Happy Kid’s Itinerary to Mt. Pinatubo!

broken-linesIf there’s one peak that I’ll never get tired going back to – it’s gonna be Mt. Pinatubo. It was my first ever mountain hike/trek and is one of the reasons why I fell in love with exploring the nature.

Read: My First Pinatubo Hike

Granted that the trail is relatively easy – really manageable for beginners – the crater view is amazing, spectacular, astonishing, magnificent, breathtaking… well, you get the point. 🙂

November 5, 2015

My cousin, Vida, arranged a private tour to Mt. Pinatubo for our relatives – because our cousin Donna, who was visiting the Philippines, wanted an adventure trip. 🙂

There were 8 of us:

We availed the one with a van transfer – amounting to Php 2,450 per head. Our contact person was Ms. Sonia Bognot (Website).

Since the only inclusions in the tour package we availed were:

1. Exclusive Van Transfer Use for the group – Round Trip
2. 4×4 jeep
3. Local Tour Guide
4. All Tourism Fees – Registration, Entrance, Conservation Fee, Permit to trek
5. Mandatory Aeta Fee

We had a stop over in a gasoline station to buy our lunch – after that, we were set! Here’s our planned itinerary:

Pinatubo Itinerary

This was my second time here – and although nothing can beat the first time I saw the peak – this was still an unforgettable experience because of the people I was with.

Also, I felt so accomplished and happy because I realized how much stronger I got [compared to my previous self who could barely walk after the trek] because I still had energy after and I wasn’t sore the day after. So…

WOOO!!! YES to improvement and THANK YOU to boxing! 😀

Always wondering where to wander next,

Disclaimer: The photos were taken by my cousin (c) Veronica 🙂 Video was made by my cousin (c) Vida. ❤



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