Luzon’s highest peak and the 3rd highest mountain in the Philippines at 2,922 meters above sea level.
It has 3 distinctive vegetations : Pine forest, Mossy forest and the mountain top Grassland.
Natural habitat or the house of short-footed Luzon tree rat or dwarf cloud rat (rare breed of rodents).
Spectacular scenery of local farming : vegetable terraces.
Amazing view at Mt. Pulag summit : ” Sea of Clouds “.
The happy faces of the polite locals ( esp. local tour guide Kuya Marvy ) and even the empowering positive ambience that made me feel closer to nature and my respect to the mountains. It was indeed an astonishing experience that brought new perspectives. 2015