The Marcos highway serves as the main road for transport around the area making it a highly accessible destination. As some of the more scenic spots are accessed at lengthy distances through rough road, the most efficient way to get around is through a four wheel drive vehicle. Trying out the Jeepneys and the local tricycles are also experiences on their own, but may not be ideal for fast, efficient transport. 


Weather in the georeserve is generally tropical and humid. Temperature is at an average of 27 degrees celsius (80.6 degrees farenheit). It reaches highs of 31 degrees celsius and lows of 24 degrees celsius. The dry season runs from November to April, with February generally having the lowest precipitation. The wet season is from May-October, with August generally having the highest precipitation. January is often the coolest month, while May is often the hottest.


Casual, lightweight, & comfortable clothing is the best attire to leisurely explore the area. Non-slip, closed shoes would be the most versatile footwear. For mountaineers and those looking for adventure even outside of Masungi, attire must also be adjusted correspondingly.

Mobile Connectivity

Mobile signal is scarce in the area being a mountainous and rocky location. The Smart mobile network has the best chances of getting reception.


Filipino is the national language, with English widely spoken and understood. Kindly coordinate with our Guest Care Officer should your group require an English language speaker for your park ranger guide.


The currency in the area is in Philippine Pesos (PHP). Cash transactions are most appropriate for areas outside the georeserve. Kindly note that the nearest bank / ATM machine is at least an hour away from the Georeserve. Moreover, a gentle reminder that we do not accept the settlement of conservation fees on site.