Mt. Victoria is situated in the Victoria-Anepahan Range in Narra municipality and is a striking mountain. It is both an Endemic Bird Area and an Important Bird Area.
Travelers can discover the stunning beauty of this mountain, which stands at 1,726 meters above sea level and has a distinctive variety of biodiversity, including the uncommon Attenborough’s pitcher-plant (Nephentis attenboroughii), which is only found at its highest elevations.
Exploring the diverse habitats of Mt. Victoria is an exciting and challenging experience, with its lowland dipterocarp forest, mossy and ultramafic slopes, and varied bird, mammal, and reptile species. Trekking involves crossing several rivers and navigating steep land trails that require bouldering.
Mt. Victoria’s streams, rivers, waterfalls, and lagoons support a range of biodiversity, with many attractions to explore, including Atong Peak, Sultan Peak, the Teeth, and other peaks of the Victoria Range.
At the summit, visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the South China Sea, Sulu Sea, and neighboring peaks and mountains, as well as marvel at the rare and unique flora and fauna.