Imagine this: you wake up in the chilly mountain air. You stretch as the morning dew and the fog lifts, revealing the contours of the earth beneath you. The sun illuminates the land and you are greeted by vast ridges of green as far as the eye can see. The ridges and slopes of the mountains bare themselves, perfectly clear from where you wake up. This is your view, this is RotyPeaks Ridge Camp!
RotyPeaks Ridge Camp is a private mountain campsite in Dumalaguing, Impasugong Bukidnon. The campsite presents guests a nature retreat with a wide panorama of the mountains of Bukidnon in their cozy accommodation.
See for yourself the jaw-dropping views that will surely take your breath away. Pictures will never truly capture the amazing and astonishing vista of the mountain ranges of Bukidnon. Leave your worries at the foot of the mountain and enjoy what RotyPeaks has to offer!
Trace the rising and falling slopes, gaze at the rough ridges carpeted by greenery, admire the rare sight of peaks and hilltops, and bask in the humbling feeling of being dwarfed by mother nature. When you’re there, it’s just so difficult to look away from the view!
One (or should I say two?) great added bonus is that the location is a prime spot to witness the sunrise and sunset. Come on, who needs a television when you have an amazing view like this?
RotyPeaks Ridge Camp may be a campsite, but it is not without accommodation and a few attractions. The camp offers wooden cabins as housing for groups of 2 up to 10 people! From small bamboo sheds to bigger wood houses, you can find a safe and warm space with furnishings and comfy places to rest in.
Besides the cabins, the camp also has a dedicated tent area under tall trees. The view is just as majestic here, if not made better by being directly under the sky and exposed to the elements!
Around the campsite you’ll find a viewing area with a large hammock, a rocking chair, and a picnic table. You can have breakfast or dinner here while enjoying the beautiful backdrop. You’re going to want to secure a seat for yourself before your friends here, as it’s going to be hard to have someone get up and leave this view.
For conversations and your pahilis after meals, the campsite has a designated fire pit. It’s the perfect spot to stay warm and exchange stories after the sun has set. The location is susceptible to bushfires, so guests are prohibited from creating fires anywhere else to protect the surrounding area from burning.
If you’re up for some adrenaline to start your day or to spice up your afternoon, have a go at their hearth-throbbing swing that takes you over the edge of the mountain. Of course, you’ll have a full, lovely view of the mountains while you get that adrenaline rush!
Make sure to drop by the Impasugong Tourism Office and secure an Entry Pass first before heading into the campsite!
RATES & OTHER INFORMATION
- Entrance Fee: ₱350 per person
- Corkage fee: ₱500 per group
- Camping: ₱400 grounds fee per head
- Tent rentals:
- ₱300, good for 2 persons
- ₱500, good for 4 persons
- ₱800, good for 8 persons
- Wooden Cabins
- Cabin use is subject to availability. Make sure to contact their official Facebook page beforehand!
- ₱1,250, good for 2 persons
- ₱8,000, good for 10 persons
- Rates are exclusive of meals. Dinner or breakfast must be pre-ordered at ₱160 per head.
- There is no electricity in the campsite.
- Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/RotyPeaksRidgeCamp/
- Contact number: 0977-801-7903
- Walk-ins are not allowed.
- Entry pass issued by the Impasugong Tourism Office is required to enter the campsite (open 7AM to 4PM)
- Tourism Office Facebook contacts: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Impasug%20ong%20Tourism%20Center/516634875054831/
HOW TO GET THERE?
Exact location: RotyPeaks, Bukidnon – 2 hours and 30 minutes from Cagayan de Oro city; or 1 hour from Impasugong Municipal Hall.
BY SERVICE: Pickup can be arranged with the camp, however a minimum of 5 persons is required. Fees per head can be discussed with the camp.
BY CAR: Navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “RotyPeaks Ridge Camp” in Impasugong, Bukidnon. The camp is accessible via motorcycle and 4×4 vehicles.