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Albay - Ziplining at Ligñon Hill, Legazpi City


Aside from the spectacular and majestic view of the Mayon Volcano that Ligñon Hill offers, there are various fun-filled and thrilling outdoor activities that can be done here. One is the zip line which I promised myself to do if I will be given the chance to visit Legazpi City again. I finally had the chance to ride Ligñon Hill's zip line on my 2nd visit to City last September 15, 2011. Regardless of the gloomy weather, I am just so excited and ready to try it out.


I believe that riding a Zip line is a test of one's bravery as you put your life in line by sliding through a cable wire. The park's zip line rises at 160 meters from the ground and around 360 meters long (combined). Back and forth ride costs PHP 200 which affords a stunning view of the Mayon Volcano. It is quite short compared to my previous zip line experiences in Tagaytay Ridge and at Dahilayan Adventure Park, but still it was a thrilling experience!



Adventure junkies will really have a time of their lives here as they slide down the cable with the spectacular view of the Mayon Volcano. Too bad, Mayon didn't showed up! Hehehe!


I highly recommend this for first-timers as it is a very easy ride compared to other zip lines in the country. It's an exhilarating experience! Believe me, you wouldn't know how enjoyable it is unless you try, right?




Note: The zip line fee of 200 pesos includes 1 printed photo from their official photographer. Extra photo is at 50 pesos each.


Tweet: @adventuristaako : I just did the 360m zipline in Ligñon Hill.. Wahhhaha!


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14 comments :

lakbay philippines said...

cool. i tried the zipline and the rappelling too. the zipline had a fantastic view of the mayon, but the rappelling was a disappointment. :)

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@lakbay philippines - wow! nice naman! I wanted to try the rapelling also but it's dangerous daw at that time since masyadong malakas ang ulan... thanks po! :)

empi said...

Hindi ko pa na-try ang mag zipline. Parang nakakalula. :D

dong ho said...

buti at meron na rin diyan sa lignon. dagdag activity pagkatapos umakyat.

lakwatsera de primera said...

We tried ziplining here at night when Mayon was having tantrums, it was a bit crowded because it was over the Christmas holidays and there were media men covering Mayon's eruption.

Aleah said...

I've run up to Lignon Hill a few years ago together with police recruits. There was no zipline yet. This must be a recent development.

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@empi - you should try it! it's a nice experience! :)

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@dong ho - yeah, it's an added attraction sa pag akyat ng ligñon hill... thanks Dom!

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@lakwatsera de primera - I've been to the city for 3 times already, ironically, never pa ako nag spend ng gabi dyan... hehehe!!! Thanks Claire!

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Aleah - may 1 year na cguro yan... i saw it na last year eh, pero last month ko lang cya na-try... hehehe! thanks Aleah...

P S E (Pinoy Sa Earth) said...

sama mo naman ako sa gala mo hehe... i love to travel din kasi... sa january may sinulog pupunta ka ba don? baka pwede makisama hehe parang takot ako mag-isa... nakakapag travel lang ako because of work related... just email me at pinoysaearth@gmail.com thanks po

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@P S E (Pinoy Sa Earth) - kaya mo yan! u just need to get out of your comfort zone... sorry po, pero di ako masyadong pumupunta ng mga festivals eh, dami kasi tao... :)

Anonymous said...

hi pano po magcommute dito galing manila

Pinoy Adventurista said...

just take a plane or a bus bound for Legaspi City...

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