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Masungi Georeserve

An hour and a half from Metro Manila sits the Masungi Georeserve, an award-winning conservation and eco-tourism site that attracted travelers with its jagged rock formations and adventure trails.

An hour and a half from Metro Manila sits the Masungi Georeserve, an award-winning conservation and eco-tourism site that attracted travelers with its jagged rock formations and adventure trails. It’s also the place sisters Ann and Billie Dumaliang associate with their childhood, as they watched the forest heal over time.


Paco and GRID Editorial Assistant Denise Gonsalves speak to Ann and Billie about growing up in Masungi in the late 90s. They talk about the pros and cons of private conservation, and why they are now so passionate about snails, mushrooms, and the land they protect.


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masungigeoreserve.com

facebook.com/masungigeoreserve

instagram.com/masungigeoreserve

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