Mt. Victoria

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Overview

Mount Victoria in Narra, Palawan, is one of the “last frontiers for Philippine mountaineering.” Standing at 1,726 meters above sea level, it is the second tallest mountain in Palawan. It remains relatively unscaled and unexplored, and is home to a variety of plants and animals that can only be found on its slopes.

Climbing the mountain can be difficult, even for veteran hikers, as the trail involves several river crossings and a few near-vertical rock faces. All told, an expedition to the summit requires a minimum of three days.

But the adventure and sense of exploration that Mount Victoria inspires makes up for the challenge. The mountain has at least two peaks that can be scaled, and a few others that have yet to be traversed. There are plenty of opportunities to sight wild boars and other creatures, as well as exotic flora, such as the famous rat-eating pitcher plant. As it is home to the Tagbanua tribe, a trek up the mountain also offers a chance to interact with the native community.

A journey up Mount Victoria is a dream come true for any would-be explorer, full of unique plants and animals, and new trails just waiting to be discovered.

Did you know?
Discovered in 2007, the giant carnivorous pitcher plant (nepehenthes attenboroughii) is endemic to Mount Victoria and is said to be as big as a man’s arm.

Inclusions

  • Roundtrip Van transportation: Puerto Princesa-Mt. Victoria 
  • Registration fees, DENR feees and other applicable fees
  • Tent Accomodation 
  • Camp meals (Day 1: Lunch, Dinner Day 2: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Day 3: Breakfast, Lunch) 
  • Adventure Guides/Coordinator 
  • Local Guides 


  • Day 1

  • 03:00 AM Day 1 (Oct 4): Depart for Mt. Victoria, Narra.

  • 05:00 AM ETA Narra, Palawan. Breakfast. Tricycle ride to Mt. Victoria's Jump off point.

  • 08:00 AM Day 0 (Oct 3): Depart for Palawan.

  • 08:00 AM ETA Jump off point. Start trek. Multiple river crossings.

  • 09:30 AM Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) Palawan. Free time. Enjoy and Relax

  • 12:00 PM End of river crossing. Lunch.

  • 01:30 PM Resume trek to camp site.

  • 04:30 PM ETA Camp site.Set up camp. Dinner. Overnight.

  • Day 2

  • 04:30 AM Day 2 (Oct 5): Wake up call. Breakfast. Start trek to Summit.

  • 08:00 AM Summit. Start assault to second peak (The Teeth).

  • 10:30 AM ETA Summit of The Teeth. Descend back to Camp site.

  • 03:00 PM ETA Camp site. Prepare for early Dinner.

  • Day 3

  • 04:00 AM Day 3 (Oct 6): Wake up call. Breakfast. Start descent.

  • 07:30 AM Arrival at first river crossing. Resume trek.

  • 12:00 PM Lunch break.

  • 03:30 PM ETA Jump off point. Tidy up. Take tricycle back to Narra Town proper.

  • 05:00 PM Board Van back to Puerto Princesa. Dinner along the way.

  • 08:30 PM ETA Puerto Princesa.

  • Day 4

  • 08:00 AM Day 4 (Oct 7): Free time. Beach time,enjoy and relax.

  • 07:55 PM Depart for Manila.

  • Clothes good enough for the trip
  • A good pair of trekking shoes
  • Jacket (It is advised to have 2 jackets a cotton/fleece jacket for the cold and a water proof jacket for when you walk at the camp site.)
  • Rain and Sun Protection (Sun block, shades, rain coat etc.)
  • Head Light
  • Water or rehydration fluids
  • Tupperware/ Eating utensils
  • Snack/ Trail Food
  • Trekking Pole
  • Toiletries (tissue, wet wipes, tooth brush etc.)
  • Camera
  • Personal medications
  • Slippers
  • Deposit slip and remaining balance
  • Book donation (optional. This is for our 1 Book Project. We prefer books for elementary students) 


* Tents are needed. You have an option to rent from us or bring your own.
Please e-mail us at info@trailadventours for tent and sleeping bag rental.

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