Mount Isarog National Park Travel Guide

Situated in southern Luzon, the magnificent volcanic peak of Mount Isarog is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna including colorful orchids, blind snakes and tiny falconets.

What is It?
One of the Philippine's most beautiful national parks.
When to Go
Between December to April when the weather is slightly cooler.
Nearest Town
Naga City, a 30-minute jeepney or pedicab ride away.
Don't Miss
climb to the top of Mount Isarog's volcanic cone for spectacular panoramic views.
Mount Isarog has been a national park since 1938 and contains a large collection of lush green moss species.

Fog flows through the park, adding to the atmosphere and giving it a magical quality. This is the perfect place for hiking and there are a number of points of interest such as waterfalls, rainforest, caves and even a beach. Follow the manmade trails to discover a diverse natural wonderland.

Home to the nomadic Negrito tribe people, Mount Isarog can get rather chilly and is quite wet as it receives more than twice the rainfall of surrounding areas, making this a great place to escape from the heat and cool down for a while.

Travel to Mount Isarog National Park - Getting There

The easiest way to reach Mount Isarog National Park is by hiring a jeepney or pedicab from Naga City, which is about a 30-minute drive to the foot of Mount Isarog. There are regular flights from Manila - the closest airport - (with a journey time of 55 minutes) or you can choose to take the bus, which takes about 6 hours from Manila.