I keep coming back (and I want to go back badly!) to Negros Island for its natural wonders. Divided into 2 provinces part of separate political regions 6 & 7, the island is known for its haciendas and sugarcane plantations, but is actually very rich in biodiversity. It’s also very accessible from Cebu and nearby islands. Continue reading
Immediately after a challenging yet fulfilling climb of Mts. Kitanglad and Dulang-Dulang in February 2019, our group decided to return to Bukidnon to explore more of its mountains. We flew back after 4 months for a traverse of Mt. Kalatungan to Mt. Makaupao/Lumpanag.
We’ve been on quarantine for 6 months now, and it looks like it may take a while before tourism recovers and it’ll be safe to move around again. For someone like me who prefers the outdoors, it’s been quite a challenge! I really really really really miss it a lot!! There’s nothing I can do about it though, so I just keep myself busy.
I can only agree to whoever said that the traverse of Mts. Kitanglad and Dulang-Dulang is one of the most difficult climbs in the country.