- A video of a Pinoy proposing on top of Mt. Pulag recently went viral
- The beautiful video captured the romance and beauty of the popular climbing spot
- Despite the winds and the rain, the proposal was a great success
Mt. Pulag is closed to hikers and trekkers until further notice after it was accidentally set on fire by some climbers.
However, Filipinos can still enjoy a breathtaking moment at Mt. Pulag courtesy of this beautiful proposal video atop the mountain summit.
The video was posted on Facebook by Blue Mint Photography on January 4.
On the caption, they explained the story behind the couple's engagement.
Galvin organized a climb to Mt. Pulag so he could propose to Anjela in front of their friends and family.
He named their team "Climb to Forever".
On the first week of December, the group started their trek up Luzon's highest mountain.
The photographers and videographers made sure to take candid shots so Anjela would not get suspicious.
However, the team met a little problem on the way up.
They were expecting clear sky and perfect weather, but it rained so hard the whole afternoon until the next day.
"As you can see with the video clips taken on our way to summit, a lot of hazy shots, depressingly dark and gloomy weather showed up. There's no turning back. It's our job to capture every moment of Galvin and Anj, and the rest of the team," said Blue Mint Photography on their post.
Despite the weather, however, the surprise proposal was very successful.
At 2,922 meters above sea level, Galvin went down on one knee and asked a crying Anjela to marry him.
"Bago ko magsalita ng sasabihin ko, gusto kong malaman mo na nagpaalam na ko sa parents mo," said Galvin.
"May sea of clouds man o wala, hindi sa'kin importante 'yun, ang importante kasama kita.
"Ikaw 'yung gusto kong makasama hanggang sa pagtanda ko gusto kitang alagaan. Ipakita sa'yo araw-araw kung gaano kita kamahal."
Mt. Pulag is Luzon's highest peak at 2,926 meters or 9,600 feet above sea level.
The borders between the provinces of Benguet, Ifugao, and Nueva Vizcaya meet at the mountain's peak.
It is the third highest mountain in the Philippines.
Mt. Pulag is famous for its "sea of clouds".
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