When we hear of Bukidnon, what usually comes to mind is pineapple. Who’s to blame? The cold climate of Bukidnon made it an ideal place for pineapple plantation. Aside from the pineapples, there are other reasons to visit this city in Northern Mindanao and let us share with you some of those.

Rizal Monument, Impasugong Plaza, Bukidnon, Mindanao, Philippines: Emmanuel Caneda [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Go for an adventure in Dahilayan Forest Park and Dahilayan Adventure Park

Located in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon, the forest park is uphill so you can expect a cold climate as you explore the park and enjoy the rides. The entire place is surrounded by tall pine trees, and every spot is true ‘Instagrammable.’ The park has amenities such as a café, function area, bar, souvenir shops, lagoons, playgrounds, and picnic grounds.

If you are the adventurous type, head on to the Dahilayan Adventure Park where you get to enjoy fun outdoor activities such as the Forest Luge, the ATV, Buggy Trail, Barrel Train Ride, the Zipline, and so much more. Tthe adventure park is almost in the same area as the forest park.

Go on a pineapple tour

It is almost a mortal sin if you have been in Bukidnon but have not taken a picture together with its giant pineapple. It is a landmark that you will be able to pass by on your to Dahilayan Forest Park and Adventure Park.

You should not also miss the Del Monte Club House, Golf Course, and Country Club. They will let you in inside their pineapple plantation area. If you get hungry while you’re there, they have a restaurant that serves unlimited pineapple juice.

Craving for more adventure? Visit the kampojuan Adventure Park

Another popular destination in Bukidnon and also located in Manolo Fortich, the kampojuan adventure park is where you will get to see and ride the anicycle or the sky bike.

Also, you will get to see the Acosta Heritage House, a repository of the family’s possessions from their ancestral homes in Northern Luzon and Central Visayas.