Mt. Guiting-guiting

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Mt. Guiting-Guiting, also known as G2, is one of the most prominent mountains in the Philippines. Standing at 2,058 masl, this mountain located in the province of Romblon is a mountaineer’s dream. 
Known as one of the most difficult mountains in the country, its name, "Guiting-Guiting," is derived from the local Sibuyanon word meaning "jagged," which describes its rugged and steep slopes. This terrain is part of the trail which also includes dense forests, rocky cliffs, and narrow ridges. This hike is recommended for experienced hikers due to its difficult and technical trails.
Aside from its trails, Mt. Guiting-Guiting is also known for its rich biodiversity and stunning landscapes. Its rich and diverse flora and fauna is one of a kind. 


Rich flora and fauna
Technical trails with Knife edge ridge 
Scenic landscape
Summiting one of the most prominent mountains in the country 


Ferry ride: Batangas-Sibuyan
Transportation around Sibuyan
Camp meals (6 meals total)
Registration fees, DENR fees, and other applicable fees 
Tourism fee
Processing of permits 
Local Guide
Group porter (1:3)
Adventure Guide/ Coordinator


Transportation to Batangas port
Cresta de Gallo side trip
  • Day 0

  • 12:00 PM March 1: Depart for Batangast Port

  • 02:00 PM ETA Batangas port.

  • 04:00 PM Ferry ride to Ambulong port, Sibuyan

  • Day 1

  • 05:00 AM ETA Arrival in Sibuyan.

  • 06:00 AM Breakfast and orientation at the DENR station.

  • 08:00 AM Start trek. Lunch along the trails.

  • 04:00 PM ETA Mayo’s peak. Camp

  • 05:30 PM Sunset viewing

  • 06:30 PM Dinner

  • Day 2

  • 05:00 AM Breakfast. Final preparation.

  • 06:00 AM Start summit assault

  • 07:00 AM Pass by ‘Knife Edge’

  • 08:30 AM ETA “Kiss the Wall”

  • 09:30 AM Arrival at Mabel Spring (water not always available)

  • 11:00 AM ETA G2 summit (2057 MASL)

  • 12:00 PM Start descent.

  • 04:00 PM Back at Mayo’s Peak

  • 06:00 PM Dinner

  • Day 3

  • 06:30 AM Breakfast. Break camp.

  • 08:30 AM Start descent

  • 02:00 PM Back at jumpoff. Prepare for side trip at Crista de Gallo

  • Day 4

  • 09:00 AM Free time in Sibuyan

  • 04:00 PM Head back to Port

  • 07:00 PM Ferry ride back to Batangas port

  • 08:00 PM ETA Batangas port. Head back to Manila

  • Day 5

  • 09:00 PM March 6: ETA Batangas Port. Head back to Manila.

Hike equipment:

Backpack cover
Hiking shoes
Headlamp with extra batteries
Trek poles
Sleeping bag

Hike Clothing:
Wicking, quick-dry underwear
Wicking, quick-dry sports bra

Drifit shirt or long sleeves
Arm sleeves (optional)

Drifit pants
Waterproof pants (optional)

For the cold
Down jacket or fleece
Additional layer of down jacket or fleece
Waterproof jacket with hood

Raincoat or Poncho

Gear accessories:
Fleece gloves
Hiking socks above your ankle

Toothbrush/ Toothpaste
Toilet paper
Women’s hygiene items
Soap and shampoo

Sun block
Mosquito repellant
Trail food
Airtight food container
Ear plugs
Personal medications
Power bank
Hand sanitizer
Additional dry bags or plastic bags for used clothes
Pesos in small denominations
Neck pillow 
Watch (optional)
Camera (optional)
Umbrella (optional)
Medical certificate (required)

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