Polomolok, South Cotabato, home to the majestic Mt. Matutum. Haven’t climbed it yet but sure will do. It’s in my bucketlist. 😉
Not even in my wildest imagination have I thought of having to stay here. Everything’s surreal. What I knew of this place is also the vast land of pineapple plantation. This is not the first time though that I have lived far from my hometown. This is my nth. Lol!
A few weekends ago, I, together with Yankee and Kim C., my Pol friends unravelled what this beautiful place offers. It was one drizzling Saturday afternoon and we rode on Yankee’s motor as our transpo.
First stop.. Jeff’s ridge..
The entrance fee is around P 35.
Kim and I tried their mini-zipline. Well i prefer calling it mini Indiana Zones. The ride costs P 20 per person.
Our next stop: Primitiva Park. Ohooo before we got into that place, we got lost. And Kim wanted to go back to that place where we got lost. But before anything elseeeeeee, here’s what we got..
Kim got muddy feet and slip-ons. We needed to unload on Yankee’s unit. The area was muddy and we were too heavy. :-p
And sooo finally we reached our beloved destination! Primitiva Park!
And the breathtaking view..
It was all worth it! So beautiful. Very relaxing!
Going back to what I have mentioned earlier on what Kim wanted to see after Primitiva Park..
Another breathtaking view. The glorious Mt. Matutum over there! ❤❤❤
On our way home, I asked my adventure buddies that we stop over at one of the pineapple plantations.
At one of the nth areas of the pineapple plantation here in Polomolok. 🙂
Polomolok is such a wonderful place. We are still going to discover more of it. Stay tuned! 😉
**Special thanks to Roel Ian Blanker and Kim Coronado for the company. More to come! Cheers! 🍻**