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2018 BUKIDNON TRAVEL GUIDE | TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, BUDGET HOTELS

Bukidnon Tourist Spots + Travel Guide, Resorts and Hotels

BUKIDNON TOURIST SPOTS + TRAVEL GUIDE + RESORTS AND HOTELS

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BUKIDNON: A PROVINCE FULL OF PROMISE, A PROVINCE FULL OF POTENTIAL

Nestled among the territories of Mindanao, is a landlocked area whose name is derived from the local name for highlander or a mountain dweller – Bukidnon. It houses the country’s second-highest point – Mount Dulang-dulang which rises to an elevation of 2938 meters above sea level. Also worth mentioning is that the province also has the Kitanglad Mountain Range which includes Mount Kalatungan, with an elevation of 2860 meters, Mount Kitanglad with its 2899-meter height, Mount Maagnaw with its 2742-meter elevation and Mount Tuminungan with a recorded elevation of 2400 meters.

Rich biodiversity is evident among these mountains which adds to the allure for nature lovers. Hiking through these mountains would prove to be an excellent adventure for nature lovers because its paths may also provide some kind of challenge even for the most experienced hikers. Still, the effort would be worth it because hikers would be treated not only with breathtaking views but also with crisp and fresh mountain air that revitalizes the senses.

Dahilayan [ Bukidnon Tourist Spots + Travel Guide, Resorts and Hotels ]

Del Monte Pineapple Plantation Dahilayan [ Bukidnon Tourist Spots + Travel Guide, Resorts and Hotels ]

While devoid of any seaports or huge bodies of water, it does boast of huge tracts of land which produce huge harvests of produce such as pineapples, sugarcane, and bananas – all of which are export quality material. It also is known for being the breadbasket of Mindanao as it produced huge amounts of rice and corn that brought sustenance to the residents of the province and nearby areas. Such agricultural bounty has proved to be a boon for residents of the province who are among the wealthiest in the Mindanao region.

2018 BUKIDNON TRAVEL GUIDE | TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, BUDGET HOTELS

Bukidnon Tourist Spots + Travel Guide, Resorts and Hotels

While it is landlocked, it does have a reputation as the watershed of the area with Bukidnon being endowed with six major river systems which feed its many fields of bounty. These rivers: the Pulangi, the Cagayan, the Tagoloan, the Muleta, the Manupali, and the Bobonawan are great forces of nature as they are among the many reasons why the province is replete with canyons.

The longest river in the province, the Pulangi River, is basically a tributary of the Rio Grande de Mindanao, one of the important water systems in the whole country and makes its way into several municipalities of the province. The other rivers also run through several municipalities and are among the important resources where these places are founded on. The teeming resources provided by these rivers add to the bounty of the land to make the province truly special.

The place holds much promise. It still holds a lot of Bukidnon Tourist Spot to be discovered, a lot of things to be re-discovered, a lot of things to be encountered and experienced to make a visit worthwhile. The potential is unlimited, the challenge of putting together the opportunities enormous, but the resiliency and the strength of native Bukidnons would surely come to fore.

Kaamulan Festival
Kaamulan Festival. Photo by By Kleo Marlo Sialongo via WikiCommons [ Bukidnon Tourist Spots + Travel Guide, Resorts and Hotels ]

BUKIDNON TOURIST SPOTS AND ATTRACTIONS

KAAMULAN FESTIVAL

in terms of cultural celebrations, Bukidnon boasts of hosting the Kaamulan Festival annually which runs from the middle weeks of February until the 10th of March. The celebration commemorates and celebrates the culture and the tradition of the seven ethnic tribal groups in the province – the Higaonons, the Talaandigs, the Manobos, the Tigwahanons, the Matigsalugs, the Umayamnons, and the Bukidnons. The gathering of tribes and participants brings forth a ritual connected to datuship, a wedding ceremony or even a Thanksgiving activity aimed at establishing relations between and among tribes.

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DAHILAYAN FOREST PARK

The province also takes pride in one of the famous destinations in Mindanao, the Dahilayan Forest Park. This Bukidnon Tourist Spot was featured in the local movie years back.

Read more about Dahilayan Forest Park 

HOBBIT HOUSE

Another place which you might want to visit in Bukidnon is the Hobbit House. For more click on the link below.

Must Read: Hobbit House Travel Guide

DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE PLANTATION

What also makes the place quite famous is its reputation as one of the places on the planet where quality pineapples are produced. The plantation also becomes as one Bukidnon Tourist Spots. The climate of the place is pretty much perfect for the growing of these plants and the production and canning plant of food giant Del Monte Philippines, Incorporated is located in the province and provides not only jobs but more importantly the opportunities and the economic reputation that entails such an industry. In fact, the strong local economy has attracted other giants such as San Miguel foods Corporation, Monterey Farms, and Swift Foods, Incorporated to put up other processing plants and agro-industrial sites in the province. Other huge companies have also followed suit, thereby strengthening the local economic opportunities.

 

2018 BUKIDNON TRAVEL GUIDE | TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, BUDGET HOTELS

Dahilayan [ Bukidnon Tourist Spots + Travel Guide, Resorts and Hotels ]

HOW TO GET THERE

The Lumbia Airport which is found in Cagayan de Oro is the nearest airport in Bukidnon. Domestics flights coming from Manila, Cebu, and Davao are being catered to this airport. From Cagayan de Oro you can take a bus all the way to Bukidnon. You can also hire a van to reach the place.

Dahilayan [ Bukidnon Tourist Spots + Travel Guide, Resorts and Hotels ]

Del Monte Golf Course   [ Bukidnon Tourist Spots + Travel Guide, Resorts and Hotels ]

LIST OF  BUKIDNON RESORTS, HOTELS, INNS AND PENSION HOUSES  

Planning to see Bukidnon Tourist Spots? Make sure to have room to stay. You may book a room in Bukidnon by clicking any of the links below.

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Hotels and Suites

Pine Hills Hotel
Address: Fortich Street, City of Malaybalay

Hauz Malibu
Address: Bonifacio Drive, City of Malaybalay

Hotel Valencia
Address: Sayre Highway

GV Hotel
Address: Sayre National Highway, Valencia City, Bukidnon, 8709, Philippines

Hotel de Susana
Address: Bukidnon, Sayre Highway, Hagkol, Valencia City

UNO Business Hotel
Sayre Highway, Poblacion, Valencia

Jocel’s Garden Suites
Address: Manangkila Street, Purok 2, Poblacion, Valencia City, 8709

Maple Leaf Hotel
Address: Purok 6, North Poblacion, Maramag

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Pineapples

Sweet Pineapples of Del Monte produced in Bukidnon Dahilayan [ Bukidnon Tourist Spots + Travel Guide, Resorts and Hotels ]

Inns and Apartelle

1st Avenue Apartel
Address: Propia Street, Malaybalay City

Green Ridge Apartelle
Address: Carbajal St, Malaybalay City, 8700

Villa Alemania Inn
Address: Fortich corner Moreno Streets, Sayre Hwy, Malaybalay City, 8700 Bukidnon

Small World Travellers Inn
Address: Rizal St, Malaybalay City

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Plaza View Tourist Inn
Address: Tabios St, Malaybalay City

D’ Azur Finest Inn
Address: Valencia City, Bukidnon

Villa Estela Finest Inn 1 & 2
Sayre Highway, Maramag, Bukidnon

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Lodging and Pension House

Maiple Pension House
Address: Cudal St, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon

Sunflower Lodging House

Address: Cudal Street, Malaybalay City

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  1. What a great list! Super helpful

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