Kapatagan is popular for a number of reasons. Aside from being considered as the vegetable basket in Davao Region, it’s also a doorway to reach the highest peak in the Philippines – Mt. Apo. Lots of tourists are flocking in and out of Mt. Apo most especially during summer (around March – May) via the Kapatagan Trail.
But here’s the thing, your visit to this place can still be worth-remembering, enjoyable even without climbing Mt. Apo; Kapatagan itself has a lot to offer for you to experience the gift of nature. A number of mountain resorts in the area can make your stay enjoyable and one them is Dhen Yho’s Place.
Located in Kinambulan, Brgy. Kapatagan, Digos City, Davao del Sur (27 km away from poblacion), Dhen Yho’s Place offers a perfect place for relaxation. It is carved on a hillside along the Kapatagan highway and just a few steps away from the main road (very accessible). It is ideal for those who want to unwind and have a break from the hustle and bustle of the urban living – whether you go there solo or with you loved ones.
What can Dhen Yho’s Place offer to their guests? Check out some of the photos below.
Check out rates on their pool, accommodations, foods, and others
How to get there:
From Digos City Proper, have a tricycle ride going to Brgy. Cogon. Just tell the driver to take you to the junction where there is a habal-habal terminal going to Kapatagan. Drivers in the area are familiar with the tourist attractions in Kapatagan, including Dhen Yho’s Place, so there should be no problem reaching the place.
Digos City Proper to Barangay Cogon (Kapatagan Junction) – 30 pesos
Barangay Cogon to Kapatagan – 100 pesos per person
Note: If you are riding alone to Kapatagan, the driver would ask you to pay for two – 200 pesos. If that is too expensive for you, then try to negotiate – there is no harm in negotiating, guys, come on! They usually agree at 150 pesos bargain. Or better yet, just wait for some minutes for another passenger to come to ride with you for you to pay just 100 pesos (just like what I did).
0917 689 5775
37 thoughts on “Have A Relaxing Weekend Getaway At Dhen Yho’s Place”
I am looking for a place for our association to celebrate our Christmas Party on Dec 20, 2017. We are about 50 pax. Do you have enough rooms for our accommodation? Can we bring our own food say lechon? Or can we bring isda for sugba sugba?
I am not affiliated with Dhen Yho’s Place… I was a visiting tourist also (local)… but to answer your question, I think they have enough space to cater to 50 people as they have several rooms available (not sure of the exact number – around 10 rooms), and they have function hall where you can stage your event. Please call them – try this number: 0917 689 5775 – to verify.
Thank you for this article. Balak ko din pumunta ng kapatagan next month.
You’re welcome, Bryan!
Hello may i ask if may bayad ba kapag magdala kami ng own foods and mga drinks?
Hello Lyca, pardon for the late reply… as far as I can remember, there is no corkage fee… however, you are not allowed to bring food inside their canteen. Please contact them to confirm as things might have changed since my visit.
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hi goodpm, mag.ask lang po kami kung pwede po ba magdala ng sariling foods and drinks sa mismong resort po. y
thanks. waiting for your prompt reaponse po
Yes, when I went there, we were allowed to bring food without corkage…but things might have changed now…so I would advice you to contact them to confirm…
hows the room?
When I visited there, I did not book for a room. 🙂
Thanks for the info sir. 😁
hi my name is vangie. I would like to find out about your accommodation, can you tell me what is the maximum people in your accommodation, how much per night charges? How many rooms are they?I am interested to stay overnight in your place but let me know first the charges per night. Also in your accommodation is there any ref, t.v & kitchen that we can cook inside? waiting your reply soon. Thank you very much. I
MeantToGo isn’t affiliated in any way to Dhen Yho’s Place; I was also a visitor…
As for the room, these were the rates during my visit:
1,500 per night (2 pax)
2,500 per night (4 pax)
3,000 per night (6 pax)
I am not sure on the availability of ref, tv, and kitchen inside their rooms for guests. However, they have cafeteria where you can have those needs addressed.
Please contact them to make sure.
Thanks for visiting MeantToGo. 🙂
Kailang pa po ng reservation for the room?
Kailangan pa po ba ng reservation for the room?
I think you can do walk-ins, but to make sure you get your place, please call them….
same lng po ba ang entrance fee kahit overnight?
25 sa gate, 100 sa pool?
I have not tried staying overnight… but I guess it’s the same…
Hello Rhay – How I wish I could help you on this…that’s the number they gave me…but it was almost a year ago… I would suggest that you search for tour agencies that offer Dhen Yho’s Place tour as they might have contact information… you might want to try contacting this one I found on FB: https://www.facebook.com/Dreys-Travel-and-Tour-406663446474877/
Do you have any other contact number from them since the phone number posted above cant be reached. Thanks for the reply.
Contact number pls.. the contact number posted cant be reached. Thank you!
Hello, apologies…don’t have their updated contact number…
Hi sir good evening ! Ask lang po sana kung kasali naba sa entrance na 100pesos ang cottage nila ? Like yung mga green tables po ? Thank you so much 😊
As far as I know, it’s a separate payment for cottages and tables… but I could be wrong because things might have changed now…but I would suggest that you prepare an amount for it…
Thanks for this blog. It encouraged me to visit the place on 04.17.18. Just a quick question, is there any other places in Digos you would suggest for a visit? Thanks!
Thanks for visiting my blog, Gee – you might also want to include Camp Sabros, Virgin Falls, and Aqua del Sol. I have not been to these places but I heard some good reviews about them… you might want to try them, should you have plenty of time… 🙂
Wow! Thanks Roy for the quick response and for the suggestion. I would take that into consideration. 🙂
Hi! Were you staying at Avenue One Hotel? How many minutes/hours does it take to get to Dhen Yo’s Place? Thanks!
It would take about an hour in a habal-habal (motorbike) ride… hope that helps 🙂
Good Morning po. Iw ould like to ask something. About the tables and chairs, how much is the rate?
And do they have a corkage? 😊
I think the tables and share costs around 100 pesos..but prices might have changed now. There is no corkage fee. If you have more questions, please follow MeantToGo on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/meanttogo/
For 2 packs..my vacant rooms po bang vacant?we’re staying for only an hrs .mga 4pm kmi ngcheck out at mgchecheckin ng 9am..possible po ba?any low roomrates?
For 2 packs..my vacant rooms po bang vacant?we’re staying for only an hrs .mga 4pm kmi ngcheck out at mgchecheckin ng 9am..possible po ba?any low roomrates? Para po bukas
Hi, apologies for the late reply..my response would have been more prompt had this message was sent via my social media channel – Facebook.. Anyway, I could not answer your question as I was also a visiting tourist… I found out also that the contact information given to me was no longer reachable.. anyhow, I hope you were able to get there and had a good time.
Thanks. – meanttogo
Ok po ba yung room nila? Ano po amenities ng room nila for two?
Actually, I was not able to check their rooms since I went there only as a day tour. Please contact them for your queries.