Because of the varied biodiversity of Mt. Pulag, with numerous plant and animal species inhabiting the mountain, it has become a popular destination for mountain climbers.
Mt. Pulag, sandwiched between the provinces of Ifugao, Benguet, and Nueva Vizcaya is the highest mountain here in Luzon. Because of its fame and famous dwarf bamboo, daughter’s university had arranged a tour there in February this year. The tour is in concurrence with their Ecology class.
Yes, thanks to the daughter for the photos I used here…
There’s the dense forest…a denizen to thousand species.
There’s the studes…I can only imagine how cold it is there….
Mt. Pulag is known for its moniker, “sea of clouds”…looks like “waves” crushing down onto the peaks…isn’t the sight breathtaking?
For guided tour of the place, pinoymountaineer.com have complete information on the area -how to get there, cost of travel packages, and more.