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Bangkong Kahoy Valley

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Nature at its best!

All the reviews are true! Baguio-like weather (even during summer season) and it’s just 2 hrs from... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2018
Paranaque, Philippines
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Bangkong Kahoy is THE destination for those seeking quiet days communing with nature. It is... read more

Reviewed 12 January 2018
Lucena City
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Bangkong Kahoy translates to Wooden Bench, hence the name “bangko” which was derived from live tree trunks and branches. About 2-hours drive from Metro Manila, Bangkong Kahoy Valley sits between the mountains of Mt. Banahaw and Mt. Cristobal; a...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Bangkong Kahoy, Dolores, Luzon 4326, Philippines
+63 929 819 8537
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Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile

All the reviews are true! Baguio-like weather (even during summer season) and it’s just 2 hrs from Pque. This is the only place that we got the closest encounter with 2 mountains. A perfect place of rejuvenation, de-stressing & prayer meditation. The road going up...More

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Reviewed 12 January 2018

Bangkong Kahoy is THE destination for those seeking quiet days communing with nature. It is situated between the twin mountains, the mystical Mt Banahaw and the "devil" mountain Mt Cristobal. There are a lot of explanations why it's called the "devil" mountain, however, you would...More

1  Thank pinoyfamily
Reviewed 9 September 2017

Our small family went to Bangkong Kahoy for both work and leisure. We had the best time as we relaxed in the area. We had an open cottage with mosquito nets which surprisingly act as protection from both the mosquitoes and the night wind. We...More

1  Thank Aileen D
Reviewed 6 September 2017

My team went to Bankong Kahoy Valley for a Team Retreat. We stayed at Antonio Cottage. The place is gorgeous! the view is so beautiful! The water is so refreshing.. their water is safe for drinking and my team thinks that the water is sweet!...More

Thank Av S
Reviewed 4 September 2017

Actually I wanted to buy fresh mushrooms, which are grown there. But there is a long zip line as well, and a lot of trails for interested wanderers.

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Reviewed 10 July 2017

It's my third time on this place, first time for my family. Yes! We enjoyed our quick trip to BK Valley. We were all from Sariaya and Tayabas, Quezon. I was surprised that the roads were all-almost paved. I remember the first time I went...More

Thank Aian P
Reviewed 5 May 2017 via mobile

Went here for a long weekend getaway (April 28-30). Surprised of it's availability despite of the on'the spot reservation since most of the places we've searched were full. We checked in late; arrived the area almost 8pm. Our friend, Cynthia, who's somewhat familiar in the...More

1  Thank dangsacramento
Reviewed 1 April 2017

Sanctuary between two mountains Mt. Banahaw and Mt. Cristobal. The place is best for people who wants to relax and want a quiet place to reflect on things.The place offersthe best of nature where you are sorrounded with mountains ang greeneries.The place have their own...More

1  Thank Mary Ann C
Reviewed 10 February 2017

One of the places I would love to bring my future guests to! Foreign or locals will surely appreciate the goodness of nature brings within the mystically beautiful Mt. Banahaw range. It's a great place to spend a couple of days relaxing, destressing, self-educating and...More

Thank Lara May R
Reviewed 20 December 2016

I have always look forward to visiting familiar places such as Mt. Banahaw and Mt. Cristobal. The mere thought of visiting the valley in between is something to look forward too. We drove from Sta. Rosa Laguna to Dolores, Quezon, which is just at the...More

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ken henry j
4 October 2017|
Response from Av S | Reviewed this property |
P70 for a Day Tour. =) But please call them for reservation if you are going to eat lunch or dinner there. =)
Esrom L
22 August 2017|
Response from dangsacramento | Reviewed this property |
As far as I remember they served buffet only but on a reasonable price. You may also bring your own food/drinks, we did ;) Yes, there's tent pitching fee, 200 I think. Bring also lamp since it's totally dark when they shut... More
Clark Lemuel S
10 April 2017|
Response from Mary Ann C | Reviewed this property |
For a day tour you have to pay 70 Php and you can do a walk in payment but if you are not going to bring your own food you have to book for their buffet lunch because they are not going to accomodate on the spot reservation.