Staying true to its name---Ten Cents To Heaven is not just a destination for a romantic retreat but also for Adventure.
I was lucky to be in the place a few weeks ago and tried the zipline myself.I think I mentioned before that I am no fan of ziplines but I guess I now have a new addition to the activities that I wanna do.The Philippines is zipline crazy and it's great that my first 'real' zipline experience was at Ten Cents To Heaven.
Not to be scared though,one cannot take the zipline at Ten Cents To Heaven unless technical staff members are around.They will tuck and secure you with not just one but two straps.And I noticed that there are two cables for each line too.(Or is it true to all ziplines!?haha)That made me more confident.
The zipline actually has two segments,the first one crosses one hill to the other side.From there,you will transfer to another segment which is around 60-70% the length of the first segment.The rest,you have to hike up.The 2nd segment was still due to completion during our visit so we had to be transported by a shuttle back to the resort.And that's when I realized na ang layo nga!
That was quite a ride!
Other than the Longest Zipline in Luzon,one can also avail of the Jungle Base 4x4 Adventure of Sierra Madre.This land rover ride crisscrossing the mountainous terrain of the Tanay side of Sierra Madre beats the trail in Mount Pinatubo.
I will tell you about it in my next post.stay tuned!
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