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Bukidnon - I Survived the Asia's Longest Dual Zipline at Dahilayan Adventure Park


Dahilayan Adventure Park is at 4,700 feet above sea level and is located in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon. Just about 40 kilometers away from Cagayan de Oro city proper, you'll get to fly like Superman and experience the Asia's Longest Dual Zipline.


When I arrived at the park, I quickly went to the cashier to get a zipline package. A great deal of 600 PHP for the combination of all three ziplines (320m + 150m + 840m) is what I availed.


There’s a big group ahead of me so I have to wait in line to take my turn. I waited at the gazebo, spent time enjoying the awesome breeze and the surrounding views at the park and took photos around. I adore the place as it reminds me of Baguio. The pine trees and the cool breeze of the air is truly an added treat!








When my turn came, the staff put on the helmet and harness, and I’m off to go! Yahoo!!! The 320m and 150m ziplines were done on a sitting position. It's thrilling and so much fun! However, it was actually just a preparation for the next “big” thing. Just to "warm you up"! Hahaha!!!




Tweet : Just finished the 320M and 150M ziplines here at Dahilayan Adventure Park Bukidnon..next is the 840M zipline..wahhhh!

The main attraction of the park is the 840m zipline for it is known as the Asia’s longest dual zipline. Together with the other group, we took the park’s shuttle that brought us to a launch tower at 4,500 feet ASL. It will be the starting point of the 840m zipline.



I was nervous while being instructed by the staff on what to do. They told me that I could put my arms on my sides if I want to increase the speed and I could spread my arms wide with palms against the direction of the air if I want to slow down.


And then the crew hung me, opened the gate and prepared to let me go. Wahhhhh!!! It was scary at first knowing that I’m alone up there in the air. Hahaha!


I felt my heart throbbing madly against my chest. I shouted and screamed on top of my lungs to comfort myself. I kept my eyes wide open to enjoy the lovely scenery. All the pine trees and the picturesque landscape below me is truly breathtaking. I could feel the adrenaline rushing to my body and the soothing cool breeze of the air is blowing hard against my face.



I must admit, it was scary but definitely so much fun! I enjoyed the ride and felt very proud to have survived it! I know you can also do it! And I bet you'll also have a great time!


The park also has a hotel, the Pine Grove Mountain Lodge. So if you want to stay for a night in a ski chalet inspired Manor, try their rooms and enjoy a 180-degrees view of the Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park.


Location: Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon Philippines
Hours: Mon - Sun: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Contact Numbers: (088) 856-2102 local 403 / 09228801319

Click here to know how to get to the park.


Photos and certificate are also available for 100 PHP.

Tweet : I survived all the ziplines in Dahilayan Adventure Park!!!



This is part of my Solo Northern Mindanao Adventure that happened last August 6-8, 2011. Bukidnon is the 33rd province on my list and this Northern Mindanao adventure is my 7th solo trip.
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22 comments :

Josiah said...

Coooool!!! I've always wanted to try their zipline. Thanks for the details Mervz! :)

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Josiah - welcome Josiah... salamat... :)

Gladys | ByahengBarok.com said...

inggit!!! my son and i tried the xcelerator in davao, we should try this one, too! :)

Nicole said...

sarap no! :D Sana merong ganyan sa Manila! Hhehe! Sarap ulit-ulitin kaso ang layo!

fedhz said...

gandaaaah! sana makaya ko hahaha! practice muna ako sa ecopark. maiksi lang daw dun eh hehehe

dong ho said...

i like the idea of flying (a bit) over pine trees. ganda pa ng lugar.

Vt1 said...

ang sarap nman d2 tlagang longest zipline dito rin ata nag shoot sina sam at kc... ok sir trip mo..


-http://palakanton.blogspot.com/2011/09/laruan-tansan.html-

empi said...

di ko pa na-try ang zipline... parang nakakatakot. hehe

Ed said...

longest zip line? wow!!!! galing nito mervz! ayos! and the pine trees sa last picture. galing. :D

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Gladys | ByahengBarok.com - we missed that in Davao... :)

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Nicole - sa MOA meron kaso maikli lang... sa may QC meron na din... pero di pa ko nakapunta... hehehe!

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@fedhz - you can do it! sa umpisa lang nakakatakot... hehehe!

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Biboy Ordinario - wow! hope to read your story about it...

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@dong ho - yeah, pine trees talaga yung makikita mo sa baba... hehehe!

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Vt1 - yup, sabi nga, e2 nga yung sa movie nila...

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@empi - kaya mo yan Empi! go go go! :)

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Ed - yeah, @840m, woohoo!!! thanks Ed! :)

joelmag said...

wow! Awesome experience indeed. Hmmn, never had a chance ziplining in Bukidnon though it's near here in Davao (I just tried at Camp Sabros 2nd longest, & @ Lake Sebu, the highest in terms of altitude) . I really love the thrill of crossing the two hills with that cable. :-)

Mitch said...

That was awesome exp..I went thru that feeling when I tried my first ever zipline in Tagaytay. eh what more if I'll try this longest one! Katuwa!

lakwatsera de primera said...

Ang galing mo Mervs,ang sarap ulit-ulitin di ba :)

Unknown said...

hi ask ko lng po, ano pang magandang place ang puede ding puntahan n malapit lng s dahilayan park, thanks

Anonymous said...

kung mag isa ka lang pumunta sa resort at mag zipline ka, may pwede ba mapag iwanan ng gamit tulad ng bag, atbp...

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