You haven’t seen a tree until you’ve seen its shadow from the sky. ~Amelia Earhart
Blessed with a beautiful weather, scenic road going up to the Municipality of Lake Sebu situated at South Cotabato. A two hours ride from General Santos City.
Aside from 3 scenic natural lakes, this zipline was put up on top of 7 breathtaking waterfalls. It has a record and was hailed as the highest zipline with its 700 meters feet deep. It has two zip lines which normally hits the speeds of 100 to 120 kilometers per hour – Truly a thrilling adventure!
The first zip line from falls number 2 to falls number 5 which is 700meters high when based from the ground of the falls number 2 and 700 meters long in just around 38 seconds! A cool treat for adrenaline Junkies!
Falls number 2 is huge and wide at 31 meters or 100 feet high! One can see a rainbow on top formed from its mist. Exhilarating view – beautiful surroundings.
The 300 meters long second zip at 110 meters high which passes Falls number 5 to number 2 is just about 15 seconds with a scenic view of trees and of course the cascading waterfalls.
Usually the crew allows the guest to experience zip in tandem but you can fly solo from any position whether superman pose, sit or stand as well as fly backwards pose.
Normally, their per zip line ride limits the weight to about 170 kilogram – in solo or tandem.
The crew said that their oldest guest who tried to ride the is 87-years-old man while their youngest is a 1 year and 4 months old baby.
I have this information that this 3.4 million pesos government project was contracted by the Sacdalan group who owned the Camp Sabros Zip line ride at Kapatagan, Davao del Sur.
Entrance fee to this area is just 10 pesos while the zip line ride is 250 pesos.