This park, overlooking the city, offers a spectacular view if you plan to drive to the observation area adjacent to the hotel at its highest point. There are two lookout points. For families, there’s a large playground and public restrooms. The only food and beverage option is the restaurant, which is part of the hotel. Otherwise, you may want to pack some snacks.
As we were walking around, I didn’t see any hiking trails. However, there were plenty of trails to choose from, as you’re making your way up the mountain. Be prepared to stop and pay a fee when entering by car. The fee up to the hotel for the two of us cost 136 pesos. The journey by car has a lot of twists and turns so if you have an issue with motion sickness, like me, it may be a challenge.
It’s easy to take an Uber up, but don’t plan on taking an Uber back. There were no cars available unless your timing is perfect when an Uber driver is dropping someone off. Plan on taking a taxi back to the city. The hotel will call a taxi for you. A ride back to our hotel in the San Pedro district cost 250 pesos.