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The Masungi Experience

The Masungi Experience

You count the days until summer vacation and the itch to get out of the city gets harder and harder to ignore. You aren’t looking for anything too grand, but you also don’t just want to sit down in a quaint cafe and watch the day go by. You want to try something new, but also without having to risk too much. You want to see new sights, but you don’t want to spend that much. Sounds like your options are getting more and more limited. Then you stumble upon a website that peaks your attention, and for some reason, that’s all you can think about.

For all you budding wanderers, the Masungi Georeserve in Rizal province is the perfect place to start. It is not only a rustic rock garden filled with lush greens but it is also a conservation area that they have been protecting from illegal loggers, quarries, and several other things that have challenged the sustainability of this area, for around fifteen years now.

You’ve probably listened to people talk about the trails, and the trails they take. And you’ve seen pictures of gorgeous mountains, rock formations and even a spider web net that wanderers lie down in -- hundreds of feet above air. Mostly, you’ve noticed how welcoming it all is.

The Masungi Experience

You look at your Mimosa Backpack and wonder when you’re going to be able to pick it up again. And where it’s going to take you, and if Masungi is the next destination.

You look at the itinerary of the trail and where it will take you; Sapot , which is the spider web like viewing platform, Yungib ni Ruben which is a cave and rock formations adorably named Nanay and Tatay and your wander lust grows stronger.

You finally decide that this is definitely a destination that you need to check out. And why not? It fulfills all your criteria. You pick up your Romantic Vintage Duffle Bag, put on your lucky Constellations Socks, and wear your denim shirt with the Lucky Cat Patch. And just like that, you know you’re in for a really good experience.

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    Jackie Uy
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