As many information in previous blogs and the latest lonely planet are outdated, I try to provide here up to date information from our recent hike.
First things first: We enjoyed the strenuous hike to the summit a lot, including my 7 year old daughter....更多
Firstly, visit the hot springs on the way down! They are a little expensive to visit but I really enjoyed them, in fact i went back! They also have a great restaurant at the springs, I recommend the chicken adobo which will feed two. The...更多
Great place to relax and get in touch with nature. Mt. Isarog composed of 36 wlaterfalls around it, in Spanish era it was once called "Vocan de Agua" or water volcano. Good place to hike and swim. A cool and clear water awaits you at...更多
To enter the Isarog National Park you have to pay a fee of 50 Pesos as a foreigner. Fees for Filipino are just 20 Pesos. That's not fair and racism, but whatever. Around the Mt. Isarog is the largest area of tropical forest in the...更多
This place to be visited by nature lovers. A concrete road is being constructed, untill now it's a little bit rough to reach it but possible with a good car. You can parc at the entrance, put your name in the guestbook and pay a...更多
While its a little bit out of Naga, and a bit scary on the motorbike getting there (part of the road was under construction at the time of our visit), it is worth the trip. Beautiful scenery, lush green trees and areas, and home to...更多
If you are using the Lonely Planet guide, you need to know that Kadlagan Outdoor no longer offer the two hiking packages listed on page 170 (May 2015 12th edition). The park officials now require one to use one of their licensed guides. Kadlagan can...更多
Went last August 2015 with my partner. We finalized our trip with the help of Kadlagan Outdoor shop located in SM City Naga. You can look for Jojo Villareal, a very helpful Tour Coordinator.
Mt. Isarog is Located in Camarines Sur. It is considered as...更多