Mt. Tibig

Ideal for beginners!


FUN AT Mt. Tibig

Trail Difficulty: 2/10

Adventure Duration: 1 day/s

Here's another hiking destination that offers magnificent views of different islands, mountains and the sea. Mt. Tibig range. Mt. Tibig connects Batangas city and Lobo Batangas thus, offering a scene of mountain ranges. From the jump off point, the community of Hulong Banalo, you will be welcomed by the very warm hospitality of the locals. The trail up the summit is also a reward as it passes by different fruit trees such as mango, sugar apple and tamarind.

At the 360 degree view summit you will be welcomed by views stretching up to the verde islands and even up to Mindoro where Mount Halcon is located. From the summit there would be rock formations that are scattered around giving nice viewpoints and adventurous action shots. 


Day 1
02:00 AM Meet up and Registration at McDonald's El Pueblo, Ortigas
02:30 AM Depart for Mt. Tibig, Batangas.
06:00 AM Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) Mt. Tibig jump off point.
06:15 AM Final preparation and orientation.
06:30 AM Start trek.
08:00 AM Start of Cogon trek. Continue ascent.
09:30 AM Summit. Explore the area. Mountain viewing. Lunch.
10:30 AM Start descent to waterfalls.
01:00 PM ETA Waterfalls. Swim.
03:00 PM Back at jump off point. Wash up.
03:00 PM Depart for Manila.
09:00 PM ETA Manila.



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


10-12 people:  Php 1,900.00/person
8-9 people:      Php 2,300.00/person
6-7 people:      Php 2,600.00/person
5 people:         Php 3,000.00/person
Less than 4 people: Php 13,000.00


Please email for any inquries and booking.
  • Deposit slip and remaining balance
  • Waiver form
  • A good pair of trekking shoes
  • Sun and Rain Protection (Sunblock, rain coat, shades, cap etc..)
  • Water or rehydration fluids(prescribed is 2L)
  • Extra clothes 
  • Slippers
  • Toiletries
  • Personal Medications
  • Packed lunch
  • Snacks (Trail Food)
  • Headlamp/ Flashlight
  • Extra plastic
  • Camera
You can download our waiver here.
Waiver (PDF)

1. How hard is the climb?
Mt. Tibig has a difficulty scale of 3/10, 10 being the hardest. It is a 3 to 4 hour gradual ascent to the summit. 

2. How do we get to Mt. Tibig?
We will be having private vehicles to take us to the jump-off point. Travel time is 3-4 hours. 

4. What if it rains?
The trek will be more challenging as the trail will be a bit muddy and slippery. Let's prepare accordingly thus we require everyone to bring rain protection such as raincoats/poncho. If a storm signal is raised in the area the climb is automatically called off. For other decisions on cancelation the management will announce this to everyone.

5. Are there restrooms in the mountain?
There are decent restrooms at the jump-off point. Aside from these there are no other restrooms.

6. Is there mobile signal?
The jump-off point and first part of the hike do not have signals. Present at the summit area. 

7. Is this ideal for beginners?
Yes. Mt. Tibig with its gradual ascent and trek time is ideal for beginners. 

8. Are there any river crossing involved?
Yes. There will small streams on the trail head but nothing major. 

9. Can we swim in the river?
Yes. One of the rewards after the hike is to take a dip in the river


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