Mount Payaopao

Remote Tablas Island, Romblon, MIMAROPA, Philippin Published on: 13-11-2015

07:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Remote
Nature
Outdoor
Scenic
Free
0.00 USD

Mount Payaopao is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids No
Good for senior Senior No
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Mount Payaopao is known as the second highest mountain in Boracay, even though this mount doesn't attract as many tourists as Mt. Guiting Guiting does, it's one of the most beautiful mountains in Phillippines.

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Why Mount Payaopao is special ?

Mount Payaopao (also known as Tablas Summit on old maps) at the northeastern extremity of the island, is the highest peak on the island at 2,182 feet (665 m) high and the second highest in the province (after Mount Guiting-Guiting). It's well-known by the stunning natural beauty and peaceful ambience. For those who would like to admire the charm of nature, this Mount Payaopao is for you!

What to explore at Mount Payaopao?

Mount Payaopao is not a tourity place so it's completely suitable for some of activities as followed:

- Mountain Climbing
- Discovering the gorgeous surroundings without being annoyed by any tourist crowds as usual
- Trekking or Camping with friends and local people.
For those who are adventerous travellers, this is definitely a place to explore youself.

Selling points

  • Gorgeous view from the mountain
  • A great place for relaxing
  • If you want to be sympothized with nature
  • A heritage of nature
  • For climbing lovers
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Duration
4.0 days
Estimated
124.30 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
17 places

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Tablas Island, Romblon, MIMAROPA, Philippin

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Tips for you

  • Dont' forget to bring a hat, suncreen, umbrealla and a map
    What to bring
  • If you want to stay longer, remember to bring some foods and water.
    What to bring
  • Ask the local for a tour guide to go with you as the way up to Mt.Payaopao is not easy
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  • The path leading to Mt. is not easy to go so you need to keep your eyes on things around.
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