- Still no room at Banahaw for Lent trekkers
- PILGRIMS and trekkers are allowed only in designated areas at the base of Mt. Banahaw in Quezon and Laguna provinces as the government extends the closure of the mountain until 2019. DELFIN T.
- Another year, another mountain to restore
- Every year from the months of July to November, Haribon, along with its members and partners, hike the mountains of Mt. San Cristobal, rain or shine, in order to restore the Philippine's denuded forests.
- Mt. Banahaw visitors to be charged higher entrance fee
- LUCENA CITY—Devotees and nature trippers heading to Mount Banahaw this Holy Week will have to pay a P50 entrance fee to have access to the government-allowed areas on the foot of the mystical mountain, an official of the Department of Environment ...
- VP Binay's Holy Week destination: Mt. Banahaw
- LUCENA CITY — Vice President Jejomar Binay on Maundy Thursday joined the annual trek of Lenten pilgrims to Mount Banahaw in Dolores, Quezon, police said. Insp. Madonna Abang, Dolores police chief, said Binay arrived in the town around 9:45 a.
- Protests prompt review of hike in Banahaw fee
- LUCENA CITY—Vehement, and sometimes violent, opposition to the increase in the entrance fee to Mount Banahaw has prompted the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to relent and charge the old fee. Salud Pangan, DENR park ...
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