Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Bukidnon Attractions

Hey, have you been to Bukidnon Province in Mindanao? If you haven't or if you have but have taken the views for granted, allow me to take you to a visual lakwatsa to this beautiful part of our country. Let's take the trip from Davao City.

First Stop: Overview Nature and Culture Park in Quezon.

This is along the winding road going down to Quezon town. This place was built by the Department of Public Works and Highways. From there, one can see the sweeping views of the valley below!

Second Stop: Limestone Mountain viewed from Pulangi Bridge

I've always been curious about this place because I've wanted to take a photo of this every time we pass this. The Pulangi River runs through the Pulangi Bridge.

Third Stop: Lake Apo in Barangay Guinoruyan in Valencia City. 

Lake Apo can be accessed through Maramag. Please read more about it in my post: Tayo nAPO sa Lake Apo.

Fourth Stop: Transfiguration Monastery, Malaybalay

This monastery of the Benedictine Monks is a must-see in Bukidnon. This was designed by the late National Artist for Architecture, Leandro Locsin.

Fifth Stop: Alalum Falls, Sumilao

In the times we've passed through this area, we thought this was just another park. But lo and behold...there's a beautiful waterfalls below it! Check this out and don't ever miss it!

Sixth Stop: Impasug-ong

Along the way, one cannot miss this big structure in the middle of a garden in the highway. A lot of passers-by usually go down to have their photos taken with these gigantic dancers.

Seventh Stop: View Deck overlooking the "Grand Canyon of Mindanao," Manolo Fortich.

Eighth Stop: Dahilayan Adventure Park, Manolo Fortich

From this adventure park, one can see sweeping views of the Kitanlad Mountain Range.

The next time you travel through this huge province, don't sleep or else you'll miss the beautiful views along the way. 

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