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Extreme Discovery Trail at Masungi Georeserve Rizal, Philippines

Masungi Georeserve is situated in the upland area of Baras, Rizal Philippines. The name was derived from the word "masungki" meaning jagged or craggy because of is sprawling limestone landscape. Its considered as a privately-led conservation area and a rustic rock garden tucked of Rizal rainforest. 
Masungi Georeserve Lush Forest 
Its lush forest is a national heritage with its sixty million-year-old limestone formations and is being protected by several conservation and geotourism organizations. The georeserve have been continuously safeguarded for over fifteen years or more. It was a challenge to cope and stop illegal loggers, quarries, and others to preserve its beauty and rich diversity. 

Masungi Georeserve
PATAK (Reminiscent a Cable Car)
What's With Masungi Georeserve Ecopark?


It's a sanctuary for you to refuel, refocus and re-organize your troubled mind. It's a serene place to contemplate with nature as you wander through its pathways and explore the diverse wildlife and plant species. It's also a great place for family bonding and friend get-together. 
Bed of Flowers in Masungi Georeserve
Bed of Flowers at Masungi Georeserve Ecopark
Discover the rich variety of flora and fauna in the premise and be mesmerize but its beauty.
Masungi georeserve
Masungi Georeserve - Tatay (Tallest Peaks)
Climb the two tallest peaks in the Ecopark that gives you an aerial scenic view of the conservation area. These two peaks are called "TATAY and NANAY" (Father and Mother).
Spider Web - Masungi Georeserve
Spider Web (SAPOT)

Sapot, a mimicry of a spider web that hangs above one of Masungi's rock formation that is made up of a metallic platform with wooden steps. It let you witness the scenic views of the country's longest mountain the Sierra Madre and country's largest lake Laguna de Bay. 

Yungib ni Ruben - Masungi Georeserve
Yungib ni Ruben
Yungib ni Ruben is a cave with scented candles around it to give fragrance from its moist inside. It was named by its namesake which is one of the eco-park creative staff. 
Masungi Georeserve Peaks
Masungi Georeserve TATAY Peak
Enjoy the extreme 3 to 4 hours uphill climbing with there discovery trail that will put you to awe. The vast scenic view will truly capture your heart and soul. 
Giant Rope Hammack aka Duyan
Experience the thrilling uphill climbing and giant rope hammock called DUYAN that span a few hundred feet which is one of the most photographed courses in the ecopark.


Most importantly, be part of nature and get disconnected from the busy life in the city. It's time for a break!

They offer a quick day tour or day trip from Manila. Make sure you have taken your meal before going on a trail since its exhausting and extreme adventure and food supplies is not allowed inside. However, a light snack before exiting the trail is provided. 

Video Courtesy to Masungi Georeserve 

The Geopark discovery trail opened last December 2015. If you are interested to visit this beautiful sanctuary. A reservation should be sent a week in advance to four days prior to the intended date of visit at the very least since walk-ins are not accommodated.
Discovery Trail at Masungi Georeserve
Masungi Georeserve Discovery Trail
Masungi Georeserve
Scenic View of Sierra Madre and Laguna de Bay

Masungi Georeserve accepts groups of 7-10 persons for reservations. You can also book for reservation through there facebook page: Masungi Georeserve

Email Address: trail@masungigeoreserve.com 
Reservation Form: Masungi Georeserve Request Form

Thank you for reading. Till our next travel! See yah!

4 comments:

  1. Yοu don't want those tools in yoսr ҝnifve to break.

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    1. Well, you just have to enjoy life and see the beuaty of Masungi Georeserve!

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  2. What a beautiful adventure! The views are mesmerizing for sure. I will have to add this destination to my list of places to see with my family.

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    1. Thank you for reading. Your family will surely love the trail. Make sure you remember the pointers I have shared before visiting the place. Cheers!

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