Travel Guide to Mt. Manalmon

Here is to another adventure location located just two hours away from Manila. Not only that you will get to hike a mountain, you will also be able to travel back to history, go caving, try the monkey bridge, swim in a river and do a whole lot more.

The legend there is. Once there was this couple that was about to get married. Because of their want to give a feast on their wedding day, the man decided to go for a hunt and was able to reach this part of Bulacan which is now the Mt. Manalmon. He saw a deer and shot an arrow to it not knowing that the deer is the diwata’s (fairy) pet.  The fairy punished the man by submerging half of his body at a rock found at the summit of the mountain. When the man’s soon-to-be wife found out about what happened, she decided to plea for forgiveness and ask the fairy on what she can do. She was told to offer nine jars full of fruits sap or nectar. The woman did try to scout all parts of Bulacan in search for every fruit-bearing trees, but she was only able to collect eight jars and a half. What she did was, she added water onto the last jar, and gave it to the fairy. When the fairy found out about it, she got more furious, and turned the woman into a bird and the man was permanently swallowed by the rock hence the word Manalmon or “Manlalamon” o “Mangangain.”

face off: Mt. Gola and Mt. Manalmon

How to get there: Mt. Manalmon is located in Sitio Madlum in Brgy. Sibul, San Miguel, Bulacan. Going there is pretty easy, you will just have to board a bus bound to Cabanatuan at any of the bus stations at Baliwag in Quezon City or in Pasay. Tell the conductor afterwards to drop you off at Kamias in San Miguel and from Kamias, take a trike to the jump-off point at Brgy. Madlum.

what I don't like about Mt. Manalmon, every thing has its corresponding payment

It was around 6am when we boarded the bus to Cabanatuan and it was only me and Ate Bing. It was my first time to do a trek with only one companion around but I felt secured since Ate Bing had been there for three times already (and she is a pro).


0600 ETD from Cubao or Pasay

0800 ETA at Brgy. Kamias in San Miguel

0830 Arrival at the registration area

0900 Start trek

1000 At the summit of Mt. Manalmon

1030 Start descent

1045 Arrival at the river or junction to Mt. Gola

1115 Back at the jump-off point

1130 Lunch

1300 Caving at Bayukbok Caves

1430 Swim at Madlum river

1530 ETD from the jump-off point

1600 ETD from Brgy. Kamias

1800 ETA at Manila

bamboo rafting at Madlum River

Trail: You can either take the easy trail during the ascent and the balikatan trail during the descent or vice-versa. For us, we took the easy trail first and we got to pass by the Madlum Cave then the Madlum River, a plain then the rocky part where most of the assault is going to happen.

scenery along the trail

The trail is easy, though the scorching heat of the sun may get on your way. The view at the summit is truly a sight to behold as you will also be able to see the mountainous range of Sierra Madre, the neighboring mountains, Mt. Gola on the left and Mt. Mabio on the right and the beautiful Mt. Arayat.

inside Madlum Cave

During the descent, we took the Balikatan trail, it is harder compare to the easy trail if you choose it during the ascent. There we passed by another part of Madlum River where campers get to pitch their tents. There is also another camping site near the summit. The river separates the two mountains, Mt. Manalmon and Mt. Gola. You can actually do a twin day hike for an additional fee.

Mt. Gola as seen on the summit of Mt. Manalmon
Mt. Gola as seen on the summit of Mt. Manalmon
Mt. Mabio's charm is so inviting
Mt. Mabio’s charm is so inviting

The trek to the summit took us 45 minutes, probably the shortest I had and the trek back to the jump-off point was around an hour since we did stop at the river, and we had lots of quick breaks due to the heat.

Now, for the budget. Here is a breakdown of our expenses:

Mt. Manalmon imposed fees
Mt. Manalmon imposed fees

Bus to Kamias, San Miguel Bulacan: 117 php

Trike to Brgy. Madlum: 200 php per trike divided to the number of pax per trike (4 pax maximum but they put a sign that a trike can only accommodate 3)

Registration Fee: 5 php

Bamboo raft Fee: 5 php

Guide Fee: 300 php for a group of 8

Caving at Bayukbok Caves: 300 php additional

additional for Mt. Gola: 300 php but you can haggle it to 200php

Trike back to Kamias: 200 php

Bus back to Manila: 117 php

Having a guide is mandatory though the trek is not that hard. But what’s a 300 php fee if you can already feed one guide’s family? Locals get their living out of farming and sometimes it isn’t enough. And your 300 php won’t go to waste since guides there were briefed with the history of the place and are knowledgeable of the trail.

Side trips: Mt. Manalmon is not just about hiking up a mountain. It has a lot more out of its sleeve. The activities one can do, compensates the fact that trekking up to the summit can only take for about an hour.

St. Michael replica inside Madlum cave
St. Michael replica inside Madlum cave

The Madlum Cave is where most of the gerilyas seek refuge way back Aguinaldo’s time. It is also where an 18th century relic of St. Michael was found and the same location where the TV Show Mulawin was filmed.

What makes the cave interesting are the pieces of signs and materials used by a cult. When we were there, we found the Illuminati’s Eye of Providence symbol on a piece of wood.

trying the monkey bridge
trying the monkey bridge

The Madlum River which is not only beautiful, but is home to different adventure activities as well. One can try the bamboo rafting or the cliff jumping or just swim around. There is a monkey bridge that is a must-try and by the way it is free.

inside Bayukbok cave's chambers
inside Bayukbok cave’s chambers

The Bayukbok Caves 1-6 and 7-8, the numbers represents the chambers and they are of varieties. There is one chamber that is called as the Music Room, one full of stalactites, there is one with a rappel, and one they call as the Ladder.

beautiful formations will welcome you in the first few chambers
beautiful formations will welcome you in the first few chambers

I enjoyed spelunking a lot and I consider it as my favorite part of the trip. Not only that it is my first legit caving experience, the experience challenged me, and it showed to me that caving is not that easy.

We may have spent much more since there were only the two of us, but the experience was priceless. For a short period of time, the locals of Sitio Madlum became our family. They were probably one of the nicest people I have known. If you are going to ask me if I will be going back, the answer is a big YES.

Contact number of guides:


For the permit, kindly contact Sir Carlito Carpio (President of the Madlum Guides Association) at +639195746470.

The requirements and procedure to get a permit are as follows:
5 days before the activity/event email your letter of intent and the names of the participants to the following addresses:

Wait for their reply or call these numbers to follow-up your application:
0447640154 – Municipal Office of San Miguel Bulacan
09053726148 – Boy Florencio (Municipal Tourism Officer of San Miguel Bulacan)

Note: Call during office hours only!

Let them know if your permit has been approved or leave your number when you send your request.

To make your arrangements call or text the following before entering the park:

09195746470 – Carlito “Tata Carling” Carpio President M.A.D.L.U.M. Inc.
09434440033 – Rexel Marketing and Promotions officer M.A.D.L.U.M. Inc.


186 Comments Add yours

  1. kaiyewashere says:

    Cool! Punta kami jan ng mga officemates ko sa May 1 hihi

    1. Kenneth says:

      Enjoy. Madali lang siya Kaiye! Try nyo yung spelunking sa Bayukbok Cave. Bilisan nyo para makahabol ka sa Summer Heat Wave. lol

  2. anna says:

    nice… 5Php lang pala yung reg fee?? hmmmnn.. anyway, been here 2weeks ago.. tried the monkey trail pero d nmin natry magspelunk..

    1. Kenneth says:

      You should have tried it! Sobrang saya!

      1. anna says:

        next time! 😉 medyo takot kasi ako sa caves.. tried it once sa mt. pinagbanderahan

      2. Kenneth says:

        Galing! Hope to travel with you guys soon 🙂

  3. glai says:

    nice blog! astig daming activities sa manalmon! will add this in my bucket list. 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      Thanks Glai! 🙂

      Yes, and you should try spelunking at Bayukbok cave (s).

  4. Eric says:

    Is the trail/trip doable during the rainy season like this June?

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes Sir! Just make sure to be extra cautious though 🙂

  5. Eric says:

    Are the caving fee and additional Mt. Gola trek an additional 300 per person or still a group of eight?

    1. Kenneth says:

      For the group Sir 🙂

  6. Clue says:

    Thanks for the details about expenses/fares.. need them as we’re gonna climb tomorrow

    1. Kenneth says:

      You’re welcome Clue! Enjoy Mt. Manalmon! Cute name by the way.

  7. Jona says:

    hi, thanks for the helpful blog 🙂 may headlamp for rent sa area? hm?

    1. Kenneth says:

      When we went there, there was none. You can bring one to be sure in case your guide doesn’t have one as well. Thanks for reading!

      1. Jona says:

        sharing an update: headlamp and helmets are available for rent. just ask the guides 🙂 headlamp – php 30.00

      2. Kenneth says:

        thanks Jona! 🙂

  8. George says:

    Yung mga guide fees ba per head ba yun or per group? Thanks

    1. Kenneth says:

      Per group siya Sir George. Kaya mas marami mas mura. Yun lang may number of person per guide, if di ako nagkakamali mga 8 person per guide.

  9. mitch says:

    Hello po.. Madulas kya jan pg wet season? Ngaung naulan ulan.. Plano nmin pumunta ds weekend dun.. Thanks po..

    1. Kenneth says:

      Madulas siya I think dahil sa trail niya and I’m sure maputik siya kung uulan. May river din naman dun kaya okay lang at masaya yun. Be extra careful lang kayo.

  10. Ianne says:

    hello sir. nice blog. are the fees the same po kahit night Trek?

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes, same fees pa din po 🙂

      You’re welcome lanne.

  11. jomma says:

    hi,.we want to try it overnight kaya lang wala kaming gamit..may nagpaparent ba ng gamit dun tnx 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      As far as I know, wala. You will have to bring your own tents para sure if you plan to trek overnight. 🙂

  12. joy says:

    hi po, mga kasya kya 1k estimate for two persons budget dyan po all in?day tour lng po?thanks

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes Ms. Joy, 1k for two person is more than enough 🙂

      1. joy says:

        thanks a lot po

      2. Kenneth says:

        you’re welcome 🙂

  13. Mike says:

    hi, can you bring a dog along sa hike/swimming??

  14. Hello Sir.,

    confirm ko lang po if open ang mt. manalmon? kasi may nagsabi lang., pinasarado daw.? eh punta po sana kami ng mga friends ko this september… thanks

    1. Kenneth says:

      Based on what Ive read it is temporarily close and I have no idea as to when sya magiging open ulit to public. Sadly, wala akong contact dun.

      1. nash says:

        Gud day! Ask lng po sana ako kung open n po ang my manalmon for trekking? Thanks so much po!

  15. nash says:

    Gud morning po sir kenneth! Ask ko lng po kung close p dn po ang Mt manalmon for trekking? Thanks much po sir!

    1. Kenneth says:

      Hi Nash,

      Unfortunately wala pa kong balita kung open na siya. :/

      1. Jean says:

        Hi! Do you know the contact details of any of the guides? So we can ask if open na sya… Thanks!

      2. Kenneth says:

        I dont have the number unfortunately. :/

  16. chammy says:

    Hi sir kenneth..i would like to ask if open na po ult ung mt manalmon..kc wer planning to hike mt manalmon dis october..thanks po sa reply..and sino po ba pwd ma contact pra malaman kng ok na ung bundok puntahan.

    1. Kenneth says:

      Hi Chammy, I lost the number of my contact in Mt. Manalmon. 😦

  17. sa mga naghahanap ng contact numbers ng Guides..


    nagtxt ako dyan b4 pra mag ask kung bukas na ulit…… nde pa daw bukas.. nabura ko lng agad ung txt.. i’m not sure kung alin dyan ung nagreply sakin na number ^_^ try nyu nlng hehe 😀

    1. Kenneth says:

      Thanks a lot for this Mhaitz 🙂

    2. nagreply po sa akin yung 0948 466 3511, mga January 2015 pa po daw magpapa akyat at marami pa po daw inaayos na kaso… thank you po.. 🙂

  18. nagreply po sa akin yung 0948 466 3511, mga January 2015 pa po daw magpapa akyat at marami pa po daw inaayos na kaso… thank you po.. 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      Thanks sa information Ms. Jessame. This will be of big help sa mga may planong umakyat ng Mt. Manalmon. 🙂

    2. Thanks for the info….. naku nxtyr pa pla tlga kmi mkakapunta sa manalmon….. 😦

  19. kadz cleofas says:

    Nice blog, very detailed and very helpful. Thanks po sa update regarding s closure ng mt. Manalmon. Next year nalng kmi aakyat. 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      Thank you Kadz! Happy Holidays! 🙂

  20. Kelay says:

    Great blog, laking help. We’re planning to go there next year, January. Sana open na, this will be my first official minor hike at the same time birthday celeb, if ever 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      Happy Birthday in advance Kelay! 🙂

      1. Kelay says:

        Thanks! 🙂 Do you have any contact para makakuha ng updates kung kelan ulit sila magpapaakyat?

  21. Kelay says:

    Ngayon ko lang nabasa yung comments above. Thanks anw! 🙂 Abang nalang..

  22. House OfToni says:

    Try nyo po sa kanila:
    Tata Carling (Coordinator) – 09195746470
    Other numbers: Cecille – 0907779667; Winter – 09193089503

    1. Kenneth says:

      These are the numbers of?

  23. cracked1979 says:

    Is it ok to come here alone? I am planning to go here next week by myself but still wondering about the safety and if it’s already open to public. Thanks!

    1. Kenneth says:

      There will be no problem going here alone as a guide is mandatory 🙂

    2. emy says:

      Hello, just wondering kung natuloy kang mag hIke mag Isa? How was it? I’m planning to go there next Friday kasi alone. Thanks

  24. panget says:



    1. Kenneth says:

      It went on an inspection last January but no idea yet if it is already open.

  25. Open na po sa public ngayon ang Mt. Manalmon/Madlum Hiking according to contact no. 0919 599 1463/09484 663511

  26. April says:

    Hi! Kailangan kaya mag-hire ng tricycle pagdating sa Brgy. Kamias para may maghintay pagkatapos ng activity sa Mt. Manalmon.

    O maraming tricycle run sa baba ng bundok kaya di kailangan mag-alala sa transportation pabalik?

    Saan pala banda makasakay ng bus pabalik ng Manila?

    Pasensiya na ha. First time ko na pupunta sa lugar e.

    Maraming salamat!

    1. Kenneth says:

      Hi April!

      Meron na naghihintay dun pagkababa nyo, no need to worry. Yung sakayan ng bus naman same sa kung saan ka binaba ng bus papunta doon 🙂

      1. April says:

        Many thanks! 🙂

      2. Kenneth says:

        You’re welcome April.

  27. denzel01 says:

    hola! would it be possible kung mag isa lang ako pumunta dun? after all may guide naman

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes Denzel! Kami dalawa lang dn na pumunta.

  28. Daisy Guro says:

    Gud morning, same prin kaya yng expenses up to now?

    1. Kenneth says:

      As far as I know, yes. 🙂

  29. reniel says:

    Marami po bang nag oovernyt sa manalmon?

    1. Kenneth says:

      Parang tama lang to kunti kasi kaya lang sya ng kahit kalahating araw.

  30. leia says:

    ….try namin pumunta..tagal na di nakapag cave!:>

    1. Kenneth says:

      Enjoy Leia! Safety first, okay?

    2. leia says:

      ..thanks!..we will be at Manalmon on may 5,makikipag unite ulit kay mother nature before school days…by the way,thanks for the blog!Godbless!

      1. Kenneth says:

        You’re welcome Leia! Thanks dn 🙂

      2. leia says:

        ….we’ve been to manalmon yesterday:>:>enjoy!lalo iyong cave..hehe….challenging! natatawa lang ako,,nung nandun na kami,naalala namin iyong sinabi mo na lahat may bayad..hehe..pero sulit naman!:> laking tulong ng blog mo…super:> thanks for sharing your adventures!keep on inspiring people:>…ulitin ko lang sinabi ng tric.driver nung pauwi kami…ingat lang sa lahat ng pupuntahan:>:>GODbless!:>

      3. Kenneth says:

        Thanks dn Leia! God bless as well.

  31. Hi, is it possible not to go to the cave? Just wanted to trek to the summit, to see the view from there and to swim if possible too. 😊

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes, the caving is optional. And it is on the other side.

  32. Arvee says:

    Bukas po ba ito? Pwde din ba 2 person lang pmunta? Para maibang date nman gawin nmen.

    1. Kenneth says:

      Open na po sya at pwede pong dalawa lang kayo 🙂

      1. ideacribber says:

        Was gonna ask if it was open na. Thanks for this guide! 🙂

      2. Kenneth says:

        It’s already open 🙂

  33. Jeric says:

    pwede ba mag overnight dyan ?

  34. arnel says:

    Do you have Iterenary for Over night at mt. manalmon?

    1. Kenneth says:

      Pretty much the same lang naman sya sa daytrip, it’s just that mag stay lang kayo overnight.

  35. arnel says:

    and is there any additional payment once we stay for over night? thanks

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes, iba po yung payment for those who will do overnight.

      1. arnel says:

        Do you have idea kung how much the rate once we stay over nigth?

  36. dhanna says:

    Sir yung bayad po ba sa cave na 300 and sa papuntang mt. Gola na 300 eh good for 8 people na or each yun Bayad? Thanks

    1. Kenneth says:

      Per group of 8 po.

  37. Nicole says:

    Hi Kenneth! Quesiton, the fee for the cave and tour guide na 300 for 8 people max? What if we are 14 in the group? 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      You will have to secure two guides for that.

      1. Sarah Jane Cayetano says:

        Magkano po for 2 person every kelan po pwede ? thank u po

      2. Kenneth says:

        Maybe someone will see your comment here and will invite you and your friend.

  38. Sarah Jane Cayetano says:

    Hi, merun po ba this saturday tour ? how much po for 2 person po ?

    1. Kenneth says:

      Hello Sarah, I apologize but I don’t do tours.

  39. Aaron says:

    may mg climb ba dto sa sat overnyt
    ??june 20?? pa sabit nmn kame ..3pax contact no.09057845591

  40. Roxane says:

    Sir Ken.. pwede makahingi ng contact # ng tour guid? thank you 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      You can check these numbers provided by Mhaitz: 09097779667

  41. Kristoffer says:

    Bukas ba siya anytime? Balak namin ng gf ko this friday eh.

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes it is Sir. Enjoy.

      1. Kristoffer says:

        Thank you ken!

  42. Kristoffer says:

    May signal ba dun sa taas ng bundok?

    1. Kenneth says:

      As far as I can remember, there is kasi mababa lang naman sya.

  43. Ann says:

    Hi! Gusto namin pumunta jan ng family ko. From san pedro laguna to mt. Manalmon ng may sasakyan. Pano po?

    1. Kenneth says:

      No idea Ms Ann if you bring a private car with you.

  44. Abby says:

    seems like there’s a river in the pics.. libre ba swimming dito? 😛 and of course, is the water safe to dive in? XD We’ll be there by this month :3 thank youuu~!

    1. Kenneth says:

      It’s free but just be cautious though, you may not have heard of what happened before the place was opened to public again.

  45. Maristela Sacdalan says:

    Hi sir Kenneth 🙂 . Newbie here . i’m erally afraid of heights po. Pero hindi po ba ganun kataasan itong mount manalmon? Thanks

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes Ma’am. It’s only 196 MASL according to Pinoy Mountaineer’s website. It’s only a short trek as well 🙂

      1. Maristela Sacdalan says:

        Hi again sir. optional naman po yung monkey bridge dba po ? may other way paba para makatawid ? 🙂 thanks

      2. Kenneth says:

        Yes, optional sya but a must-try. May bamboo raft dun for 5php if I’m not mistaken.

      3. Maristela Sacdalan says:

        Thanks again sir Ken! medyo may pakduwag kasi ako kaya natanung ko kung optional hehe . Thanks! sobrang helpful ng blog lalo na sa gaya kong newbie 🙂 . Thanks! Thanks!

      4. Kenneth says:

        You’re welcome po. Hope you can also visit my FB Page 🙂

      5. Maristela Sacdalan says:

        Yes Sir , naka follow na ko dun 🙂 . Thanks again.

      6. Kenneth says:

        Thanks dn Maristela 🙂

  46. master akira says:

    meron po b pde macontact dun, like ung guide nyo or dun s regustration??

    1. Kenneth says:

      Try to contact these numbers: 09097779667
      09484663511 🙂

  47. Ara Prades says:

    Hi, ask ko lang kung meron bang aakyat sa Mt. Manalmon ng after christmas or January 2016? I want to join. Solo lang po ako and currently nasa UAE. Please painform naman.

    1. the province girl says:

      Pajoin din! 🙂 Dalawa kami (not sure pa yung kasama ko). Kung may mga pupunta, January or February, naghahanap kami ng sasamahan na group (first climb). Will also welcome kung may ibang alam kayo aside from Mt Manalmon, yung ok for first timers. Thanks! 🙂

  48. lens says:

    hi! safe po ba jan sa madlum river?thanks lalo na ung pag cross ng river sa monkey bridge?thanks

    1. Kenneth says:

      It’s safe but pag umuulan, wag na po ituloy yung akyat.

  49. This is great. Thanks for the info! So I guess, a whole day at Manalmon would be enough to experience everything? 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes, more than enough actually 🙂

  50. Marla Viray says:

    Open po ba for climb ang Mt. Manalmon until now? Balak ko po umakyat with friends this Sunday, Sept. 13. Thanks!

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes it is already open but you will need to secure a permit first before going.

  51. Stephen says:

    Sir how can i get a permit there? para saan po yun?

    1. Kenneth says:

      Kindly contact Sir Carlito Carpio at +639195746470 to secure your permit. He is currently the President of the Madlum Guides Association. A permit is now needed if you would want to climb Manalmon or Mt. Gola.

  52. Mark says:

    Hello po..paano po kumuha ng permit?plan this feb 13 sana.di po ngrrply c sir carlito

    1. Kenneth says:

      Deretso na lang po kayo sa Manalmon then get the permit there.

    2. Madlum says:

      The requirements and procedure to get a permit are as follows:

      5 days before the activity/event email your letter of intent and the names of the participants to the following addresses:

      Wait for their reply or call these numbers to follow-up your application:

      0447640154 – Municipal Office of San Miguel Bulacan
      09053726148 – Boy Florencio (Municipal Tourism Officer of San Miguel Bulacan)

      Pls. call during office hours only!!!
      Let us know if your permit has been approved or leave your number when you send your request.

      To make your arrangements call or text the following before entering the park:

      09195746470 – Carlito “Tata Carling” Carpio President M.A.D.L.U.M. Inc.
      09434440033 – Rexel Marketing and Promotions officer M.A.D.L.U.M. Inc.

      ” Please share ”

      M.A.D.L.U.M. Inc.(Tour Guiding Organization)

      1. Kenneth says:

        Thanks for this information. I will post this here for everyone to be updated.

  53. Juan Carlo M. Callanga says:

    Good day! Sir kailangan pa bang magpadala ng letter of intent sa Madlum Inc? Thanks!

    1. Kenneth says:

      I don’t think so. You can go there directly.

  54. abigail says:

    hi! i just wanna how much yung nagastos mo lahat lahat?

    1. Kenneth says:

      744 for the fees minus the food since dalawa lang kami.

  55. Aura Bautista says:

    Hello, just wanna ask kung ay booking po or pde on the spot kami pumunta? thanks 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      Kelangan nyo po magpa schedule sa kanila in advance.

  56. Nickz says:

    Hi po ask ko lang po .. kasya na po ba yung 1500 na budget para po maexperience lahat yan haha 😀 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yes Sir. Sobra2 na po yan. Less than 800 lang po ang Mt. Manalmon, mas bababa pa depende sa dami ng kasama mo.

      1. Nickz says:

        Paano po kung 2 lang po kame ?

      2. Kenneth says:

        Compute nyo na lang po based on the budget specified above. Pero sobra pa rn po yan.

  57. Nickz says:

    hi po ask ko lang po kung kasya na ba yung 1500 na budget para po sa lahat ng yan 😛 😀

  58. Hi ask ko lang po kung magkano bayad sa tour guide? dalawa lang po kami..planning to go there tom. and magkano budget for two pax?

    1. Kenneth says:

      Hi Tin,

      All information are available in the blog. You can divide the fees into to two.

  59. Jeremy says:

    Good day! Uhm ask ko lang kung required talaga mag send ng letter before the hike? We’re planning to go there by saturday. Thank You!

      1. jeremy says:

        how much po ba dapat budget if aakyat?

      2. Kenneth says:

        Depende sir kung ilan kayo since there are fees that can be divided into the number of your group. But it will be less than 1k naman po.

  60. Jeremy says:

    Paano kung di kami nakapagsubmit ng Permission letter, hindi ba kami papaakyatin?

    1. Kenneth says:

      You will have to email them lang naman, mabilis lang naman po yung process.

      1. jeremy says:

        Ow i see! THank you po for the reply 🙂

  61. Jayson Villasor says:

    May signal po ba doon sa summit Sir?

  62. Mark Peñaflor says:

    Hi Sir,
    Inquire lang po sana,may updated number po ba kayo sa Municipal Tourism Officer of San Miguel Bulacan?
    Thanks po 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      Yan lang po sir yung meron ako.

  63. Kat Posada says:

    Hi po, enquiry lang. Letter of Intent lang po ba muna ipapadala namin sa mga email address na iyan? paano makakuha naman po ng permit? any idea? Salamat po

    1. Kenneth says:

      Sorry for the very late response. After the letter of intent, they will reply with regards to the permit.

  64. tampruntong says:

    hi sir kenneth, tanung lang sir kung may nagpaparent ba ng tent doon? 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      Hi Jerome,

      Sorry for the late response. As far as i know, wala.

  65. tampruntong says:

    hi sir kenneth, tanung lang po…

    may nagpaparent ba ng tent doon? 🙂

  66. Hi po nag send na po ako ng email mga ilang working days po bago nila mareceive? I’ve been trying to contact the above mentioned numbers po kaso unattended po.

    1. Kenneth says:

      I willl have yet to confirm if the numbers are still working pero they should have responded na to your email.

  67. ella says:

    Hi, i emailed last 2 weeks and yet still no reply. the landline number of the municipal has no answer aswell. 😦

    1. Kenneth says:

      Hi Ella,

      I will still have to check if there is an updated number for this.

  68. Calvin says:

    Hi, ask ko lang kung mandatory ang guide, at makikihingi na rin po ako ng link kung saan makikita ang rules and guidelines. Thanks

    1. Kenneth says:

      Hi Calvin, a guide is mandatory in Manalmon. For the rules and guidelines, wala namang specific, pero observe LNT na lang.

  69. Ariz says:

    still need a permit? my friends went there no permit requested po.

    1. Kenneth says:

      As far as I know, yes.

  70. Rej Pascua says:

    Congratulations kenneth! i was trying to read some blogs about manalmon and came up to this link, was really amazed na its you!! Way to go! 🙂

    1. Kenneth says:

      Hi Rej! Thank you 🙂

  71. Been there with my family already. The experience was great and I will definitely come back soon! Highly recommended for beginners, even kids can do it!

    I also recommend our tour organizer, Chaty, her entire staff was very accommodating, friendly and helpful. As in from the van drivers to the local guides.


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