Mt. Romelo + Buruwisan Falls, Laguna: Hike Guide, Height, Difficulty

Mt. Romelo
Hiking Mt. Romelo and rappelling the Buruwisan falls was fun and amazing experience because the area has rich bio-diversity, both flora and fauna. There is a body of water that flows on its terrain, thus, this mountain has a high concentration of trees and other plants. It can bring a good combination of adventure and relaxation. Having said that, Laguna, together with the provinces of Batangas and Cavite, makes the region the center for outdoor activities.

The Trails | Things to Remember
The terrain of is a long, grassy but simple to moderate, however, it is slippery and muddy because it serve as a trail for the hikers and locals with their animals such as horses and carabaos to transport their products from the mountain, like fruits and vegetables. There are fork trails, if lost, you can ask the locals for the right way. Its trail type got a two of nine rating in terms of difficulty.

Buruwisan Falls | Special Feature
If you’re looking for place to relax your muscles, swim on a cool water, beautiful waterfalls, and a place with a photo perfect background, this is the perfect spot for you. If you are also looking for an extreme experience, you can try canyoneering, wall climbing and rappelling on the 180 feet Buruwisan Falls and Lanzones Falls  located a few meters away from the camp site. By the way, the campsite of Mt. Romelo is a wide, clean area near the relaxing river and the waterfalls. The sounds of the lashing water gives a relaxing feeling while resting inside the tent.

How to Get Here | Our Travel to Laguna
In Shaw, or any point on EDSA, you can ride in a jeepney  to Tanay Public Market. Another jeepney to Famy Public Market. From there, you ride in a tricycle to the jump off. Drivers already know the area. Another option, in Robinson's Junction, Cainta, Rizal, you can ride in a jeepney bound for Siniloan.