Maranat Range & Waterfalls

Rodriguez, Rizal

Maranat Range & Waterfalls
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Jon B.
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The original plan was to climb the famous Pico de loro in Cavite, but weeks before the scheduled hike, the DENR said that overnight was not allowed in Pico de loro due to some issues. I do not have any choice but to find another place to commune with nature that is near and at the same time very affordable one.And I chose, Mt. Maranat!. At around 4 Am, I ride a bus from Ortigas bound to Tungko. I asked the driver of the bus to drop me off at Jolibee, Tungko. I arrived at Tungko around 5:45 AM and headed directly to buy breakfast and packed lunch mahirap mag trek pag gutom. After I ate breakfast, I rapidly stepped out of the store to ride a jeepney that will take me to Brgy. Licao Licao,the starting point of Mt. Balagbag and Mt. Maranat. It was too hot so I decided to hire a tricycle to take me to the Brgy Hall to register and to get a tour guide. I don't have a signal right at that moment to send a text message to my relatives before I start the adventure (lagi ko gingawa pag wala kasama para alam nila san ako hahanapin pag di ako nakauwi haha).

The trail was not difficult. Going down to the river is quite challenging. It was raining a day before the climb,As a result, the trail was so slippery and muddy. When I reached the summit, I asked the tour guide to bring me to the waterfalls to clean myself. There were few waterfalls here. One of my favorite things to do is to jump some short cliff and fly like superman (just kidding aside).

That's me doing a yoga pose in one of the waterfalls in Maranat.

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