Lioness and Rhino Rock Formation
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Ah! The great outdoors. Another adrenaline producing adventure is just an hour away from the metro. Located at Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan. These rock formations boasts scenic views of the lowlands, unexplored caves and surging limestone rocks.
Both rocks resembles the mammalia they form of course, the Lioness Rock is more prominent for me because of location and the rock or the platform you'll gonna stand for photo ops is so steep (see photo) that sometime you can't even stand on you shaking knees. Lol
You'll gonna need some rock scrambling skills as the terrain is steep and sharp jagged rocks can lacerate any parts of your body. Guides are available if you need assitance but we managed to do it on our own. We didn't have time to check out Rhino rock beacuse of the scorching heat of the sun (plus open trail) can drain all your body fluids. JK! We detoured instead to the cave near Lioness Rock. #loolooexplorerpackgiveaway
P.S.: This is a late review. The rock formations are closed to public recently.
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Climbing the lioness' head rock formation was the most challenging climb of this trip! Seriously! One wrong step and you'll fall down the rocky and deadly cliff! Good thing we hired a tour guide to assist us on which rock is steady enough to step on. Not to scare you, but there are some rocks that just fall off when you step on them.
The Rhino's peak is not as hard to climb as the lioness but the rocks are sharp so you need to wear protection for your hands. Also, make sure your shoes can withstand hardcore climbing.
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