Mount Pulag is Luzon’s highest mountain at 9,587ft and the third highest mountain in the Philippines. The peak of the mountain joins the borders of Benguet, Ifugao and Nueva Vizcaya. Mount Pulag is one of the unique places to enjoy a trekking holiday where beautiful endangered species of animals and various plants unique to the region can be found, as well as large pine forests filled with Benguet pine trees. The climate usually consists of rain and night-time freezing temperatures. A major part of the mountain has been part of a National Park since 1964 and is inhabited by the indigenous tribes to whom the mountain is considered sacred. There are four major trails that include Ambangeg, Akiki, and Tawangan from Benguet and Ambaguio from Nueva Vizcaya. A unique phenomenon that is being called the ‘sea of clouds’ is something rare and amazing to experience along with a beautiful mountain scenery.
Depends on tour rates if going on a package. Fees will vary depending on what trail you choose including fees for the guide, porter, cooking and entrance.
Open right throughout. A permit is required and can be given at the location.
More than 3 hours for hiking or a 2-day hike
Adults or young adults
Breathtaking beautiful view, sea of clouds scenery.
There are no Mosques near the location or located prayer facilities at the site.
Most tourists visit this for a hiking and camping experience, so you can bring your own food or have it prepared and enjoy Halal food at Mount Pulag.