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RotyPeaks Ridge Camp
Based on 29 reviews
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Probably one of the most wonderful places I have been to! The road going here is quite difficult. The bridge that time was not passable by vehicles so we had to ride a habal-habal. I was afraid at first but they are really skilled in driving on rough road. The ride can be quite scary but fun.Upon arriving, you’ll be greeted by pine trees and a beautiful view of the Bukidnon mountains and plateaus. The view is so beautiful! There are just mountains everywhere!The staff are also kind and accommodating to us. I like that the place is not crowded so we can still enjoy the view peacefully. There is also a trail you can visit with several instagrammable spots! Definitely something you should visit when in Bukidnon!
Sittie Ashyah MangurunSittie Ashyah Mangurun
05:14 24 Jun 22
Great place for destressing. For those who aren't afraid of adventure and love nature! They can provide heafty meals for breakfast and even have very clean comfort rooms.PS: Remember to bring powerbank, thick coat, and flashlights with you!
Hannah Vera CruzHannah Vera Cruz
17:40 18 Mar 22
Probably the longest and rockiest habal experience I had, but the reward when you get at RotyPeaks is breathtaking. The pictures don't do justice for the beauty and peace this one of a kind place gives you. Love their swings and hanging hammocks throughout the area for unbelievable IG shots. The stay also comes with food if you booked a teepee or their lodge, which was so convenient and surprisingly delicious! Esp the bbq we had for dinner it was srsly one of the best ones I've had. A real must visit.PS. If you don't have a 4x4, you can rent a habal habal like us which is an experience in itself really. Just be sure to pack light like snacks and drinks (esp water) since there's nothing you can buy there. Don't expect much on accommodation, it's just a folding bed (no foam) and pillows and blanket. Also, bring thermal clothes if you want to stay out longer in the hammocks and stargaze. You wouldn't survive otherwise coz it gets really breezy at night and ofc protection from insects too.
Harley Gibb SalvaHarley Gibb Salva
14:37 27 Jan 22
Rough roads lead to breathtaking views aka Impasugong mountain ridges. Every angle is just very magnificent, to say the least. Felt safe during my stay despite the strong winds at night. Safe to say I left half of my soul in this beautiful place!! Xo
Noelle MagoNoelle Mago
15:04 18 Oct 21
Very unforgettable trip. Great view and an amazing adventure going up and down riding a motorcycle. Great for people who would like to take a break from city life and social media cause there's no electricity. Good for meditation and relaxation. Would definitely come back.

Camp amenities




View deck


Tent rentals

Water source

Paluto cooking service


Vicinity, ambiance, and activities



Mountain view

Pine trees



No videoke/loud music

Quiet Hours

Limited campers


Strict noise policy