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"Whether it’s climbing the second highest mountain in the country, Mt. Dulang Dulang, or trekking an easier mountain, this is an absolute heaven for outdoorsy types. Also, be sure to pay Dahilayan Adventure Park a visit. If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, look no further than their massive 840m zip line!"

Popular Bukidnon Hotels

Sayre Highway, Valencia City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8709
SWIMMING_POOL Hotel De Susana and Resort
Purok 2 Patag Bagontaas, Valencia City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8720
Located in Valencia, Hotel De Susana and Resort is within a 15-minute drive of Rizal Park and Valencia Memorial Gardens. This hotel is 7.9 mi (12.7 km) from Musuan Peak Zoological and Botanical Garden and 15.5 mi (25 km) from Kaamulan Park.
Purok 2, North Poblacion, Maramag, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8714
Impressive - 8.4 / 10(21)
SWIMMING_POOL Ultra Winds Mountain Resort - Adults Only
CDO International Convention Centre, Access Road, Brgy Pualas, Baungon, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8707
With a stay at Ultra Winds Mountain Resort - Adults Only in Baungon, you'll be in the mountains, and 5.3 mi (8.5 km) from SM City Cagayan de Oro and 6.5 mi (10.5 km) from Centrio Mall. This hotel is 8.5 mi (13.6 km) from Limketkai Center and 5.9 mi (9.4 km) from Museo de Oro.
Impressive - 8.3 / 10(22)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Villa Estela Fine Inn 1
Sayre Highway, Purok 6, Maramag, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8714
LOBBY GV Hotel Valencia
Sayre National Highway, Poblacion, Valencia City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8709
Impressive - 9.0 / 10(6)
BEDROOM Dahilayan Forest Park Resort
Brgy. Dahilayan, Libona, Bukidnon, Philippines
With a stay at Dahilayan Forest Park Resort in Libona, you'll be in the mountains, just steps from Dahilayan Adventure Park. This resort is 13.6 mi (21.8 km) from Del Monte Golf Course.
Impressive - 8.9 / 10(27)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Villa Estela Fine Inn 2
Sayre Highway , Maramag, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8714
Convenient - 7.7 / 10(10)
Sayre Highway, Purok 5, Casisang, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8700
Convenient - 7.8 / 10(5)
Sayre Highway, Barangay Casisang, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8700
Casisang, Malaybalay, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8700
Sario Street, Purok 2, Barangay Kalasungay, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8700
T.N Pepito Street, Poblacion, Valencia City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8709
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Villa Imelda Farm Resort
Barangay Dicklum, Manolo Fortich, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8703
Fortich Street, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8700
Sitio Balilid, Barangay Dahilayan, Manolo Fortich, , Dahilayan, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8703
Bonifacio Drive, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8700
Guest Houses
Rizal Street, Barangay 5, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8700
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Jocel's Garden Suites I
Guest Houses
Old Building, Manangkila Street, Purok 2, Barangay Poblacion, Poblacion, Valencia City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8709
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Garden Party Venue and suites
C.M. Recto St. Malaybalay, Bukidnon, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines, 8700

Guest reviews in Bukidnon


77 reviews from hotels in Bukidnon with aggregated rating of 8.9/10.

Review from various users that have stayed in Bukidnon will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!

Barry G. C.
The Margarette Business Hotel
/ 10
16 Sep 2021
This is my second stay here. My experience was the same both times. This leads me to believe that this is the common practice. The facilities are adequate. It is a little irritating to have to carry baggage to the second or third floor with no elevator. But, I can bear this. The breakfast is not good (two choices of meat with rice and cold, burnt egg) The coffee is OK. Personally, I would not order the breakfast. It is not worth it but it comes with the room. The real issue is customer service. It simple does not exist. The staff go about their duties with no care for those who stay. Example: Upon check-in they did not give me login for the wifi. I assumed it would be posted in the room. I called down stairs and asked for the code. I was give a code but not the user name. So, I called down again, and it did not work. The guard will not assist in leaving (the bank next door takes up all the parking and blocked me in). While I am an English speaker I do have minimal Visayan and I did have a Pinoy with me to assist with check-in. So, language was not an issue. The staff is completely inattentive. What would otherwise be a good hotel is mediocre due to the inattentive staff. They do not value the customer.
Anne C.
Villa Estela Fine Inn 2
/ 10
12 Okt 2017
Not so good, the room was not so clean. The door knobs are damaged. Price was not satisfied me. No free breakfast. Charged pool even to guest. Floor was wet.
Richard C. K.
GV Hotel Valencia
/ 10
7 Okt 2019
To be honest, we really weren't expecting much due to the low pricing but our stay turned out to be a pleasant surprise as the accommodation was clean, air conditioned, and quiet - with conveniences such as access to the main road and the small store at the lobby. The internet was slow though but that seems to be the only trade off and is a very reasonable one due to the price.
Charisse T.
JB Apartelle
/ 10
17 Apr 2019
The staffs are accommodating and hospitable. They are very responsive and approachable as well. Keep it Up!

Most commonly asked questions in Bukidnon

Where are the best cities to visit in Bukidnon?

The best cities to visit in Bukidnon are Manolo Fortich, Maramag, Malaybalay City, Valencia City, Baungon, Libona

How many hotels are listed in Bukidnon?

Currently, there are around 32 hotels that you can book in Bukidnon


Bukidnon Pineapple Field

Located in a plateau some 915 meters above sea level, Bukidnon presents a myriad of land and water adventures for those in search of a natural high. In addition to adrenalin-inducing activities, the province also boasts majestic mountain peaks, thriving flora and fauna, and fertile grounds that support the livelihood of its people and cultivate the rich culture of several indigenous tribes.

Bukidnon is a paradise for anyone who has ever dreamed of retreating to the peace and quiet of the mountains. Taking its name after the term for highlander or mountain dweller, the landlocked province is surrounded by caves, lush greeneries, rising peaks, and roaring rivers. This pastoral plateau is home to 7 indigenous groups, each named after the bodies of water near their initial dwelling places. These days, the province is known for its traditions and cultural, aesthetic, and artistic heritage, as well as nature trails and activities. These attractions can be seen and accessed year-round, but most of the adventure resorts and hotels in Bukidnon fill up with tourists during the Kaamulan Festival.


How to Go

By plane

While there are public and private airstrips in the area, there are actually no direct commercial flights to the province. If coming from Manila, the fastest and most convenient way to get to Bukidnon is by booking a flight going to Cagayan de Oro or Davao City. Upon reaching these points, you will have to travel by land to get to the province.

By boat/ferry

Bukidnon is a landlocked province and, as such, there are no direct ways to reach the area by sea. However, there are ferry services that connect Bohol, Cebu, and Manila to Cagayan de Oro Port. From there, one only needs to take the bus to reach Malaybalay.

By land transportation

From the airport in Cagayan de Oro, you can rent a taxi, hire a van, or get on a bus heading to Malaybalay, the capital city of Bukidnon. The ride lasts about 1.5 hours and covers a total of 104 km. If you’re coming from Davao City, you can take a 3-hour ride to Salawagan, Quezon, Bukidnon.


Getting Around

Traveling in and around the province is typically done by riding buses and multicabs. Near city centers such as Malaybalay, the best way to get around is by riding a motorela, a motorcycle-powered 8-seater version of the jeep.


Tourist Attractions

A trip to Bukidnon will definitely thrill anyone with an affinity for conquering challenging peaks. Among the province’s top destinations is Mount Kitanglad Range Natural Park. This expansive nature preserve offers a collection of lush mountains, virgin forests, and exciting trails that go through different towns and villages. In addition to these, there are many caves in the area that are just begging to be explored.

Mount Apo Lake

Despite its landlocked location, the province also boasts several rivers, waterfalls, and lakes. Valencia City’s Lake Apo, in particular, is a popular destination due to its serene, crystalline waters. It also has spectacular views framed by viridian hills and mountains. Aside from lakes and rivers, the province also has a selection of springs and waterfalls.

Rafflesia Flower

The flora and fauna in the province are also worth your attention. Bukidnon is one of the homes of the Rafflesia and the Amorphophallus paeoniifolius — both of which are rare flowers. But don’t keep your eyes on the ground, as there are equally rare sights to see in the air.

Myna Birdwatching

Birdwatching can prove to be a rewarding activity in Malaybalay City and Mount Kitanglad, as these places serve as homes to parakeets, owls, fly catchers, and raptors, such as the Philippine eagle.


Top Things to Do

Visiting Mount Kitanglad Range Natural Park is a must for anyone who wishes to see the best sights in the province. From here, you can take on a trail that passes through different towns. Mount Kitanglad, the 4th highest mountain in the country, is a challenge for any avid mountain climber. But if you’re pretty casual about climbing peaks, you can go on a day climb in Mount Capistrano or Mount Palaopao.

Aside from reaching for the clouds, you can also explore the bowels of the earth and go spelunking in any of Bukidnon’s numerous caves. You can start with Paiyak, Basag, and Sumalsak caves in Sumilao, and the lovely Salawaw Cave in Valencia City.

Dahilayan Forest Park

Aside from trekking and spelunking, you can also get a natural high by trying out the excellent facilities at Dahilayan Adventure Park. The park has a canopy glider, an 840-meter zip line facility, and an 8-story high base-jumping platform. If you time your visit between mid-February and mid-March, you can also join the Kaamulan Festival, a colorful event that proudly highlights the rituals and celebrations of the 7 indigenous tribes of Bukidnon.


Where to Eat

Chicken Pineapple

A trip to the province is never complete without visiting Del Monte’s pineapple plantation, which is said to be the biggest in Asia. You can taste their fresh produce by ordering any of the hearty dishes at Del Monte Golf Club House. You should also head to the Monastery of Transfiguration to view the lovely temple and to get a taste of their Monk’s Blend coffee.



Not a lot goes on in Bukidnon after dark since most of the tourist-oriented establishments here are geared towards communing with nature. But if you feel like going for a drink or two, you can check out the bars and restaurants in Valencia City and in Malaybalay.


Where to Stay

It’s quite easy to find hotels in Bukidnon that are located close to top tourist attractions. Dahilayan Forest Park Resort, for one, offers a great location and comfy accommodations. In addition to the hotels, there is also an abundance of bed and breakfasts, lodges, and inns in the area. Whether you’re in the province for a romantic rendezvous, a business trip, or a backpacking adventure with friends, you’re sure to find a holiday home that will live up to your standards and fit your budget.


Travel Tips

  • The presence of mosquitoes can put a damper in an otherwise amazing nature trip, so make sure you bring insect repellent with you all the time.

  • Remember to be safe when engaging in water activities. Make sure you wear a life vest when visiting any of Bukidnon’s falls, lakes, and springs.

  • Don’t forget to protect your skin from UV rays when you go trekking or birdwatching. Apply and reapply sunblock to avoid getting sunburned.

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