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Forest Park in Dahilayan, Bukidnon

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 | Leave a response

Located 4,700 feet above sea level, Forest Park in Brgy. Dahilayan, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon is one of the best places to spend a day with the whole family. It is located meters away from its sister company, Zip-zone Dahilayan Adventure Park, which holds the record of Asia’s Longest Dual Zipline at 840 meters. Inside the Forest Park, one can enjoy in the playground, and eat in the picnic ground or cafe. They also cater to other adventures such as ATV […]

Camp Phillips: Del Monte Pineapple Plantation in Bukidnon

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010 | Leave a response

Bukidnon is considered to be the food basket in Mindanao and is a home to the finest and sweetest pineapple in the country. It is a major producer of rice, corn and pineapple among others. Not only that, it is also the home of numerous plantations such as Del Monte, Lapanday Diversified Products Corporation and Dole Philippines, which are engaged in pineapple, banana plantation among other tropical fruits. Camp Phillips is a community situated in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon. It is […]

Mangima Rest House: Viewing Deck of Bukidnon’s Winding Road

Friday, October 22nd, 2010 | Leave a response

Mangima Rest House is a small house used by travelers as stopover to watch the zigzag road of Mangima Canyon. Although it is a disregarded location for a traveler’s brief stay, the one which will stay will appreciate the beauty of the panoramic view of the mountains of Bukidnon and the vehicles turning left and right in the long and winding road. The word Mangima came from the notable Mangima Stone popularly used for the beautification of houses, fences, floors, […]

CEDAR: Promoting Eco-tourism in Bukidnon

Thursday, September 30th, 2010 | Leave a response

Known as the “Highland Paradise in Mindanao”, Bukidnon’s lush greenery of trees, bushes and plants sprouting in the mountains invites visitors to its beauty and peace. CEDAR or Center for Ecological Development and Recreation is the main entity backed by the Local Government Unit of Bukidnon and DENR (Department of Environment and Natural Resources) to promote eco-tourism in the province. Considered as the little Baguio in the Philippines, Bukidnon is now aggressive in building their tourism reputation through the development […]

Dahilayan Adventure Park in Bukidnon

Saturday, September 25th, 2010 | Leave a response

According to many, don’t leave Bukidnon without visiting Dahilayan Adventure Park and experience the longest dual zip-line in Asia. Dahilayan Adventure Park, now popularly known as “Dahilayan” is one of the best places to experience the most fun and family-friendly activities in Bukidnon. It is a ride from Cagayan de Oro to Alae to the vast area of Del Monte Pineapple Plantation and Camp Phillips, then finally to Barangay Dahilayan, Manolo Fortich. It is where the fun and adventure lies […]

Dila Falls of Bukidnon

Thursday, September 16th, 2010 | Leave a response

Bukidnon known as the watershed of Mindanao is endowed with rivers, lakes and waterfalls. One of the famous waterfalls found in Bukidnon is Dila Falls. It is situated in Brgy. Impalutao, Impasugong, Bukidnon. It is within the protected forest of the Center for Ecological Development and Recreation (CEDAR). Before reaching Dila Falls, you will pass two other waterfalls which are Natigbasan and Gantungan Falls. These waterfalls are pretty much close to each other. It would take about 10 – 15 […]

San Isidro Cathedral, Bukidnon

Thursday, September 16th, 2010 | Leave a response

Located in the center of Malaybalay City, the main city of the province of Bukidnon in the Philippines is the Cathedral of San Isidro Labrador or simply known as San Isidro Cathedral. The diocese of Malaybalay was erected in April 25, 1969 as a territorial prelature and became a full diocese in November 15, 1982. Jose Araneta Cabantan, the current Bishop of Malaybalay, was appointed this year by Pope Benedict XVI. The Bishop Emeritus is Honesto Chaves Pacana, S.J. Both […]

RR Family Spring Resort, Bukidnon

Monday, September 13th, 2010 | Leave a response

One of the more awe-inspiring beauty among the many resorts in the Province of Bukidnon in the Philippines is RR Family Spring Resort or popularly known by locals as RR Resort. It is found in a relatively secluded area in Dologon, Maramag 32 kilometers south of Malaybalay City and 10 kilometers south of Valencia City. RR Family Spring Resort is overlooking Pulangi Lake which is utilized as a hydroelectric power source. Developed over a year ago, RR Family Spring Resort […]

Musuan Peak, Bukidnon

Monday, September 13th, 2010 | Leave a response

Considered by many as an ordinary mountain or hill (not a volcano) in Bukidnon is the Musuan Peak. This is where many students of the nearby Central Mindanao University visit more often for research and relaxation. Musuan Peak is also known as Mount Musuan or Mount Calayo which literally means “Mountain of Fire”. Not known by many, Musuan Peak is an active volcano in the island of Mindanao, the second largest island, in the Philippines. It is about 26 kilometers […]

Bukidnon View Deck

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 | Leave a response

One of the ways to take your breath away with the amazing view of “The Highland Paradise” known as Bukidnon is to stop over at Bukidnon View Deck. It is located in Sitio Angeles, Maloko, Manolo Fortich in an area far from the rural houses. It is the perfect location for a 1 hour pit stop, relaxation and sight-seeing together with families and friends. The Bukidnon View Deck is developed, maintained and managed by the Local Government Unit of the […]

Carmelite Monastery in Bukidnon

Friday, August 27th, 2010 | Leave a response

One of the less complicated houses of prayer with magnificent garden in the Philippines is the Carmelite Monastery in Bukidnon. It is one of the few Carmelite homes in the country which obviously houses Carmelite Nuns or Carmelite Sisters. It is a sanctuary of peace and prosperity which usually caters recollections/retreats and other forms of self-renewal and prayer. The well maintained flora adds to the delight of one which visits the Carmelite Monastery be it a day or a night. […]

Quadra: D’ Stable Eco-Resort

Friday, August 27th, 2010 | Leave a response

One of the finest environment-friendly resorts in Bukidnon is D’ Stable Eco-Resort or popularly known as Quadra, Portuguese translation of “Court” or “Block”. Located about 2 kilometers from Sayre Highway, the main road, Quadra holds a trail for horseback riding. It is one of the dozen ranches found in the city of Malaybalay. D’ Stable Eco-Resort offers short rides inside their ranch as well as day-long or overnight rides to trails in Mount Kitanglad with a couple of knowledgeable wrangler […]

Public Swimming Pool in Malaybalay

Friday, August 27th, 2010 | Leave a response

Located in Can-ayan, Malaybalay City, a Public Swimming Pool can be enjoyed by all the people, both locals and foreigners alike. Since it is about 10 minutes away from the main road of Malaybalay, Bukidnon, getting there is quite hard. Someone needs his own vehicle to get there and most motorella’s (or tricycles) does not go there even if you charter it. You may want to try negotiating a multicab because they would surely agree if the price is right. […]

Loiza’s Pavilion: Garden Wedding Haven

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 | Leave a response

One of the best places to have a garden wedding in Bukidnon is at Loiza’s Pavilion. It is one of Bukidnon’s best places to chill, dine, relax and enjoy a special day such as birthdays and other occasional gatherings. Meetings and Seminars are held at Loiza’s Pavilon at times but most of the time they cater to weddings and receptions. Loiza’s Pavilion can be contacted through the Provincial Tourism Office of Bukidnon found at Kaamulan Grounds or at their direct […]

Monastery of the Transfiguration in Bukidnon

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 | Leave a response

Known to many as the Bukidnon Monastery, the Monastery of the Transfiguration in the province of Bukidnon is one of the most visited religious communities in the Philippines. It is located on a hill in Barangay San Jose, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon. The pyramid structure was made by national artist Architect Leandro Locsin and was dubbed as a “Magnum Opus”, a Latin word which means “Great Work”. Architect Leandro Locsin (1928-1994) is a Negrense known as “The Architect of Space” and […]

Kaamulan Grounds in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 | Leave a response

The Kaamulan Grounds is one of the Nature Parks in Bukidnon. It was made in commendation to the many tribes living in the region. These tribes are named Bukidnon, Higaonon, Talaandig, Manobo, Matigsalug, Tigwahanon and Umayamnon. A lot of these ethnicities are spread throughout the whole island of Mindanao are considered the “old Filipinos” in both culture and tradition which is why the Provincial Government showed appreciation to these tribes for their efforts to maintain their culture During the Kaamulan […]

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