Mount Purro Nature Reserve is a family-run forest sanctuary tucked away in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, in Barangay Calawis, Antipolo City, Rizal (1.25 hours drive from Q.C.) Sprawling with lush greenery and teeming with wildlife, it is a place that families, friends and organizations can visit to come face-to-face with nature and the great outdoors. Their fully-equipped facil ...
ities and cozy accommodations blend seamlessly well with the surroundings, allowing one to fully immerse himself in the beauty of the environment.
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My happiest moments are usually those spent outside with my family. I am more fulfilled as a mother when I am outside with my family. Read: I go stir crazy and yell a lot more when we are in the house for long periods of time. As an individual, I am a happier person when I am outside too! Where do you usually feel most fulfilled? After seven years of being a mom I have grown tired of playing cars, light saber battles and super heroes; this doesn't mean that I don't still engage in this type of play because I am a pretty amazing Wonder Woman and Rey if I do say so myself. However, I have mature ...
Mount Purro Nature Reserve is a nature reserve nestled at the foot of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range in Barangay Calawis, Antipolo. The forest-trails of Barangay Calawis sprawl through the nature reserve and link its guests to the surrounding wilderness.
Perennially laid-back Antipolo City is still rife with rural cliches -- especially at the foothills of the Sierra Madre where nature is thankfully unharmed by modernity's excesses. In Barangay Calawis, a family-run nature reserve is on its first year of operations as a mountain resort complete with a swimming pool, special event facilities and native-inspired lodgings for couples, families and large groups of guests. Called Mount Purro Nature Reserve (MPNR), the property is an emerging venue for vacations, team building, private meetings, planning seminars, conferences, corporate events and pa ...
Do you know that feeling that you have that strong urge to breathe, to bask in the sun, to appreciate the beautifulness of nature, and just be grateful about life? Well I felt that intensely. And thankfully, we discovered Mount Purro Nature Reserve.
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