Over the years, since it's eruption in 1991, Mount Pinatubo has gradually changed its features and turned into a beautiful tourist attraction. It never fails to amaze tourists from different corners of the world with its majestic beauty. The 1991 eruption led to the formation of the Crow Valley as it exists today, full of ash, dust, rocks and rivers, making it feel like a place not of this planet. The eruption also led to the formation of the Crater Lake, a clear blue, crystalline lake that is truly stunning to behold.
Apart from the unique landscape that the trek takes you through, it also introduces you to one of the oldest indigenous tribes of the Philippines - the Aeta, who you will meet on your way to Mount Pinatubo. We encourage our clients to take some items of aid along with them to give to the Aeta in their villages.
We facilitate day treks for tourists to this spectacular place daily, and we have packages that can accommodate the preferences of any sort of traveler. We have different packages to cater to pick-ups and drops from many points in the Philippines, be it Capas, Angeles or Manila. The rates given above are for single people Based on the number of people who approach us for a day trek together, the larger the number in the group, the cheaper the per head cost of the trek.
The above cost includes -
-4WD Jeep Ride (inclusive of rental, driver, gas and trip dues)
-Local Trail Guide from Local Tourism (not english speaking)
-All applicable fees (environmental fees, conservation fees, maintenance & IP share)
-Processing of clearance and climbing permit
And the basic itinerary for all packages is the same, i.e.