The location of the rest house is really remote. So it requires trekking to get there. Maybe about 6km or so. That's probably about 2 hours of walking, through the jungle, for a first-time wanderer. Electricity doesn't reach the area so we have to rely on solar power there.
We initially did tree farming. That's why we built a rest house. The natives (indigenous community) look after the place. A livelihood we give them.
But then we also realized that we can actually share the place to ecotourists. For them to experience rustic living. First hand experience of the Filipino native's way of life; far away from civilization. A 'digital detox'.
Inclusive of land transportation from the airport to the site.
Activities will vary depending on the season. They may include:
1. Learn how to slaughter & cook a Filipino native chicken
2. Philippine warty pig hunting
3. Swim at the creek
4. Horseback riding
5. Basket weaving lessons from the natives
7. Tree planting
A "despidida" or a small farewell feast will be prepared on Saturday night before heading home the next day.
We encourage Leave No Trace ethics. As a strong supporter of Responsible Tourism, we want to minimize the environmental degradation of the environment.