Friday, September 10, 2010

What's up Philippines?

There has been much hullabaloo about the hostage crisis,  I wasn't around to see the live stream, so it might not have struck me as much as it did to others, I was off to some place more peaceful.  Nevertheless, it was shameful and it definitely put a slump on Philippines' tourism.

Anyway, what's up Philippines?  Aside from the soaring index of the stock market (I have yet to sell my stocks, is it time?)  I'm getting feeds from facebook and here on google, about the ziplines hanging up around the Philippines.  Is this a craze?  If it is, I am so out!  I haven't tried one in my entire life, and that's so sad.  My cousins are coming over two weeks from now and they are bugging me to go on one, why not!?

Here in Cebu, there has been two (or three?) already:
  • K33 Green Adventure - located 33kms from the city, on east of the Cebu Transcentral Highway. K33 claimed to be the longest zipline in Cebu with a 300 meter and 220 meter zipline pegged at P200/zipline.  They can be reached through Barry at +639209272449 | (032) 5112158
    or | Address: Ga-as, Balamban, Cebu, Philippines
  • Gaas Eco-Adventure Park Inc. - resto-adventure cafe with a shorter zipline at P100-P150 and offers other activities like rappeling and spelunking.  Contact: Nigel +639209474460 +639228237138
Around the Philippines, these are a few that I've come across lately:
Take me high up and fast around the Philippines.  Your feedback on any of these (and other) facilities would be greatly appreciated.

1 comment:

nina said...

I want to try Lake Sebu's zip line!

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