Mt. Isarog is an inactive volcano in the province of Camarines Sur, and is one of the highest forested peak in Southern Luzon. In 1938, the Philippine government declared the rainforest around the volcano as a national park. The sanctuary is home to hardwood trees, exotic plants, rare animals, and the Malabsay and Nabontolan Falls. Kara M. Santos visits her hometown in Naga, and shares her trek to Mt. Isarog National Park. Her pictures are fascinating and her experience is something we could learn from. Read her blog and think about how we can help preserve our natural wonders in the Philippines.