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Mt. Naupa is located in the City of Naga..the hike is perfect for that adrenalin craving especially for the beginners. The temperature at the camp site usually drops at night and you'll get a refreshing view of sunrise when you wake up early.
● Challenging than Osmeña Peak ✔
The trail is a bit dangerous since it rained the day before we went here. The way is muddy, slippery, narrow and steep unlike Osmeña Peak. But when you almost get to the top, the path is already easy...More
The peak is a good 30 mins motorcycle ride, it is very remote and far from the main road. The trek to the peak, on a normal pace, should be about 40 mins. Beginners should NOT hurry up. Rest whenever you need to. There's a...More
The climb was easy. It only took more than an hour to reach the summit. Also, our hike was an ideal time, since we were there to chase the sunset. We had a good amount of rest and took a lot of pictures. We also...More
The peak was beautiful and the place was good for pitching your tents. You could have a nice view of the city and of the other mountains near it. The hike we took was a bit tough, so as an advice if you're a beginner...More
This mountain is found in the city of Naga. It's a 30-50 min arduous journey to the peak (if you don't spend too much time on rests...lol) but the view from the top is oohh so worth it! You get a 360 view of the...More
Been here a lot of times and I never get tired climbing this mountain. There's no established foot path and it's not as crowded as other mountains in Cebu. I also biked this mountain and it's perfect with its lung busting climbs and you're rewarded...More
I visited the place twice in 2014.
This year, we celebrated the Birthday of two of our fellow Mountaineers in Mt. Naupa.
Mt. Naupa can be reached from Cebu City by public and private transportation.
Estimated travel time would be 45 minutes to an hour...More
hi sorry for late reply. expect a volume of hikers on weekends, although there is enough space in the camp site to accommodate even up to 20 tents. there are two fees to be paid, one for the barangay and the other one at the... More
hi sorry for late reply. expect a volume of hikers on weekends, although there is enough space in the camp site to accommodate even up to 20 tents. there are two fees to be paid, one for the barangay and the other one at the entrance of the camp site which is a private property.