Anicycle at Kampo Juan Bukidnon

 

Have you experienced driving an aerial bike at 90-meter high, travelling at a distance of 200 meters?

Then you should not miss riding Kampo Juan’s Anicycle, the only one of its kind in the Philippines.

Another breath-taking adventure is crossing the hanging bridgeat a distance of 120 meters with an altitude of 80 meters, the highest hanging bridge adventure in the country!

Kampo Juan has 2 zip-lines which travels at a combined distance of 840 meters with a height of 100 meters!

Experience country’s one of a kind anicycle at Bukidnon’s latest eco-adventure destination – Kampo Juan, in Diclum, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon.

About the Camp

Kampo Juan is named in honor of Dr. Juan Acosta – the patriarch of a patrician family popular for combining politics, environment and scientific research into their collective resume. While his wife Socorro served as mayor and representative of the district and son Neric is probably one of the country’s best environmentalists, Dr. Juan Acosta is known for being a pioneer in pineapple plant breeding.

Rates

Entrance Fee
Adult 50.00
Child 25.00

Guided Summer Tour Package
P600.00
Inclusions: Welcome drinks, snacks, transportation (Cagayan de Oro only), Zipline 1 and hanging bridge.

Guided Walking Trail
P600.00
Inclusions: Welcome drinks, snacks, service vehicle (Cagayan de Oro only), Juan’s Beanstalk, Anicycle (1 way)

All Rides Adventure P550.00
Anicycle (one way) P300.00
Zip-line 1 with hanging bridge P200.00
Zip-line 1 and Zip-line 2 P200.00

Facilities/Services

Klima-kubo cottage camping
Bamboo cottages
Hangar building
Overnight stay (with own tents)
Bonfire

Catering Packages

Set meal (lunch/diner) – P150.00/pax
Set meal (breakfast) – P100.00/pax
Plated snacks – P70.00/pax

How to get there?

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Contact Information

Kampo Juan is open on weekends, holidays and per bookings.
For inquiries, contact: Mercy 09266212192, 09107525015

“.. And the fear factor is what makes Kampo Juan an amazing destination. The deep ravine takes your breathe away.”
Mountain Fresh

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