There is something exciting waiting for nature-lovers and adventure-seekers in Bukidnon and it is called Malinao Eco Park.
This 402-hectare eco park is a treasure trove of mountains, waterfalls and other natural wonders that can only be found in Bukidnon. Even before its opening, it is already garnering attention in Facebook as it teases its followers with the various sceneries and adventures that it has to offer.
Malinao Eco Park is the nature escapade that campers have always dreamed of. It has the genuine feel of nature without all the dangerous animals and other natural hazards. This is the perfect place for those who are looking for a pause from the stresses of the city life or for those who are just in need of something fresh.
The eco park serves as a one-stop shop for trekkers, hikers, and campers with the different natural bodies being concentrated in a single place. The cool and refreshing climate of the place paired with scenic views makes for an unforgettable trip with friends, family, or simply by one’s self.
Here are some of the wonderful spots that Malinao Eco Park has revealed so far:
Kiwiki falls is the highest waterfall found inside the park. Water cascades down a giant, protruding rock and forms a giant pool that streams down into the forest. It is just a 45-minute walk from the main road with enticing pools that just begs visitors to take a splash.
The Kiagong Falls is a shorter fall with multiple low level streams. Although it is shorter than Kiwiki, it is called Kiagong because of the loud sound that it makes which can be heard from a distance. It also has a picturesque view of the stream coming out of the mouth of the verdant forest that makes great photos.
Malinao II Waterfall
The Malinao II Waterfall is one of the major waterfalls in the Malinao forest. According to their page, it is the product of multiple networks of streams and springs coming from the mountains. The canopies created by trees protects the pool from the heat of the sun and makes for a refreshing swim.
The Miglapinig Ridge is the park’s main camping grounds. This spot has a view of grassy mountains that extend into the horizon with rivers snaking at the bottom. During cold days, the spaces in between the mountains are filled with fog. Nothing can be more natural than green and grassy mountains with clear,blue skies in the background.
Their Facebook Page posts updates and teasers regularly to keep everybody excited for their opening.
RATES AND OTHER INFORMATION
- Contact No.: 0936-166-6853
- Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GaopMalinaoEcoPark/
- Email: N/A
- Website: N/A
HOW TO GET THERE?
Exact Location: Brgy. Kalasungay, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon