A regulated and responsible ecotourism activity is allowed in the park per PAMB Resolution No. 001, Series of 1994. It limits the number of park visitors for Mts. Dulangdulang, Kitanglad, Maagnaw, and other peaks within the Kitanglad range to only 15 persons in a given time and place and a maximum of two (2) days and one (1) night stay.
Daily flights from Manila/Cebu-Laguindingan International Airport are available. The latter, which is located Forty-six kilometers away from Cagayan de Oro (CDO) City, taxi put the airport is available in going to CDO Agora Terminal. From there, Bukidnon routes through Public Utility Buses bound for Wao, Damulog, Kadingilan, Tacurong, Valencia City and even route to Davao are available 24 hours. These entire routes will pass-by through Malaybalay City Terminal.
Meanwhile, those who are coming from the southern part such as Davao and General Santos City, PUB's daily routes from Davao to Cagayan de Oro City (passing through Malaybalay City terminal) that takes almost 4-5 hours are available within 24-hour services.
From Malaybalay City Terminal, a tricycle (locally called motorela) is available to transport the visitor to the Office of Mt. Kitanglad located in the DENR-PENRO compound. The Office is also a 5-minute walking distance from Malaybalay City terminal passing through the San Victores Street/Capitol drive route. A Mt. Kitanglad office signboard strategically installed along the road (in front of PAGASA Office) is visible., which also serves as a landmark.
Request for Visitor's Permit must be filed ten days prior to actual date of visit/entry. Booking may be done either through e-mail, telephone call, or personal visit.
|Particulars||Mt. Kitanglad||Mt. Dulang-Dulang|
|Foreign Nationals||US$ 15/person or peso equivalent/ P525.00||US$15/person or peso equivalent P525|
|Particulars||Cinchona Forest Reserve|
|Foreign Nationals||US$ 15/person or peso equivalent/ P525.00|