Good Vibes in Mt. Maculot

Traveling is the trend in today’s generation and made easy because of different media channels showing Do-It-Yourself tips.

For a starter pack or for venture-seekers out there, I could say that a very low cost DIY travel is right infront, at the back, beside you and just around the corner.

Yes! Look around you. You are surrounded by your friends, colleagues, officemates and the like. Connection is just what you need. You come in different provinces so why not use that fact for you and your buddies to have fun. Plan a barkada outing, an overnight to their place. Filipinos, being naturally hospitable, won’t mind and would be glad to show and share to you the cultures of their place. You didn’t just had the adventure of a lifetime, you also earned a deeper friendship.

Like we did with my barkada in the office. One lives in Batangas so we planned to have an overnight to to her place in Cuenca and have a hiking early the next day. Batangas is not only known with its beaches but also because of the various mountains that you can find there; and the mountain that we chose was Mt. Maculot.

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After 2-3 hours of hike inclusive of stop-overs (around 10 stations of natural buko juices and ice candies), selfies and groufies, this 706 meters above sealevel monolith awaits the Taal Lake scenic view.

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