Visayan Islands


MOUNTAIN INDEX
Alto Peak: Leyte / 1332m
Balaan Bukid: Guimaras / 170m
Mt. Kanlaon: Negros Island / 2435m (#27)

Mt. Lanaya: Cebu / 700m
Mt. Madjaas: Antique / 2113m
Mt. Magsanga: Leyte / 655m
Mt. Manaphag: Iloilo / 606m
Mt. Mandalagan: Negros Oriental / 1880m
Mt. Manunggal: Cebu / 1003m
Mt. Nangtud: Panay Island / 2080m
Mt. Napulak: Iloilo / 366m
Mt. Talinis: Negros Oriental / 1903m
Mt. Tres Marias: Biliran /1315m
OsmeƱa Peak: Cebu / 1013m

WATERFALLS
Bangon-Bugtong and Veriato Falls / Samar

BACKGROUND
The central section of the archipelago is comprised of several large islands such as Panay, Negros, Cebu, Bohol, Leyte, and Samar. These form what is known as the Visayas. From Manila, travel to the Visayas requires a plane ride to the major centers such as Cebu City, Bacolod City, and Iloilo City. Though the islands do not have grand mountain ranges such as those found in Luzon and Mindanao, there are hiking destinations of note. Chief among these is Mt. Kanlaon in Negros, the region’s tallest mountain at 2435 MASL.

COVERAGE UPDATES
With the “Visayan Voyage” completed in April 2009, there is now sufficient documentation that includes the highest mountains for the major islands. Frontiers for documentation now include Mts. Nangtud, Napulak, Mandalagan, and the other peaks of Leyte-Samar.

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1 year 7 months ago

Anyone who knows Mt. Siber in Capul Island, Northern Samar? Thanks

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Anonymous
2 years 3 months ago

Hi who knows the mt.mandulao in carles pls pass the info at 09063850250

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4 years 2 months ago

We have an Holly week climb this coming November 1-3 at Mt. Talinis. The Registration Fee is only 500 pesos. Free t-shirt, id, certificate, transportation, and socials. This the link of my poster http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=4666188381283&set=pb.1490734145.-2207520000.1351145626&type=3&theater

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4 years 8 months ago

hi! me and my colleagues are planning to climb mt napulak this coming june. does anyone from here know somebody who can guide us through? thanks!

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Anonymous
4 years 10 months ago

hello, correct ko lang po.. mt. napulak is actually 1200M.