It’s time to add one more thing to your bucket list, CGs! You know that giant hammock you’ve been seeing all over social media lately? That’s part of Masungi Georeserve’s nature trail!
"Masungi" is derived from the word "masungki," which means spiked. This is because of the limestone rocks in the georeserve. Though Duyan (hammock) and Sapot (cobweb) are definitely the most Instagrammable attractions there, the team behind Masungi also wants people to recognize the beauty of everything they’ve fought hard to preserve: the rocks, flora, and fauna. The entire trail can take around 3 to 4 hours to complete so be sure to pack light.
Thinking about making the trip to Rizal? You’ll have to plan weeks in advance! They accept groups of 7 to 14 people at a rate of P1,500 per person. If you plan on visiting the trail at night, it'll cost P1,800 per head for a group of 7 to 10 people.
For more information, visit Masungi Georeserve’s website.