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There's some confusion because Mt. Salakot is different than Salakot Waterfalls. Both are well known attraction here in Palawan. Mt. Salakot is a 1070+ masl mountain peak. An old military communication base manned by Philippine Air Force 570th composite tactical wing. The Base was actually...More
With statues on the falls. XD
Easy to trek.
Near the highway
No ENTRANCE! ATLAST! 😂
The best way to go there? Use a motorcycle. Rough road. Ginagawa palang ang highway. :) but locals are so mabait. They will...More
very nice cold summit been here 4 times in a row :)
I sometimes go there with my family and here's the picture with my family with my friends is on my digicam
but this is really cool place for friends and family
We planned to hike Mt. Salakot but we didn't get the info we wanted before we arrived in Puerto Princesa. During our 4-day stay, we bumped into someone who knows about the outdoors of Palawan. As of writing, apparently, you need to secure a permit...More
This mountain is located in Napsan - southwest of Puerto Princesa. Jump off is only right beside the National Rd. We're on a class field trip when we visited the mountain. This is an easy trek for beginners, just 3-4 hours to summit, scales at...More
On the national hi-way going to Napsan is a nice waterfall and stream up in the mountains. Four wheel drive is recommended. Make sure to bring your swimsuit because the cool waters are very refreshing after the dusty trip up the mountain. I estimate the...More