SPLASH BLUE BEACH AND INLAND RESORT: From a smoky city to a refreshing, and relaxing setting

SPLASH BLUE BEACH RESORT a very nice resort for family to unwind and relax.
This is a place wherein you can experience the splashing wind breeze that will help you to become more relax and enjoy summer.
It also offer great accommodations to those who want to experience relaxation, comfort, fun, and excitement. The blue seawater will tempt you to swim and have fun together with your family and friends.

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FOREST HILL RESORT: Soaking it all in

Name: Forest Hill Resort
Location: Matina Pangi Diversion Road
La Vista Monte Village, Davao City
Tel: (63 82) 299 3157

A lot of people want to take some rest from their very busy lives. It is what keeps them sane especially those who seek a quiet and relaxing respite after a week-long of hard work and stress. Forest Hill offers fun for kids and adults alike. For kids, Forest Hill has a kiddie pool with slides and a playground. You may bring food and drinks to the resort, but you have to pay P20 per bottle or P100 per case of soft drinks. If you bring a whole lechon, you will also have to pay P100 corkage. For those not bringing their own food, Forest Hill has a canteen where you can order your meals and a cold treats section where everyone can enjoy ice cream, ice scramble, pearl shakes and more.

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OVERVIEW NATURE AND CULTURE PARK: Mountain Dweller’s best spots

Location: Kipolot, Palacapao, Quezon, Bukidnon
Access Point: Sayre Highway Quezon, Bukidnon (Bukidnon-Davao Route)
Mode of Transportation: Motorcycle/Bus/Private Ride
Arrangement: No entrance fee and can go there anytime.
Activity: Sightseeing/Rest Area for Travel Breaks

Overview Nature and Culture Park is located in Kipolot, Palacapao, Quezon, Bukidnon providing an entire and overlooking view of the municipalities. The place is a favorite stop over for those who are traveling the Bukidnon-Davao route where one can see the panoramic view of the mountains as well as experience the cool breeze and fresh air. It is highlighted with the mountain ranges and the verdure of the surrounding areas.

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LUAN LUAN SPRING RESORT: Bukidnon’s Tourist Spot

Location:  Quezon, Bukidnon
Activity: Swimming

Luan-Luan has an abundant supply of spring water and its spillover is diverted to irrigate nearby ricelands. Motorists washing their vehicles outside the resort are also a common sight. The Resort has surrounded with giant balete trees. They have two old swimming pools, Multi-purpose hall, Sari-sari store or Canteen in a dilapidated building and more swimming pools.

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NASULI SPRING RESORT: National Summer Linguistic

Location: Malaybalay City, Bukidnon
Activity: Swimming

Nasuli Spring Resort is one of the ‘must-see’ places in the province of Bukidnon in southern Philippines. It is ideal for travelers who prefer the off-the-track destination spots. The resort is not frequented by tourists and very few locals visit the place.

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MT. CAPISTRANO: Its the ROCKS that rule

Name: Mt. Capistrano
Location: Sitio Binalbagan, Purok 9, Brgy. Simaya, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon
Height: 2,000 feet or 609.6 meters above sea level
Difficulty: 4/9
Trail Class: 1-3
Guide: Mandatory/Required

Mt. Capistrano in Sitio Binalbagan, Purok 9, Brgy. Simaya is the most renowned among the small mountains visible in the highways of Malaybalay City. It humbly towers 2,000 feet or 609.6 meters above sea level. This stunning land form is crowned with magnificent steep, sharp rocks.

People get curious of the photogenic rocky mountain which is a trending destination for most people around Bukidnon. Mt. Capistrano has become a popular tourist destination in Bukidnon for neophyte trekkers, nature trippers and seasoned climbers. It requires 1 to 2.5 hours trek. Another entry point is in Brgy. Managok, Malaybalay City.

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JAPANESE TUNNEL: Exploring Davao City’s Recent Past

Name: D’JAPANESE TUNNEL Family Resort and Restaurant
Location: Pan-Philippine Hiwgway, Talomo, Davao City
Activity: Eat, Swim, Tour, Check In

The 300-meter long tunnel was discovered by the landowners while excavating the area in preparation for a hotel’s construction. Passageways, rooms, armaments and other artifacts were discovered inside the tunnel. It was later confirmed that the tunnel was dug out by war prisoners by order of the Japanese Imperial Army during the Second World War.

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