8 Eco-Attractions in Bukidnon for Outdoor Adventurers
There's definitely more to Bukidnon than pineapples.
by Kara Santos | November 23, 2017
Known as the food basket of Mindanao, Bukidnon is a major producer of rice and corn in the region, with vast plantations for pineapples, bananas, and sugarcane. But, mention Bukidnon and most people will probably think of pineapples.
Aside from being home to the world’s biggest pineapple plantation, this province landlocked by mountain ranges and forest reserves offers a lot of exciting eco-tourism attractions for adventurous souls. Here are just a few of the amazing natural destinations in Bukidnon that you might want to put on your bucket list.
In the city of Valencia, you can find Lake Apo, a crater lake in Barangay Guinoyoran. Located in a hilly area about 11 kilometers from the town center, this picturesque lake has been dubbed the cleanest and greenest inland body of water in Northern Mindanao. Locals and nature-trippers come here to enjoy the serene view, go on picnics and go rafting on wooden bamboo cottage rafts along the peaceful lake.