Tag: Bukidnon Province

  • Nasuli Cold Spring in Malaybalay, Bukidnon

    Nasuli Cold Spring in Malaybalay, Bukidnon

    Originally established and maintained by American missionaries, Nasuli Cold Spring boasts a refreshing cold spring nestled amidst lush trees. The lagoon, with its approximate depth of 15 feet, is ideal for both diving and swimming, offering a serene retreat. Meticulously tended by the staff, it maintains a pristine environment, exuding a tranquil ambiance. This natural…

  • Sinulom Falls in Talakag, Bukidnon

    Sinulom Falls in Talakag, Bukidnon

    Sinulom Falls is a magnificent natural marvel located on the border of Bukidnon province. This scenic waterfall resembles a curtain of water cascading from a lush cliff, creating a mesmerizing sight as it meets the rocks below. With approximately 30 waterfalls in its collection, the tallest of which stands at about 200 feet, Sinulom Falls…

  • Malaybalay City  – a serene highland retreat in Bukidnon

    Malaybalay City – a serene highland retreat in Bukidnon

    Malaybalay City, the capital of the province of Bukidnon, boasts breathtaking natural landscapes, including rolling hills, lush forests, and fertile farmlands. Due to its elevated location, the city enjoys a cooler climate compared to lowland areas. The climate is characterized by pleasantly mild temperatures, especially in the evenings and early mornings. It serves as the…

  • Mount Dulang-Dulang – a natural and cultural treasure that define Bukidnon

    Mount Dulang-Dulang – a natural and cultural treasure that define Bukidnon

    Mount Dulang-Dulang, proudly standing as the second highest peak in the Philippines, is a majestic crown jewel of the Bukidnon province. Reaching an elevation of approximately 2,941 meters (9,649 feet) above sea level, Mount Dulang-Dulang is a dream destination for trekkers and nature enthusiasts. The mountain is part of the Kitanglad Mountain Range, a protected…

  • Mount Kitanglad – a magnificent peak and biodiversity sanctuary in Bukidnon

    Mount Kitanglad – a magnificent peak and biodiversity sanctuary in Bukidnon

    Mount Kitanglad is one of the country’s highest peaks and a protected area. It is one of the highest peaks of the Kitanglad mountain range. According to PHIVOLCS, it is an inactive volcano with an impressive height of approximately 2,938 meters (9,640 feet) above sea level. This makes Mount Kitanglad the fourth highest mountain in…