Lake Pinamaloy

Don Carlos, Bukidnon

Lake Pinamaloy is a guitar-shaped freshwater lake located in the municipality of Don Carlos in the province of Bukidnon, Mindanao, Philippines. It has an estimated area of 60 hectares (0.6 km²). The lake is feed by local run-off and it is the main source of potable water for the municipality as well as its main tourist attraction.   More

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  • Vacation Guide for Bukidnon

    Vacation Guide for Bukidnon

    Bukidnon is considered by Filipinos to be the food basket of Mindanao. It is the major producer of rice and corn in the region. Plantations in the province also produce pineapples, bananas and sugarcane. Malaybalay City is the capital of Bukidnon.

    Bukidnon is a landlocked plateau in North Central Mindanao. It is bounded on the north by Misamis Oriental and Cagayan de Oro City; on the south by North Cotabato, Davao del Sur and Davao City; on the east by Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte; and west by Lanao del Sur. It lies between parallels 7°25' and 8°38' North latitude and meridians 124 ...

  • Running around Lake Pinamaloy

    Running around Lake Pinamaloy

    Being involved in a project in the southern part of Bukidnon and staying in the area for a few weeks, among my first concerns was to find a place to run, just like what other running addicts would do. The highway amid a rolling terrain with a scenic view is nice, but there's just too much traffic, heavy trucks and large buses no less in this busy highway. I asked friends in the area, but most recommendations involved track ovals or some parks, which are too short a route for my liking. I don't wanna be running a place 50 or more times, y'know.

    Until someone said, "Lake Pinamaloy! You can ru ...

  • Natures wonder

    CARVED from the flatlands surrounded with high mountainous rain forests and verdant valleys that provide natural feed of spring water to a foot shaped inland body is Lake Pinamaloy in Don Carlos, Bukidnon. It has more than 60 hectares with a depth of 10 meters at the center and three meters in the edge. Home to some freshwater life that supports a bio-system, it has an estimated displacement of six million gallons per day that could sustain the daily bathing and drinking water requirements of up to one million people.

    Looking for a New Year's sojourn Visit Don Carlos, Bukidnon for the best ...

  • Home of Natural Wonders and Magnificent Sights

    Home of Natural Wonders and Magnificent Sights

    Bukidnon is a landlocked province in Mindanao which is considered to be its food basket and the home of the finest and sweetest pineapples in the Philippines. But, there's more to it than just pineapples!

    There is no sea in Bukidnon but you'll surely be amazed by its lakes, springs, rivers and waterfalls. Just along the Sayre Highway in Sumilao, Bukidnon, you'll be able to see the

    For fishing or boating or day tour excursion, the Lake Apo in Valencia is highly recommended. It is 24-hectares wide and 85-ft deep and has been dubbed as the cleanest and greenest inland body of water in North ...

  • The Serene Lake Pinamaloy in Don Carlos Bukidnon

    The Serene Lake Pinamaloy in Don Carlos Bukidnon

    Nestled in the town of Don Carlos, Bukidnon is an inland water body called Lake Pinamaloy. It has an area of approximately 60 hectares and is surrounded by a lush greenery of grasses and trees.

    Don Carlos is a first class municipality located in the southern part of Bukidnon. It is about 61 kilometers away from the capital city of Malaybalay. Before World War II, the town is a vast pasture land with its forested areas being part of the cattle ranches of the affluent families of Elizalde, Guingona and Roces. In 1944, when the country gained its independence from the Americans, the Bukidnon L ...

  • Marawis great bounty for a real rafting adventure

    For the purist adventurers, the wild places often seemed to be more exotic and exciting than those grandiosely presented in the modern world of thrill and fun.

    And for the romantic environmentalists, the feelings evoked by the senses of taste, touch, sound and smell by the refreshing breath of the forest will always hold special significance.

    Politics, business interest, land struggle and the likes may have been the culprit behind the mysterious termination of the Mambuaya zipline's operation.

    Be that it may, the Oro zip's closure was such a big loss likened to the removal of an age-o ...