May 25, 2024
SERENITY — Hikers scaling the summit of Mount Pulag, the third highest mountain in the Philippines at 2,926 meters above sea level, find peace and serenity when viewing the sea of clouds and the grassland, which is considered the playground of the ancestors of ethnic groups in Benguet and Ifugao. Efforts are being done to conserve the national park from destructive human activities. — Ryan Dale Mangusan