spiked" - describing the jagged limestone landscape found here. The discovery trail offers a unique outdoor experience where visitors get to hike through karst landscape, with limestone formations, sinkholes, caves and natural trails and forests. The geological park has eco-friendly conservation areas, rest stations and obstacles including hanging bridges, rope ladder descents, view decks, and a giant hammock where you can ...
Masungi Georeserve is a conservation area and karst rock garden hidden in the rainforests of Baras in Rizal. I'm sure by now, most tourists are familiar with the giant hammocks, rope bridge courses and spiderweb-like view deck, which are the highlights of the Discovery Trail. For those who would like to delve deeper into the forest, engage with the local community, and make a difference somehow, the park just launched a new trail called the Legacy Trail.
Shots I was able to take while trying to hold on for dear life. What seemed like a normal easy but pricey hike with free snacks quickly turned into an amazing adventure that scared some of us. It was more or less a weekend well spent.
Notes: Fee per person was around Php 1,800.00 and minimum 7 people per booking. Don?t forget to bring water bottles and a small back to put your valuables in. Best to start early to avoid the heat and to finish early in time for lunch. Do book in advance as slots fill up quickly.
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