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Mt Tapyas

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Mt Tapyas

946 Reviews
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Discover the best of the Calamian Archipelago in northern Palawan during this comprehensive full-day boat tour. Sail across the seas and discover idyllic locations such as Kayangan Lake, the Twin Lagoons, Skeleton Wreck, and much more. Get up close to wildlife as you snorkel in Siete Pecados Marine Park, soak up the sun on a number of beaches throughout the day, and enjoy a delicious buffet lunch at Beach 91.
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Christiinaaaa wrote a review Jan 2021
Los Angeles, California39 contributions6 helpful votes
It is a lovely place. The front part is ocean view and the back is mountain view. The stair aint fun but there goes another leg day for you. Once you reach the top, there is a huge cross.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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eric-islandlife wrote a review Jan 2021
Busuanga Island, Philippines14 contributions11 helpful votes
Perfect spot for the awesome sunset. Bring water and extra shirt. You'll get really sweaty when you get to the top.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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London-Phil wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom3,773 contributions218 helpful votes
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As a fairly fit, solo travelling quinquagenarian, I managed the 700 plus steps (721), with but little more effort necessary than a broad smile. Unless you are unusually unhealthy, you should have no problems ascending the summit, just give yourself sufficient time and enjoy the climb. And yes, the view at sunset is beautiful, especially when shared with that someone special. Once at the top, there are other paths you can follow which lead off from the summit which, can extend your stay there considerably should you wish and have the time to spare. Only a few negatives to note. Lot's of very young and persistent vendors, mostly selling water or plain old tat (rubbish), plotted along the climb. As the summit is crowned by a white Catholic Cross, seeing it used by the odd camera-happy tourist as a climbing frame was I thought, more than a little disrespectful. Overall, if and when it Coron, it really is a rather 'Must-do'! As always, happy and safe travelling. Phil
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Date of experience: March 2020
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JuanMarko wrote a review Aug 2020
Laguna Province, Philippines489 contributions5 helpful votes
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We travelled last March of 2020. To best represent my review. Check it out on YT just search using this words "mt tapyas juan marko". Featuring 724 steps, Panoramic view and the best sunset view with those islands in town. Check it out.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Dominick C. wrote a review Jun 2020
Princeton, New Jersey116 contributions28 helpful votes
Made the climb to the top of Mt. Tapyas. Not sure if the stair count is correct but there are a lot of them. If you make the climb in the morning be sure to bring water and a hat as the sun is strong. There are a few nice spots to stop to get views of the bay and then there is the view from the top. If you are in Coron you should make the climb at least once. Climb toward sunset to get an amazing view of the bay.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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