Mt. Daguldol : Beneath the stunning coast of San Juan, Batangas

A month after our commencement exercises, the KASAMA mountaineering group conquered and explored Mt.Daguldol and the appealing coast of San Juan, Batangas. Exciting!

Mt. Daguldol is categorized as minor climb and measured 672 meters above sea level. According to PinoyMountaineers website, 4 -5 hours long of trekking is needed to reach the peak of the said Mountain during rainy seasons and 2 – 3 hours in summer period of the year.

Since we’ve visited Mt. Daguldol during rainy season, the trail going up to the main campsite was mud-covered. Extra careful

Mt. Samat of Bataan: Shrine of Valor

I've been in Mt. Samat April of 2008 thru an invitation of a college friend, Fatima. Together with my
other classmates we’ve explored Mt. Samat and enjoyed the rich history of the place.

Mt. Samat National Shrine was built to commemorate the valiant struggle, sacrifice and patriotic act of the World War II veteran soldiers who fought and died in the historic site of Bataan. Interesting
Near the Peak |April of 2008