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Climbing Tip : Mt. Gulugod Baboy - How To Get There, Itinerary, Side Trips, Expenses and Contact Details


HOW TO GET THERE

From Manila to Anilao
Take any Batangas City bound bus and get off at Bauan diversion (fare is around 140 PHP). From there, you can take a jeepney going to Mabini (30 PHP) and tell the driver to drop you at the corner going to Philpan Dive Resort in Anilao. From there, you can take a tricycle going to Philpan (90 PHP/tricycle), which is the jump-off point. Alternatively, you may opt to charter a jeepney (1,200 PHP) from Bauan diversion going to the jump-off point to avoid transferring from one jeepney to another. Accross Philpan resort, you will see a cemented path going up, this is the start of the hike.


ITINERARY

Here's my suggested itinerary for an overnight camping trip.

DAY 1
10:00 AM - Meet-up
10:30 AM - ETD Manila - Batangas
12:30 AM - ETA Bauan Diversion
01:00 PM – ETA at Mabini
01:30 PM – ETA Jump-off (Philpan dive resort)
02:00 PM - Start trek
04:00 PM – ETA Campsite / set-up camp
04:30 PM – Explore Summit / Sunset viewing
05:30 PM – Prepare Dinner
07:00 PM – Dinner / Socials
11:00 PM - Lights out

DAY 2
06:00 AM - Wake-up call
06:30 AM - Sunrise viewing at the summit
07:00 AM - Prepare breakfast
08:00 AM - Breakfast
09:00 AM - Break camp
09:30 AM - Start descent
11:00 AM - ETA jump-off point
11:30 AM - Go to a nearby resort / swim
01:00 PM - Lunch
02:00 PM - Free time / Swimming / Snorkeling
03:00 PM - ETD for Manila
06:00 PM - ETA Manila


SIDE TRIPS

A post-climb activity is an added treat to any climb. Here are my suggestions on what you can do after climbing Mt. Gulugod Baboy.

  • Swimming at Aquaventure Reef Club, Philpan Dive Resort or any resort nearby.
  • Island hopping to Sombrero and/or Maricaban islands
  • Dive / snorkeling in Anilao


EXPENSES

DAY 1
Bus Fare, Manila - Bauan Diversion
Jeepney Fare to Jumpoff (1,200/20)
Food Contribution
TOTAL

DAY 2
Entrance fee to Aquaventure Reef Club
Jeepney Fare to Bauan Diversion (1,200/20)
Bus Fare, Bauan - Manila
TOTAL

GRAND TOTAL

PHP
140
60
150
350


300
60
140
500

PHP 850



CONTACT DETAILS

Aquaventure Reef Club
Address: Brgy. Bagalangit, Mabini Batangas
Contact Details: (632) 5841328 / +639178254069 / +639273877485
Website: http://aquareefclub.com

Practice "Leave No Trace Policy" at all times



This is part of the Sosyal Klaymers' Mt. Gulugod Baboy Climb that happened last August 28-29, 2011 in Anilao, Mabini Batangas. It was a climb full of fun, camaraderie, triumphs and friendship in celebration of our group's 2nd anniversary. To date, this is the 11th mountain on my list.
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37 comments :

lakwatsera de primera said...

Ang sipag gumawa ng itinerary. Ikaw na ang travel guide guru ng mga akyatan :)

Ed said...

@claire: di lang akyatan! pati adventure, solo travel tips over the weekend. lahat na! hahaha.

adik ka mervz! dami mong napupuntahan! :D

dong ho said...

it's that you posted this. i remember trekking it 3times in a year. this is my favorite fun climb.

Simurgh said...

nice one!
very extensive!

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@lakwatsera de primera - wahahaha!!! salamat Claire... sana makatulong 'to sa mga gustong umakyat Gulugod Baboy... :)

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Ed - nagka sunod sunod lang nung August... hehehe! Thanks Ed! :)

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@dong ho - ang masarap kc dyan is pwede ka nang mag swimming or mag diving after ng climb... heheh! thanks Dom! :)

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Simurgh - salamat po... :)

Gladys | ByahengBarok.com said...

as always, a very informative post. thanks for sharing this...

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Gladys | ByahengBarok.com - thanks din Glady's... hope it will be useful for climbers who want to explore G.Bab... :)

Lover's Lakwatsa said...

thanks to info. . http://loverslakwatsa.blogspot.com :)

andie28 said...

buti ka pa nakapunta na dito. bat ang lapit lapit ko sa mabini pero di pa rin ako nakakarating dito :(

mark said...

nice climb sir =D
hope to set-foot here in the future =D

Anonymous said...

nice job!! keep it up guyz..

Anonymous said...

sir, kailangan pa ba ng guide for the climb? thanks

Pinoy Adventurista said...

di na po.. madali lang ang trail po dyan... :)

Albert the Backpacker said...

Sana marating ko na rin yan....dami ko pang bundok na pupuntahan, I need 25 b4 ako mag retire nakaka 8 palang ako...

Albert the Backpacker said...

Sana marating ko na rin yan....dami ko pang bundok na pupuntahan, I need 25 b4 ako mag retire nakaka 8 palang ako...

Pinoy Adventurista said...

wow! that's a great challenge sir! good luck po... balitaan mo ko ha..

mathew_dilan said...

Our 12-man group will be ascending Gulugod this weekend (3 Mar). Kung may plans kayo (Sirs and Maam), see you all there! c",)

Anonymous said...

good day&nyt...plan q mg solo climb bc kc mga ksmahan q.actualy weekly kami halos mAy Sched ng hike mag 2weeks na nawala.sana maka akyat na let kc hanap na ng katawAn q.sa mga aakyat ng mt gulugod baboy.sama ko or solo na tlGa pag no choice na!:)day hike lNg.......# q kung gusto nyo ko isabit 09477444116

Anonymous said...

See you there

Anonymous said...

ako rin sama

Carlo said...

I've been here four times. Sarap balikan dahil sa view sa summit and sa snorkeling :)

lea said...

malapit ka na g. baboy :)

Anonymous said...

nice blog, crystal clear, thanks for sharing

Jherson Jaya said...

will go there this quarter. and this is my first climbing hehe =)

Anonymous said...

guys tanong ko lang pano? at magkano? budget papunta sa mt gulugod baboy?? from alabang. THANKS

SALAGUBANG said...

Haler! Pwede magbasa naka post kaya kung pano pumunta at ang budget? Haler talaga...

Missy l Sole of Missy said...

Gulugod Baboy is one of my first climbs. It offers a 360-degree view from the summit and it's indeed a very relaxing place.

Very nice and clear article.

Anonymous said...

Punyeta ka Anonymous! Magbasa ka nga!

vincesaint said...

Papunta p lang kami now, kaso 530 n ng hapon, trapik kasi sa star tollway :( pwede pa ba kami umakyat kahit gabi na? Huhu... First tym namin umakyat and excited lahat kami

vincesaint said...

Safe ba umakyat bg gabi dun? Papunta p lang kami 530pm na bauam p lang kami now

simply andrew said...

I will try this one tomorrow if my plan to calaguas is a failure.

Anonymous said...

Hi blogger.. Desperate for our first family overnight on a beach of 3. We ar hopung to find a affordable beach with accommodations kasi may bata kaming kasama so camping isnt a good idea for us. Help naman where we can stay and have fun na hndi lalagpas sa 1k yun room end entrance na less 2h po.. Thanks.. Really appreciate any respond.

vincesaint said...

Hello, just to share although years na pala lumipas hehe... yes successful ang night climb namin. We arrived mga almost 9pm na hindi pa kami nagdidinner. then buti may open pa na kainan sa jumpoff. We met the owner but I forgot her name na, shes friendly, accomodating and helpful. Shes workingworkingwith with the baranggay if I remembered it right, she even assisted us sa guides namin for that night. We reached the campsite ng mga 11pm na ata and good thing it was full moon so maliwanag yung trails. Parang kami lang ata nagcamp sa site although may nga areas din near na may mga tents din. Theyre already sleeping when we got there. The next day we woke up early to witness the sunrise. It was mesmerizing. We ate our breakfast then packed up and stayed sa resort sa baba ng jumpoff I forgot the name but anyway, maraming resorts sa area you can ask the locals. Maraming mura din open for public. Bring trashbags to Manage your trash. pwede rin magluto sa resort kung may stove kayo dala. :) enjoy!

Unknown said...

Hi. Thank you for sharing this. But are there tents available for rent near the area? We are planning to go there next month.

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