Bukidnon Travel Guide Collab

ShareTweet “The name ‘Bukidnon’ means highlander or mountain dweller. Bukidnon is considered to be the food basket of Mindanao.” –Wikipedia I teamed up with a Bukidnon-based travel blogger, runner and fellow adventurer Earl of Suroy Pilipinas to create something that will help future travelers when they are researching for Bukidnon. Here’s our Bukidnon Travel Guide: 1. Describe Bukidnon. Earl: Bukidnon is a landlocked province in the highlands of Northern Mindanao. Its rich fertile grounds which produce rice, corn, sugarcane, banana, pineapple and vegetables make it the breadbasket of Mindanao.  Bukidnon does not have an airport but can be reached by […]

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Bukidnon: Zipline Crazy Philippines?

ShareTweet Treating myself with a view of the Kitanglad mountain ranges, impressive pine trees and vast mowed grass, I am at Del Monte Golf Club– I am somehow disappointed because I wasn’t able to visit Dahilayan Nature Park, not that I’m dying to try the longest zipline in the Philippines, but because there is no public transportation going there from Camp Phillips. There are available multi-cab (Php1,300) and habal-habal (Php300) (motorcycle) but poor me, I cannot afford it at that time or will not pay that amount just to see the raved nature park. Maybe they think that everyone who wants to […]

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Bukidnon: What Does A Backpacker Do In A Golf Club?

ShareTweet Q: What does a backpacker do in Del Monte Golf Course? A: Drink lots of pineapple juice. I guess I have all the right to treat myself with bottomless pineapple juice. First, I’m surrounded with this vast plantation of pineapple; Second, its cheap (Php20 only); and Third; I’m not feeling well. I got a sore-throat and flu- too much traveling and less rest. I still have some pandesals (bread) in my bag so I didn’t order something to eat. I wanted to gulp all of pineapple juice I can. Remember I’m trying to live within my budget (Php500 or less/day). I […]

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