A Trip To Mariveles : The San Miguel Peak

After embracing the remarkable view of the Sisiman Bay, it is time for us to go closer! Our tour coordinator took us at the foot of the so-called San Miguel Peak. This enormous rock formation is sitting beside the pebbled beach of Sisiman Resort.IMG_0488tWe didn’t get much details about San Miguel Peak but we were told that the rock formation got its name from the company that merely owned most of the lands in Bataan, the San Miguel Corp. The rock formation is said to be an ideal spot for some rappelling adventure.IMG_0485tThe rock formation is around 700ft high and they said that it requires around 20 minutes or more to trek and reach its peak ( I don’t think I am strong and skillful enough to do such do). The closer I get to the mountain, the more amazing the view becomes.IMG_0499tThe San Miguel PeakIMG_0502tThe other and lower rock formation beside the San Miguel PeakIMG_0505tBefore reaching the place, you will pass through a series of cottages which are part of the Sisiman Beach Resort. Too bad, the cottages are seemingly unmaintained. I was able to find a comfort room but ended up in such disgusting toilet. The place however has huge potential considering the stunning view of the pebbled shore and some islets you can see from afar. Maybe the management of the resort should pay more effort to improve the place! IMG_0508tIMG_0517tIMG_0511tIMG_0523tLocated few meters away from the San Miguel Peak is another interesting sight, a fully functional lighthouse. It’s another picture perfect opportunity.

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3 thoughts on “A Trip To Mariveles : The San Miguel Peak

  • November 22, 2016 at 7:33 pm

    The photographs all look so similar. Lot of soothing greenery around. Worth marking as a holiday destination.

  • November 23, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    I love rock formations especially those of igneous composition. I also love how vegetation covers the formation which indicates that life exists. I am pretty sure that I would enjoy going there. I know it will all be worth it.

  • December 6, 2016 at 6:48 am

    I have climbed San Miguel Peak.?


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