Bukidnon Things to Do
You wanna fly? Happy thoughts and fairy dust are not that easy to find.
Alright, let's go to Bukidnon!
In Dahilayan Adventure Park you will find the longest zipline in Asia. It has two 840m Ziplines with a drop of 100 meters. Zipriders are transported via 4WD Safari Cruiser to a launch tower at 4500Œ ASL.
Going there? - There are 2 ways:
If you are in a large group, it would be best to hire a van that costs 3000 for the whole trip. You may contact Noel Greene through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. He could provide itinerary for your group not only in Bukidnon but also for your tour in CDO and Camiguin.
If you are travelling alone or with a partner, it would be best to ride a van in Agora Terminal going to Bukidnon. The fare costs 60 pesos. Tell the driver to dop you off at Camp Phillips. From there, you will find habal-habal terminal where you can hire for 400 for 2 persons. Or you may contact Kuya Bebot Sanchez through his cellphone at 09162864637. He owns a motorbike to bring you to Dahilayan park and a great tour guide as well.Related to:
- Adventure Travel
For those of us who believe in a higher power, in a nontangible but truly powerful element called faith, it is best experienced in a place of serenity. A beautiful location to experience this soul-searching is a tranquil spot, where the heart, mind and soul can relax, reconnect and rejuvenate as we celebrate life in all its humanity. In the photograph, is a primitive beginning of a village church up in the majestic mountains of Bukidnon, Philippines. Come visit...and celebrate life!
from CDO going to Bukidnon, you can take a shuttle every saturday 8am -8-30am at coffeeworks XU, fare is only 300/pax roundtrip cdo - dahilayan.
you may check the website of Dahilayan Adventure Park for reservations
Bukidnon Off The Beaten Path
You might have to ask the locals for directions or at least point you in the right direction. Either way, it's a bit of a hike, maybe a mile away from a main road. But once you reach your destination, you are duly rewarded with an exhilarating view and a most refreshing swim!
Favorite thing: I realized that finding a place to stay in Bukidnon, Malaybalay the capital city in particular was rather challenging in this day of internet and information technology. Why? Even the provincial government's website (which i think is mandated) does not exist (!) Well, in fairness, it is "under construction". Even the DOT's website seems to be static it lists only what has been there a decade ago; and mostly from the northern portion of the province. Tsk tsk...government should put its act together in that corner of the world.
Even google search lists only the basics: statistics, list of officials :-( Indopedia has one fragmented paragraph...
Fondest memory: Thanks to mobile phones, help came from my hijado Walter Balane who recommended Pines, Haus Malibu, and First Avenue which were all fully booked on the day after christmas when we were there.
Second options were Plaza View and Villa Alemania. The walls of the building housing Plaza View needed a good scrubbing it must have been host to a lot of street vendors who were also on holiday that day.
Villa Alemania was the best choice for the day. It doesn't have a parking lot; we had to make do with one side of the road (city ordinance allows only one side parking). Be sure you arrange with the guard to reserve space if you need to go out.
Amenities: hot/cold shower, cable tv, AC (even if Malaybalay is coooold their ac seems to be outside!), comfortable beds.
Address: Fortich cor Moreno Sts
Mobile: +63 915 415 3801Related to:
- Family Travel
- Road Trip