Brenda Mage’s Hinaguan Nature Park located at Riverside Zone 2, Solana, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental is now officially open following its blessing and inauguration last August 8 with much improved facilities, paved pathways, a new fountain, new ornamental plants, new painting, artificial turf, a canteen and more solar lighting fixtures installed. Entrance Fee is ₱20 (daytime). Cottage rates range from ₱150 to ₱300 (A-House daytime) and ₱500 (A-House overnight). For bookings, reservations and inquiries, just contact 0985-323-9532.

Hinaguan Nature Park

GETTING THERE. The place is approximately one hour travel time from Cagayan de Oro City Proper. If you’re coming from the city, turn right after passing Solana Bridge in Jasaan. The landmark at the highway is the signage “THIS WAY TO SAGPULON FALLS.” About a kilometer from the highway is Laga Pool. Stop and park your vehicle (with minimal parking fee) in the vicinity then walk towards Hinaguan Nature Park (crossing the shallow river). There are also habal-habal at the highway junction as public transport. See map below.


Entrance Fee – ₱20 (day time); FREE entrance for overnight
A-House – ₱300 day time (8am-6pm)
A-House – ₱500 overnight (6pm-8am)
Cottage – ₱150
Tent Rental – ₱200
Own Tent – ₱100

  • FREE Entrance if you rent A-House (5 pax allowed); P20/pax in excess.
  • Use of CR – P5.00 (FREE if you have paid for Cottage and/or A-House).
  • NO SPEAKERS ALLOWED. Use of guitar is OK.
  • NO CORKAGE for food and drinks.
  • Guests can also order food at the canteen.
  • Guests should always look after their kids especially those under 10 years old for safety.

For bookings and reservations, just text to 0985-323-9532 and indicate following information:

Date: (Overnight/Daytime)
Rent: (A-house or Tent)

All reservations will count as RESERVED. Just inform ahead if you will not push thru with your booking.

Hinaguan is a place to relax, chill and bond with nature. Browse photos below during the blessing and inauguration last Tuesday, August 8.

photos by Brenda Mage

More aerial photos below by Katawa CDO Doodzkie.

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