Kiokong Eco-Tourism Park

Brgy. San Jose

Whether you’re looking for a thrilling adventure or a casual hike with your family, the Kiokong Eco-tourism Park has something for you.

The park features the famed White Rock Wall, where extreme challenge seekers converge for the adventure of a lifetime. First bolted in 2001, the White Rock Wall is a 400-meter limestone wall with 200 possible routes, taking about 2 to 3 hours to ascend fully. Since 2018, wall climbers of all skill levels come together each summer to tackle the multi-pitch rock face.

Adventurers can also camp out in a vertical bivouac, nestled in a crevice 400 meters above the Pulangi River, blanketed by the stars above.

You can also trek with your friends and family towards the Blue Water Cave, an underground pool of crystal-clear water that drains into the Pulangi River.

Tourism Image - Blue Water Cave


Brgy. Poblacion

A name that has become synonymous with Quezon, locals and guests alike flock to the Lowan-Lowan Spring Resort to enjoy its pristine and cool waters. Easily accessible from the Bukidnon-Davao Highway, Lowan-Lowan now has function halls and other amenities that make excellent venues for weddings, birthdays, corporate celebrations, and seminars.


Brgy. Palacapao

Located in Barangay Palacapao, this hill-top heritage park provides a breath-taking view of Quezon, particularly the famous winding roads of Palacapao. Locals drive up with their cameras and picnic mats to have lunch in the area or watch the sunset from one of the view decks. Dappled with statues of the indigenous peoples of Bukidnon, this heritage park proudly showcases the rich culture and ancestry of the municipality.

Tourism Image - San Roque Falls