Last night This morning at 2am, an epiphany befell my wakefulness while putting together a Bukidnon Itinerary. Insomnia, it appears, has its benefits.
I thought to myself that whilst I spare a decent chunk of time researching, why not save somebody else the hassle of going through the same arduous process by sharing sample itineraries?
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Whilst my own brand of travel blogging leans more towards creative narratives, I still find myself perusing travel guides. Notably, these resources are dished out by WHAT-TO-DO-WHERE-TO-GO bloggers that my periodic bouts of snobbery often punch in the face.
Apologies are in order. I’m sorry!
(Disclaimer: I will still slam bad writing and beyond-the-pain-threshold grammar, of course, but this is altogether a different story to ’em respected itinerary makers. You make traveling a whole lot easier!)
With me yielding, comes the reckoning that Travel Planning is a task in itself, and it deserves a space, on this blog at least, just as travel stories do.
Some months ago, I did a one-off Sagada Weekend Guide. But as a token of goodwill, I guess I might make this a fixture.
First off, Bukidnon. (Right click to save the image in a higher resolution. It would also mean the world to me if you can pin/ re-pin it on Pinterest.)
This is based on a 3D/4N family trip for 6 adults and 2 kids covering the following areas:
Destination highlights are as follows:
- Saddle Ridge Camp
- Dahilayan Adventure Park
- Dahilayan Forest Park (good for kids)
- Camp Philips
- Monastery of Transfiguration (this itinerary is planned to ensure one gets to attend the Sunday Mass at the monastery)
- Pitcher Plant farm
- Quadra Eco Resort
- Lake Apo
As this is a family trip, use of a private vehicle is assumed. No public transport options and details are available with this guide.