Jariel’s Peak – Infanta, Quezon

A hidden nice, steady spot in the East, it’s not easy to find Jariel’s Peak. But for those willing to travel 2 hours uphill, and go through twisties and rough roads…with the intention of enjoying the cool mountain breeze that Infanta will give you, as well as eating exotic food after a long drive, then this one’s for you.

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The Place:

Accessed through the newly-developed Marifanta Highway bordering the provinces of Rizal and Quezon, it’s almost always 15-20 degrees colder here than in the lowlands.

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Be one with nature…

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Their resident Eagle, which is posted on a branch overlooking the mountains.

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The Chicken

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Friendly Dog

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Pet wild pig

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Now you know what we had for lunch.

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The restaurant, pictured is Team LS2

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The Food:

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Jariel’s Peak offers exotic food. From Adobong Bayawak to Sizzling Baboy Ramo.

Quality is the name of the game for a hide-out as far as this, as they only cook the meals upon order. No re-heating, no freezing. With that in mind, you might have to wait a little longer than usual, but it’s gonna be worth it anyway. The place is relaxing so you could rest and unwind first before eating.

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Sizzling Mountain Snails

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Sisig Baboy Ramo

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The Verdict? Just look up.

How to get there.

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From Sierra Madre Resort/Pranjetto, just follow the route going to Marifanta. Roughly 37 kms from there. Be prepared for some rough roads and ZigZags.

Km. 94 Sitio Baguio, Barangay Magsaysay, Infanta, Quezon

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My first time in Infanta.

Live Free…

– Erik Gatmaitan is the author of https://www.pinoyrider.com – Journeying the Philippines SOLO on a motorbike.

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