Dahilayan Adventure Park, Bukidnon

Dahilayan Adventure ParkDay 3 of our CDO Adventure is a fun-filled tour at Bukidnon! Straight from Camiguin, we went back to Benoni Port going to Balingoan Port. From the port, a van picked us up and dropped us off at Bukidnon, travel time is 2-3 hours.

We had a chance to visit Del Monte’s Pineapple Plantation. It has a vast field of pineapples covering 9000 hectares of land. Its wide area is covered with pineapples from North to South. It has a camp also for Del Monte’s employees and managers. They call it Camp Phillips that has its own amenities like souvenir shops, tennis court, manufacturing plant, playground and the like.

Aside from Del Monte’s plantation, we visited Dahilayan Adventure Park too. They have Asia’s Longest Dual Zipline which we had a chance to try.

First, we tried their 320m + 150m Dual Zipline which is quite scary (cost is P250 only). The most thrilling part of our rope adventure is their longest zipline. It is 840m dual zipline with a drop of 100 meters which you can also try for only P500. I saw their Drop Zone attraction too, I wanted to try it by my group opted not to. Haha! It features 120 feet freefall into a manmade lake which I think is a pumper for people looking for an adrenaline rush. They have other attractions too like Flying Lizard, Ropes Course for team building, ATV track, lodge for those who want to check in, restaurants and cafe for a fine dine experience.

Processed with VSCOcam with a6 presetProcessed with VSCO with a6 presetAfter our rope adventure, we went back to Cagayan de Oro town proper to take our lunch. We had our “eat-all-you-can” lunch at Mindy’s for free, thanks E-Philippines! We had varieties of seafood, pork, chicken, vegetables and sweets. After that jam-packed lunch, we went straight to the highlight of our CDO Tour; Whitewater Rafting!


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