Have you been to Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park (MKRNP)? With a total land area of 47,270 hectares, it was declared a Protected Area through Republic Act No. 8978 in 2000 and as ASEAN Heritage Park in 2009. It has the second highest peak in the country with Mt. Dulang-dulang at 2,941 meters. Its unique biodiversity hosts over 600 rare and endemic species, including the Philippine Eagle and the Philippine Tarsier. Mount Kitanglad is also home to Rafflesia schadenbergiana, the second largest flower in the world.

photo by Dare to Explore
photo by Dare to Explore
photo by Gierson Mujeres
photo by erxxi Manny’s Garden via Outdoor is Life
photo by Dare to Explore
photo by Dare to Explore

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