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How to get to MPNR

Important Notice

 
We highly recommend SUV or MPV vehicles as there will be rough roads on the way.
By public transportation

Note: If you're used to commuting, it's a relatively easy commute.

From Aurora Boulevard / Marcos Highway

  • Along Aurora Boulevard/Marcos Highway, you can take a Jeep going to COGEO

  • From COGEO, take a jeep that says PAENAAN. Tell the driver to drop you off at KANTO VETERANS (Php 23)

  • From KANTO VETERANS, ride a tricycle going to BARANGAY CALAWIS (Php 75 good for 4 persons/special ride)

  • From BARANGAY CALAWIS, ride another tricycle going to MOUNT PURRO NATURE RESERVE (Php 70 good for 4 persons/special ride)

From SM Aura
  • Along SM AURA Basement, you can take a Yellowdot transport going to COGEO GATE 2 (Php 43)Note: At the moment, they currently accept Yellowdot tap cards as form of payment. You can avail of a card on the spot for Php 100 only with Php 50 load.

  • From COGEO GATE 2, take a jeep that says PAENAAN. Tell the driver to drop you off at KANTO VETERANS (Php 23)

  • From KANTO VETERANS, ride a tricycle going to BARANGAY CALAWIS (Php 75 good for 4 persons/special ride)

  • From BARANGAY CALAWIS, ride another tricycle going to MOUNT PURRO NATURE RESERVE (Php 70 good for 4 persons/special ride)

By car

On the day of your visit, you may contact the Reservations Officer to verify the road condition of your preferred route.

There are 3 route options:


1. Via Sapinit Road: This is the shortest and easiest route. All vehicle types can pass here with care. However, during heavy rains, since there is around 300 meters of sloping dirt road, we recommend taking option B.


2. Via Boso-Boso Road: Take this if there is heavy rain. SUV and MPV are recommended since there are stretches of uneven cemented roads. Sedans, though possible, will have difficulty.


3. Via Calawis Road: This is the way Waze will direct. This is the longest and hardest route. SUV and MPV are recommended.

Please download the directions to MPNR

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You can use WAZE (search for “Mount Purro Nature Reserve / Camp Explore”). It is easier to follow but may lead to a slightly longer way and rougher roads.