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This was one of our highlights during our time in Coron. Firstly I should reiterate, as the good... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2018
Battambang, Cambodia
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Nice full day hike

First of, this is NOT Mt. Tapyas (which you can walk stairs up to). Some pictures people have... read more

Reviewed 12 January 2018
Stockholm, Sweden
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Coron, Busuanga Island, Philippines
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Reviewed 12 May 2018 via mobile

This was one of our highlights during our time in Coron. Firstly I should reiterate, as the good man below has said, this is NOT the 20 minute stair climb to the cross/Coron sign everyone goes to for sunset. Some people below have wrongly said...More

2  Thank Joey613
Reviewed 12 January 2018

First of, this is NOT Mt. Tapyas (which you can walk stairs up to). Some pictures people have posted here is NOT correct. (The ones with the stairs and the Corons sign) This is the highest peak in Coron Islands. Would recommend a guide since...More

2  Thank FlashPackerSWE
Reviewed 16 October 2017

We hiked Mt. Tundalara from the starting point at Mabintangen dam in september during the rain season and we were absolutely fine. The hike takes you about 2h up and roughly the same time for the descent. It is a proper hike but easily doable,...More

9  Thank Lars S
Reviewed 13 August 2017

If your fit you will find the climb easy, if your not you will find it tiring but you will be able to do it. There are plenty of stopping spots along the climb. Once at the top the view is definitely worth the effort....More

Thank Axell33
Reviewed 12 August 2017

So there are stair to the top of the mout , where you can find a great view to the city and coron bay . It warth it, we walked the distance ,while it was raining, which was more difficult, but really, it warth it...More

Thank Susanna H
Reviewed 30 December 2016

There are two trails (Mabentangen and Balisungan) I tried Balisungan, which is moderate to strenuous, it is a mix of jungle, small waterfalls and tundra. Wear hiking pants to avoid your skin getting hurt from ( sturdy plant branches, thorns, vines, sharp leaves, insects, sharp...More

3  Thank Eve R
Reviewed 27 August 2016

A very steep climb, 100's of steps, a good way to walk off all the food and San Migual's! Don't forget to take water on the long walk. At the top you are rewarded with a stunning view over the whole of Coron and the...More

1  Thank Emma C
Reviewed 26 July 2016

This activity is really good if you want to do some exercise after taking good culinary experience in Coron! Time to burn some fats... :) Doing this one is really cool together with friends. The view from the top of the mountain is an absolute...More

Thank JMChoz
Reviewed 3 July 2016

After climbing more than 700 stairs to get to the top, the view is amazing. Don't forget to bring some water. It gets a bit overcrowded at sunset. But I think it is still a good time to go since the weather is cooler and...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 1 March 2016

It wasn't easy to find the beginning of path (starts next to small cementery if your going from south), but after it it was nice. The wind near the top is so refreshing and views during sunset were awesome. Probably you wont meet anybody during...More

Thank Jiří P
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