Joining this tour, you will walk up the highest mountain in the Calamian, Mount Dalara. A challenging 6-8 hour trek, this adventure provides the walker an unparalleled panorama of the some 200 Calamian Islands from atop Dalara. Water, snacks, lunch enroute the trek, and beer/sodas at Maquinit Hot Springs are provided on your guided hike.
8:00 am Meet at Tribal Cafe, National Highway, Bangcuang, Coron, for coffee, leave at 8:30
8:30 am Depart by car for Dalara hiking departure point
9:00 am Ascent to summit, stopping for breaks, merienda en route
12:00 pm Lunch atop Dalara: Any one for rugby or football at the top? Or maybe you wish to spectate. You’ll see when you’re at the top that there is a plateau and within it a hollow where ball games can be played–or tents can be pitched if you wish to capture the sunset and the next day’s sunrise and extend your trip to two days from one. Tribal Adventures rents tents: it can be done.
1:00 pm With the backdrop being the dramatic limestone landscape of Coron Island, hikers descend into forest to a rock pool and merienda.
16:30 pm Walk out of jungle to Dalara Mountain and Seaview Inn to meet transport
17:00 pm Arrive at Maquinit Hot Springs to soothe muscles and down a cold beverage
6:30 pm Arrive at Tribal Cafe and move on to your resort
Lunch atop Dalara
Limestone landscape of Coron Island
Maquinit Hot Springs
Duration: Fullday. From 8.00 am – 6.30 pm
Departure: Meet at Tribal Café, National Highway, Bangcuang, Coron
Returning point: The departure point
Other personal expenses
What to bring: Suncreen, hat, bug repellent refillable water container as you will be provided only a single new plastic mineral water bottle that you will need to refill, walking shoes that will get wet or strong sandals, swim wear, waterproof layer, dry clothes, educational giveaways like crayons for children in place of tip money. (you can purchase water/trekking foot wear, water bottles and day packs from our office in Palawan)
A National Tourism (Kalakbay Award) winner, Tribal Adventures puts its money where its ecotourism mouth is, by splitting income 50:50 with the local people at Kayak Inn, Antique and Camp Calauit, Palawan.