Thursday, June 29, 2017

Bulaw Spring - An Ice Cold Hidden Spring near CDO with Wonderful Trail




This simple and yet beautiful hidden spring brings another tourist attraction in Northern Mindanao. It is situated at Brgy. San Isidro, Talakag, Bukidnon. Tourists and locals that visited the spring hikes from Brgy. San Isidro proper that is considered as the shortest route going to Bulaw Spring. For this trip, it is good to have hiking shoes or footwear that can be fastened in order to have an ease passing through trails requiring barehand for moving down or movingp. The path is not so difficult compared to mountaineering trail, however there are parts requires to move slowly for moving down or moving up on the trail.





The spring has crystal clear water that is also potable at the water source of the spring. It is wonderful because it seems to be located remotely. Mobile phone signal is low, therefore it will be a semi unplugged from the internet world and city living. The place is quiet that wind and water flow on tree leaves are audible. It is a good place to unwind where there are huge boulders that are perfect spots for having a nap or taking a break.









How to get there: 

From the Cagayan de Oro City proper, ride a jeepney that will pass through Carmen Market.
Rate is 7php to 8php

Then, at the Carmen Market look for Jeepney Terminal bound to Talakag, Bukidnon. The terminal is located at the back of the Carmen Market in which Talakag jeepney is noticeable because its size, locally known as double tire jeepney. Passengers can occupy roofing carrier that can accommodate several passengers. Let the driver or conductor aware that you need to get off at San Isidro Brgy. Hall Crossing in Talakag. It is good to have local guide that can assist you on the route.
Rate is 45php to 60php

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