A typhoon free province – Bukidnon is located at the southern part of the Philippines occupying a wide plateau in the North Central part of Mindanao. Endowed with natural attractions, the province’s terrain is characterized by deep ravines and dense forest mountains which protect the province from storms. If you love mountains, this is the place you should not miss to visit in Philippines.
The mountain ranges, namely, Mt. Kimangkil Range, Pantaron Range, Mt. Tangkulan Range, Mt. Tago Range, Mt. Kalatungan Range Natural Park and Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park contain the remaining tropical rainforests of Bukidnon. Aside from being the homeland of the indigenous peoples (IPs), these ranges are also the habitat of critically endangered, economically important and endemic fauna including the Philippine Eagle, the second largest bird in the world and the Rafflesia, known as world’s giant flower. Mt. Kitanglad, the second highest mountain in the Philippines is located in Bukidnon.