Mt. Marami


FUN AT Mt. Marami

Trail Difficulty: 4/10

Adventure Duration: 1 day/s

Located in Maragondon, Cavite, Mt. Marami is considered as the Labyrinth of Trails even if it is one of the most accessible mountains in the said town. Although located in Maragondon, the jump off point of Mt. Marami is in Ramirez, Magallanes, Cavite.
Mt. Marami is often compared to Mt. Pico de Loro because both have enormous rocks and massive composite of pillars and towers. The name of the mountain is coined from the Tagalog term “marami” because the mountain is composed mainly of numerous gigantic rocks. The open trail of the mountain will lead you to experience the “Silyang Bato” which can be found on the summit. If Pico de Loro has Parrot’s Peak, Mt. Marami has Silyang Bato, a gigantic composite of rock pillars that offers a spectacular 360° view of Cavite. Mt. Marami is more challenging than Mt. Pico de Loro.
Mt. Marami, a 3-hr drive from Manila is the definitely a must-try mountain if you have already conquered Mt. Pico de Loro. Mt. Marami and Mt. Pico de Loro share the same characteristics and difficulty. If you want to experience adventure, then come share life outdoors with us, Trail Adventours.


Day 1
02:30 AM Meet up and Registration at McDonald's El Pueblo, Ortigas.
03:00 AM Depart for Mt. Marami, Magallanes Cavite.
05:30 AM Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) Mt. Marami jump off point.
05:45 AM Final preparations and orientation.
06:00 AM Start trek.
07:00 AM Pass by Kaykarag river.
10:00 AM ETA Kapihan Nipa hut (optional lunch area).
10:30 AM ETA bamboo forest.
11:00 AM ETA Summit. Lunch. Explore and enjoy.
01:00 PM Start descent
05:00 PM ETA Jump-off point. Tidy up
06:00 PM Depart for Manila. Dinner along the way.
10:30 PM ETA Manila



Roundtrip private vehicle: Manila-Mt. Marami, Cavite
Registration, entrance and DENR fees
Adventure Guide/Coordinator
Local Guide
Trail AdvenTours ID



10-12 people:  Php 2,000.00/person
8-9 people:      Php 2,200.00/person
6-7 people:      Php 2,400.00/person
5 people:         Php 3,100.00/person
Less than 4 people: Php 15,000.00


Please email for any inquries and booking.
  • Extra Clothes
  • Sun and Rain Protection (Sun Block, rain coat, shades, cap etc..)
  • Water or rehydration fluids(prescribed is 3L)
  • Packed Lunch
  • Trail Food
  • Personal medicines
  • Slippers
  • Camera
  • Headlight/Flashlight
You can download our waiver here.
Waiver (PDF)

1. How do we get there?
We will be using private vehicles. Travel time is around 2-2½ hours.

2. Is the climb ideal for beginners? How hard is it?
No. Mt. Marami is a 5-6 hour climb to the summit alone consisting of 50 degrees steep and exposed trails. When it rains the trails really get muddy and slippery making it even more challenging.

3. Are there restrooms?
There are restrooms at the jump-off point only. It is possible to take a bath here.

4. Are there any river crossing? 
Yes. There are seven river crossings that are knee level and yes, our feet will get wet. Don't worry about this as your Adventure Guides and local guides will be there to assist you.

Destination Date Remaining Slot(s) Status
Mt. Marami Jan 26,2019 9 Active

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