This is the highlight of our trip in last July 19, 2016. We were booked for an afternoon trek so we decided to maximize our time and scheduled a visit to Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo as well since we rented a van and it can be finished for two to three hours. So we just need to depart early so we can head first to the museum.
By the way, it is a must to book and reserve your slots with Masungi Georeserve as the scheduled are easily filled-up and they are not accepting walk-ins.
Visit their website: http://www.masungigeoreserve.com/
The admission fee costs Php 1,400.00 for the 4-hour trek with snacks included and one liter of mineral water. You need to deposit your things before the start of the trek. You are only allowed to bring the backpack provided by them, it includes a whistle for you to use in case of emergency. The backpack is for sharing so you need to bring only important things. Use of helmets are required.
Masungi Georeserve is located in Rizal which can be accessed from Garden Cottages, this is also where you need to register.
It was a pleasure to have Kuya Ruben as our guide. He was one of the people who keeps on discovering trails of Masungi Georeserve. "Yungib ni Ruben" was named after him.
The trip was a lot of fun! Another encounter with mother nature.
Pinto Art Museum is just our side-trip. We are scheduled in the afternoon to visit Masungi Georeserve so we opt to maximize our Rizal trip.
We hired a van so that going there is not as hard as commuting since are many.
Just sharing you some tips if you want to visit the museum:
Here is instruction on how to go to Pinto Art Museum when commuting: