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Canlaon Volcano

Canloan City, Negros Oriental, Philippines
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Canloan City, Negros Oriental, Philippines
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Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

It's a place twined w/ adventure. It won't cost a lot. I'll take another trip soon after a very long time. I just miss the wind, the coldness of the trees around, the mountains. Want to have a trek w/ some old good friend i...More

2  Thank Emaniuz
Reviewed 3 June 2016

The most notable features of Mount Kanlaon Natural Park is the main crater at an elevation of 2,435 meters (8,088 feet) above sea level. Climbing on top you will notice the wild tropical rain-forest is relatively untouched that gives a wonderful and memorable tropical wilderness...More

Thank albertthebackpacker
Reviewed 30 December 2015 via mobile

The whole island of Negros is a Volcanic Island, Canloan is named after the highest good of pre-colonial bisayan animistic relegion. Canloan is very active, and had alot of activities recently. Government authorities are closely monitoring it, please before heading to a trek please get...More

2  Thank CebuTourguide
Reviewed 11 July 2015

For nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts, Mt. Kanlaon is a slice of heaven. I've listed all the cool spots below, the must-see list when going up, (FYI it's spelled with a K when referring to the volcano. Canlaon City is diferent) Going up, I recommend...More

3  Thank marian16rox
Reviewed 23 May 2015 via mobile

Going Canlaon is just 4 hours of bus ride from Bacolod City for only 110 pesos. At the bus terminal, look for habal-habal drivers who are recognized and is under the City Tourism Office because surely they'll give you the best accommodation and trip you...More

1  Thank ShemdExplorer
Reviewed 27 March 2015

37 years after our last Kanlaon climb, my husband and I joined our daughters and their friends doing the Guintubdan route. Although a few kilometers longer than the Mapot route that we took 37 years ago, the Guintubdan route immerses the trekker in lush rain...More

4  Thank andrealizaressi
Reviewed 13 March 2015 via mobile

Once you reach Canalon city you need to go to the office to do the permits, there are very nice and friendly there. At the same evening we met the head guide and talk with him about all the trails options. We choose to do...More

2  Thank adimeidan
Reviewed 10 January 2015

Very well worth while. You need permits for each member of the party (Filipinos 300pesos, foreigners 500pesos) obtainable from Laddie G Lamis at the Canlaon Tourist Office. Mr Lamis will also arrange guides (compulsory-700 pesos per day)and porters (advisable - 500 pesos a day). It...More

4  Thank Methersgate
Reviewed 8 July 2014

We booked a trek with Dumaguete Outdoors to the summit of Canloan Volcano. They are not used to international customers. They wanted a deposit and wanted us to transfer money upfront to a bank account in the Philippines which was very costly. They refused to...More

6  Thank Sandra L
Reviewed 19 November 2013

Did a 3D2N trek of Mt. Canlaon from Canlaon City. There are different trails going up the volcano. We did one of the easier ones. Some trails would require climbing up from the side of Bacolod, some from Canlaon City. Enjoy the lush forest of...More

3  Thank blindgeekpoet
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