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Climbing Tip : Bulacan - Mt. Manalmon - How To Get There, Travel Expenses, Climbing Fees and Contact Details




As part of the Biak-na-Bato National Park, Mt. Manalmon is a great outdoor destination that is very near Metro Manila. Here, one can spend a day of hiking, swimming and spelunking and you'll definitely have an exceptional weekend adventure.

Getting there

  1. Take any Cabanatuan-bound bus from Cubao or Pasay (Baliwag Transit, ES Transport, and Five Star Transport). SCTEX buses don't pass by San Miguel. Be sure to ask if it will pass by San Miguel, Bulacan.
  2. Get off at Brgy. Kamias Junction in San Miguel Bulacan. Travel time from Manila is around 2.5 hours.
  3. Go to the tricycle terminal and hire a tricycle going to the jumpoff point - Brgy. Madlum. Travel time is about 45 minutes.

Travel Expenses and Climbing Fees
  • Bus fare from Pasay to San Miguel Bulacan - Php 124.00
  • Tricyle rental (good for 3 persons) - Php 150.00
  • Guide fee for Mt. Manalmon (overnight)- Php 600.00
  • Registration fee (per person) - Php 5.00
  • Spelunking at Bayukbok Cave (per person) - Php 30.00

Contact Details
Cecile Donceras
Mobile Number : 09097779667

Although one day is enough to experience all the activities that Mt. Manalmon offers, I suggest that you spend at least two days to maximize all the adventures that you can find here. Truly, the Mt. Manalmon experience is one of the best we've had so far.

To view my post on how we climbed Mt. Manalmon, click here.


This 2-day adventure happened last January 22-23, 2011 at San Miguel Bulacan. Here is a series of posts on this one of a kind mountaineering experience with my group, "The Sosyal Klaymers".

Mt. Manalmon Climb | Mt. Manalmon - How To Get There, Travel Expenses, Climbing Fees and Contact Details | Madlum River Swimming | Traversing through the Monkey Bridge | Spelunking at Bayukbok Cave

Thanks to Ajel, Benj, Julius and Mitch for sharing some of the photos I used in this series.




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41 comments :

  1. This is a great itinerary for a weekend adventure. =) Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I also love mountain climbing. I hope someday we could trek together.

    Anyways, thank you for dropping by my site :) Cheers!

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  3. I also love mountain climbing. I hope someday we could trek together.

    Anyways, thank you for dropping by my site and taking time to comment Here Cheers!

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  4. @babaeng lakwatsera - yup, at yung guide fee is good for 10 pax na yun ah... pag group of 5, 300 lang... hehehe!!!

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  5. @bino - no problem... thanks din sa pag visit...

    @travelling incely - yup, sana makasama ka sa group namin... thanks!

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  6. wow...climb ulit...miss ko na toh...makaakyat pa kaya ako...wahahahaha...
    sana naman invite mo ko minsan sa mga climbs ng sosyal klaymers.....
    alam mo naman na ung office email ko dba..hehehe..wait ko un ha...

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  7. wow...climb ulit...inggit na talaga ko sau...bigtime na..akyat pa ng akyat..miss ko na toh..sana nmn next climb ng group mo invite mo naman ako..lam mo naman office email ko eh...wait ko yun ha...^_^

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  8. @lakwatserong tatay - sure! sabihan kita pag may sked na kami ng akyat... email kita kagad... thanks Brian! =D

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  9. Yan ang pangarap ko, maging mountainclimber =)

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  10. my first time here.. my husband used to climb too..

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  11. We climbed Mt Manalmon about 3 years ago. Maipost din nga :) Hehe! Miss ko na umakyat!

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  12. @gael: mabuhay ang mga backlog-gers! haha.
    thanks for sharing this mervin, parang gusto kong magshift from beach to bundok -- so long as may tubig na pwedeng maligo. hehe

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  13. @Christian - go lang po! masaya din ang mag climb!

    @peackins - thank you for visiting...

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  14. @Pinay Travel Junkie - ah talaga? climber ka din pala... tara akyat tayo!

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  15. @Ed - isa na rin ako sa mga backlog-gers... hahaha!!!

    pwede naman pagsamahin ang beach at bundok eh... may mga bundok na may beach na rin, or at least ilog or falls man lang... tara! =D

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  16. d ko pa narating ang Biak na bato, malapet lng pala ito. thnx for sharing this very helpful post. sana may mag-invite uli na mga mounatineers para makasama.

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  17. @pinaysolobackpacker - yup, sa San Miguel lang... 1st time ko lang din nun... Thanks din po... =D

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  18. i like the rock formations at the river. how long to trek going there? would u know if we can see sunrise or sunset from there?

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  19. i like the rock formations at the river. how long to trek going there? would u know if we can see sunrise or sunset from there?

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  20. can you recommend any guide? thanks! (odie)

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  21. who is your reocmmended guide? thanks! (odie)

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    1. di ko po maalala yung name ng guide namin, pero group po sa community that organizes the guides... you could ask them to give you a guide... especially sa spelunking...

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  22. Sino po si Ms. Cecile Donceras -is she the one we can ask to there? pakitulungan naman po kami sa other info, mga first timer po kasi :) (aerel_23@yahoo.com)

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  23. contact her, she could arrange the guide for you...

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  24. mahirap ba dun sa bayubok cave, for chubbier visitors..? hehehe tas may going down on a rope pa.

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    1. kaya po yan... may kasama din kami na on the heavy side.. kayang kaya po... enjoy!

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  25. pag tga san miguel po ba tpos naka akyat na sa manalmon pwde na wag mag guide?? tnx po..

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    1. pwede... but i would suggest that you get a guide... :)

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  26. panu po bag magsite seeing lang?

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  27. panu po kunwari di naman maghihike?bali mamasyal lang po dun magkau po ang aabutin?

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    1. call them po for the updated prices.. thanks!

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  28. hello po! We would like to conduct a research study about plants (specifically makahiya plant) and isa po sa nakita namen our place is the mt. manalmon. Pano po ung fees na babayaran nmen? This may 14 po sana nmen plan. tnx po

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    1. andun po sa post yung mga fees.. or you may call ms. donceras for the updated fees... thanks!

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  29. Ask ko din po if my mga mkhiya plants po jan? tnx po

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    1. meron naman cguro.. pero di ako sure.... di ko napansin...

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  30. pano po pag di overnight? ganun din kaya ang price? hehe. thanks po. :)

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  31. mga sir gud pm poh..ask q lng if active pa ba tomg contact person at no dito

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