The Tila Pilon Hills: Where Nature’s Art Is On Display

There’s an untouched nature treasure in Bulacan that you have to see. Tila Pilon Hills is a 180-meter-high mountain with a 360-degree view of lush forests and the Sierra Madre mountain range. It’s a truly breathtaking view.

Introduction: What is Tila Pilon Hills?

Who would have thought that Luzon already has its Chocolate hills? It’s the TILA PILON HILLS of Brgy. Kalawakan, Doña Remedios Trinidad, Bulacan. With a mix of Batanes and Bohol, where you can expect nothing but the extraordinary experience of your lifetime!

The Experience

The beauty of the view from above is unbeatable. It’s worth the tiring walk of about 20-minutes. I hired a tour guide to take my picture, so it’s not boring to walk and help them because they are Indigenous people. The group of bikers goes there. There is no vendor on the mountain, so better to bring your food. I will never forget the cow that even the tour guide was scared of it.

What to Bring in Tila Pilon Hills

Since there is no store on the mountain to buy food, bring your food to save. There is also near the registration area before climbing but expect it to be a bit expensive. Bring enough water and, of course, a power bank.

Rates and Other Details

Entrance per head: Php20.00
Tour guide: Php300 (for 5 pax in a group; additional Php60 for every added person in a group)

Contact Details:
23 Kalawakan Rd, Kalawakan Proper, 3009 Dona Remedios Trinidad, Bulacan
Mobile: 09657216671, 09178600103
Email: [email protected]
https://web.facebook.com/tilapilonhills/
https://bulacan.gov.ph/tourism/index.php
Mon-Sun 6am – 5pm

Conclusion

We have places we want to go, even if it’s expensive if you want to get rid of stress and relax. You’re going to no matter what happens. So visit the place.

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