With the “missing gaps” now completed, the Malaybalay City to Gingoog City road can now be considered fully passable. Misamis Oriental Governor Yevgeny “Bambi” Emano led the recent ribbon-cutting ceremony of the completion of the Construction of Missing Gaps along the Malaybalay City to Gingoog
UPDATE: Bukidnon Online, the longest-standing Bukidnon blog by a multi-awarded Filipino blogger and social media specialist, shared the news about this Mindanao tourism program almost 2 years ago (October 8, 2016, to be exact). Today, February 2018, we’re updating this post with more exciting news.
Lovers of the outdoors, listen up! This is another proof that Bukidnon is truly the place where you can fall in love with nature over and over again. We discovered this blog post about Kapayawan Ridge in Impasugong, Bukidnon. The blogger said that they endured
Pabama Tours and Transport Bukidnon surely is following their slogan, “Bringing you to the next level.” The Bukidnon bus company, which serves the Kibawe to Cagayan de Oro route, recently introduced their brand new high-end units made by Chinese bus company Zhong Tong. The new Pabama
Want to try taking a helicopter tour in Bukidnon? Dahilayan Forest Park, the property beside Dahilayan Adventure Park (where the popular 840 meter Zipzone is), now offers helicopter rides! Dahilayan Forest Park is one of the Paras clan-owned properties within Barangay Dahilayan, one of the 22
The yearly festival that gathers Bukidnon’s 7 hill tribes has been included in the official ASEAN Tourism event calendar. Bukidnon’s Kaamulan Festival has been spotted as one of the events listed under March 2015 in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)’s website. If planned
Because these brave folks did! Several Bukidnon residents finished a different kind of Holy Week penitence when they walked from Malaybalay City to Cagayan de Oro. From CDO, Malaybalay is roughly 91 kilometers away and a trip via public transportation usually covers about 2 hours