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Mt. Iglit-Baco National Park

Sablayan, Mindoro, Philippines
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People, Tamaraw and great landscapes

We can higly recommend to visit this park. You will see the native Mangyans, a fabulous landscape... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2017
patrickhofstetter
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Sablayan, Philippines
Amazing hike

Nationalpark. We did the iglit baco trekking in a two day one night Tour. For me it was a very... read more

Reviewed 15 February 2016
Phuxx
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Basel, Switzerland
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Sablayan, Mindoro, Philippines
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Reviewed 20 May 2017

We can higly recommend to visit this park. You will see the native Mangyans, a fabulous landscape, the tamarraw (now 401), geckos, and if you are lucky you will see also deer, snakes, monkeys and much more. However, the guides and rangers are not really...More

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Reviewed 15 February 2016 via mobile

Nationalpark. We did the iglit baco trekking in a two day one night Tour. For me it was a very amazing trip. We booked a Tour from our guesthouse so it was more expensive for us, you can go way cheaper if you organize yourself....More

1  Thank Phuxx
Reviewed 18 February 2015

We did not pushed thru this trip since it will require you a night to stay at the mountain. But we will probably come back to see these endangered Tamaraws!

Thank Jonathan Alfie A
Reviewed 9 June 2013

We did a 2 days tour in the Mont Iglit-Baco National Park in May 2013. You can also do it in 3 days. Note that we did not hike Mont Iglit which is very difficult to hike and take more time. It is also not...More

4  Thank nicolas414
Reviewed 24 February 2013

T climb Mt Iglit you need a permit which you can get at the Tamaraw Conservation Program office (free). Contact person: Danny Roca. It's on an unpaved side road of the Airport Road, San Roque I (or II), San Jose, Occidental Mindoro. You start from...More

1  Thank B M
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