It’s about time we take the break we have always deserved and longed for.
As featured on vismin.ph, the fast-rising digital magazine highlighting the best places in Visayas and Mindanao, another new attraction is set for our next visit in Bukidnon.
Located in Malaybalay, Pico’s Spring is a must-visit for every camper or traveler. Allowing you to live your Tarzan dream for living in a treehouse, you also get to experience being Prince Eric waiting for your Ariel to submerge from the water.
There really are a lot that you could do at Pico’s. Hence, a visit is definitely a good thing to consider. Especially with the effects of this pandemic, we should learn to support local.
Currently, Pico’s Spring only accepts overnight accommodation, but they don’t accept walk-ins. You need to book for your reservations ahead of time. Please be guided that they only accept guests who are at 22 – 58 years old. Else not, you will be refused upon entry. Hence, a VALID ID is a must.
RATES & OTHER INFORMATION
Overnight Use: ₱1,500 per night, good for 10 pax
- Exclusive use of treehouse
- Swimming with the use of string lights
- Disco lights
- Kitchen Usage with utensils
- Abaca Spider Web
- ₱100 – Rice Cooker
- ₱50 – Heater
- Check-in: 2:00 PM / Check-out: 10:00 AM
- Email address: [email protected]
- Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/picosspring/
HOW TO GET THERE?
Exact Location: Purok 6, Simaya, Malaybalay, Bukidnon, Mindanao
From Cebu City, you can take a boat from Pier 1 that’s headed to Cagayan de Oro City. From CDO, you will need to take a bus heading to Bukidnon and drop off at the center of Malaybalay. From Malaybalay, you can hail a tryke or motorbike and ask to send you to Pico’s Spring.
BY PRIVATE VEHICLE: Navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Pico’s Spring”.
(This article was first published on Vismin.ph with minor edits from Sugbo.ph editors.)