“The Tagaytay of the South” in the Province of Misamis Occidental, Philippines

The magnificent, distinctive park, which is located 850 meters above sea level and features a stone church as a landmark, is ideal for family and peer bonding. It has a cooler sub-climate than the rest of the Philippines, with the coldest temperature being 14 degrees Celsius.

The big stones that form up the walls of this picturesque chapel all came from Hoyohoy, and some of them are still scattered about the area.

The zip rides are almost overshadowed by the Highland Stone Chapel, after which the park is named. 

View from Hoyohoy Sky-Line Zip. Experience the adventurous sky zip and view of Mt. Malindang.
Photo from Von Miones

People visit the location for its chilly climate, enticing visual beauty, fresh breeze that feels good on the skin, and calming ambiance matched with the chirping of birds and the solemn flow of water in the river; it’s ideal for holiday and summertime family and barkada bonding. Facilities were eventually built, including Asia’s highest zipline, which now has mainly two rides. The first line is 1.5 kilometers long and 500 meters deep, while the second line is 1.2 kilometers long and 400 meters deep. Apart from ziplining, numerous more activities are available.

They are open from Mon-Sun from 8AM to 8PM.

Reasons to visit Hoyohoy?
●The breathtaking view of Ozamiz City and nearby provinces can be gazed 850m above sea level!
● It has the Asia’s Longest and highest zip-line!
● Aside from zip-line, you can also enjoy ATV ride, horseback riding, and overnight camping surrounded by the relaxing smell of aromatic pine trees.
●For those planning overnight, there’s also a comfortable hotel complete with amenities and facilities.
●Hoyohoy also has a function hall perfect for family reunions, birthday celebrations, and wedding parties!
●PLUS! There’s a coffee shop nearby!


Other ACTIVITIES and EXPENSES (Optional)
*PHP500 – If you want to try the Zip-line experience
* PHP500 – Camping Tent (2 pax)
*PHP100 – Horseback Riding
*PHP4X4 – Buggy Ride (3pax)
*PHP100 – Trampoline


Important Information:
▪︎ Entrance Fee per person: Php30
▪︎ Parking fee – Php50 (Car/Vans) and Php10 (Motorcycles)
▪︎Foods/Drinks are allowed and be a responsible tourist.

So what are you waiting for?

Come and visit Hoyohoy where you can experience the magnificient beauty of nature!

9 Comments

  1. jesselpellona says:

    Hi,,,great job👏. Love the way how you promote the resplendent and scenetic view of Hoyohoy as well as its different activities that the tourists will definitely enjoy. I still haven’t been in to this place. Hopefully, I will be given a chance to visit hoyohoy and get to experience those things they’ve offered.
    #Charrrrr😁😊

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    1. Akira says:

      Thank you 🥰

      Like

  2. Keza says:

    Thank youuu!
    Will visit Hoyohoy soon :>

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    1. Akira says:

      Thank you in advance for coming ☺.

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  3. Mar says:

    I’ve read the article and so far, it’s a nice place to visit! Even though I haven’t gone there yet, I already love it. There’s a lot of things that I can spend time with, along with my family of course! plus I love Horseback Riding! I guess it’s one of my best experience there if ever. So might as well visit Hoyohoy soon.

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  4. Rhea says:

    I don’t know if it’s how the publisher highlighted the must-see facts or if the place was a haven to visit in the first place— but one thing is for sure— I might go there and witness it for myself.

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  5. Butterfly says:

    Nice post 🤠

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    1. Akira says:

      Thank you☺🥰

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      1. Butterfly says:

        My pleasure😌✨️
        Have a great day, Akira!!😉👍
        Butterfly 🦋

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