Friday, March 10, 2017

Mt. Mayong Payong, Mobo Masbate

Mayong payong is one of the newly discover tourist spot in Masbate wherein you can over view the City of Masbate with a wonderful  scenery of mountain and sea. if you wanted to get here i suggest late afternoon to avoid direct sunlight. perfect to catch up or witness here is the amazing sunset or sunrise maybe next time i can witness the beauty of sunset/sunrise here. for sure i will be get back to you soon.
It's a perfect afternoon were me and my cousin ( in crime ) decided to visit Mt. mayong payong. thanks for the perfect weather who coordinated us well.  


Bahay kubo overnight stay at Php300
you can also set up tent here ( just bring your own tent )

restaurant soon to open ( under construction )
Entrance fee Php25/pax

Over view the City of Masbate

Flower's landscape 

Mountain scenery ( a perfect place to take a moment to relax and recall )


In going to Mayong payong a lot of options:
Option 1:
From the City of Masbate go to Tara St. ( in-front of Mercury Drug store ) ride a habal-habal going to Mobo ( fare Php25/pax ) 15 minutes travel , i highly suggest this ride.
Option 2:
 From the City go to terminal ride a multicab going to Mobo just tell the driver to drop you off at Mayong payong intersection ( fare Php20/pax )
Option 3:
 From the City ride a tricycle going to Mobo ( tricycle be waiting to be fully loaded before going ) just tell the driver to drop you off at Mayong payong intersection ( fare Php15/pax )

From Mobo area you can just noticed the signage going to Mayong payong
ride a habal-habal going to the peak.

 get ready for bumpy rocky ride ......
travel time is more or less 20 minutes depending on your driver-man ( fare Php40/pax one way ride )

 i suggest to talk/ coordinate well to your driver to wait you up or to pick you up going back to the intersection.

 Since we have still time to consume ( not yet over...... ) we decided to drop at Mangrovetum and take some snacks later to feed our hungry tummy.


this is located along boulevard area. a perfect place to relax surrounded of mangrove. 


i highly recommended this to try this out ( chili coated of flour ) not so spicy you can just take the taste of chili and deep with there special sauce.
 After a long afternoon trip try to experience street food marathon...street food vendor are located at Ibanez St. near Social center.
 a lot of chooses from balot, tempura, fishball, buko juice, etc....


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