Most Thrilling Ziplines in the Philippine


Nothing beats the adrenaline rush of ziplining and feeling the wind whipping your hair as you fly over thick forests or soar over sandy beaches. When you're craving for a zipline adventure, there are plenty of options to choose from in the Philippines. You can also choose how you want to zipline: you can sit, do the superman pose or fly backwards. Get ready to scream your heart out as you experience an exhilarating mix of adrenaline, speed and nature. Test your nerves by zooming at high speed across an aerial zip line! Here are 7 of the most thrilling ziplines in the Philippines:

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Seven Falls Zipline -Starting Point

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Koronadal, Philippines • Recommendation • 

1. Lake Sebu Seven Falls Zipline, South Cotabato Combine a real rush of adrenaline with a spectacular panoramic view of the breathtaking waterfalls and scenic lakes (Don't forget to count them as you zip along!) Imagine hitting extreme speeds of 100 to 120 kilometers per hour while you are 200 meters above the ground. If you're lucky enough, you might even witness a rainbow in one of the cascading waterfalls. Located on the southwestern tip of South Cotabato, this zipline in Lake Sebu is the highest in the country.

  • +65 8281 1761
  • Barangay Lake Lahit, Lake Sebu, Timog Cotabato, Philippines

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El Nido

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Puerto Princesa, Philippines • Recommendation • 

2. El Nido Zipline El Nido, located on the northernmost tip of Palawan, is best known for its powdery sand beaches. If you want to do something more than sunbathe in its glorious beaches, you can ride the 750-meter long zipline located in Maremegmeg Beach, also known as Las Cabañas Beach. You will need to do a 10-minute uphill hike to reach the starting point but the payoff will be worth it. The zipline provides a breathtaking view of the ocean until you reach the nearby Depeldet Island. You will appreciate the view of golden sands reaching out into crytalline turquoise waters, making this one of the most scenic ziplines in the country.

  • Palawan, Philippines

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Biaringan Island

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San Jose, Philippines • Recommendation • 

3. Biaringan Inter-Island Zipline, Romblon How would you like to try an inter-island zipline in the Philippines? Then head to Biaringan Island which is located at the north part of Tablas, Romblon. Thrill seekers will launch themselves from the jump-off point in Tablas Island. You will then get to ride the famous 750-meter long zipline connecting Brgy. Long Beach, San Agustin and Biaringan Island. Treat yourself to an awe-inspiring view of the turquoise water as you pass by interesting rock formations on the island. What's even more thrilling is the fact that you can zipline your way back, which means double the excitement for you!

  • Biaringan Island, San Agustin, Philippines

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Chocolate Hills Adventure Park

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Baclayon, Philippines • Recommendation • 

4. Chocolate Hills Zipline, Bohol Get your heart pounding in these two unique ziplines in Bohol where you can zipline while riding a bike or a surfboard! When you visit the Chocolate Hills, check out these attractions: the Bike Zipline and the Wave Runner Surf Zipline. Unleash the daredevil in you by riding a bicycle on a trapeze wire that is suspended 150 feet above the air. As you pedal away on the 550-meter long trapeze wire, you will be treated to a picturesque 360-degree view of the Chocolate Hills. You can rest assured that you and your bike are securely fastened with state-of-the-art safety equipment. Try out the Wave Runner Surf Zipline that is touted as the first and only surfing zipline in Asia and perhaps the world. Experience balancing yourself on a surfboard that is hovering 230-feet above the ground while wearing a colorful Hawaiian shirt and lei. Take the perfect photo of you surfing above the verdant Chocolate Hills.

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Ligñon Hill Nature Park

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Legaspi, Philippines • Recommendation • 

5. Ligñon Hill Nature Park, Legazpi City, Albay Ligñon Hill Nature Park offers an elevated lookout that gives a panoramic 360-degree view of Mayon Volcano. Get another perspective of the majestic volcano by riding the 320-meter zipline. Soar through the air while enjoying a great view of the perfectly shaped summit of Mayon Volcano. If you're craving for even more adventures, try rappelling at the Ligñon Hill Nature Park or visit the hanging bridge for picture-perfect views.

  • +63 52 821 2023
  • 4500 Daraga - Legazpi City - Tiwi Rd, Legazpi City, 4500 Albay, Philippines

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Sablayan Zipline Adventure Camp

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San Jose, Philippines • Recommendation • 

6. Sablayan Zipline Adventure, Occidental Mindoro Boasting of a total cable length of 1.7 kilometers, the Sablayan Zipline in Occidental Mindoro is considered the longest island-to-island zipline in the world. It is also considered the first inter-island zip line with a motorized pulley in Asia. Your adventure begins at the top of the hill at Presing Park (also called Parola Park). You will take off from the main zipline tower that is seven stories high. You will zoom above a spectacular vista of crystalline clear water until you land on South Pandan Island (also known as Pandan Pequeno Island). Island hopping has never been this thrilling!

  • +63 2 8821 1875
  • Sablayan 5104, Sablayan, 5104 Occidental Mindoro, Philippines

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Dahilayan Adventure Park

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Cagayan de Oro, Philippines • Recommendation • 

7. Dahilayan Adventure Park Zipline, Bukidnon Blast through the canopy of Bukidnon's lush forests on this high-flying zipline adventure. Glide on Asia’s Longest Dual-Zipline which is located at the Dahilayan Adventure Park in Bukidnon. Experience an exhilarating ride on the longest zipline in the Philippines, which has a length of 840 meters and can reach a speed of up to 90 kilometers per hour. Its strategic location at the foot of the Kitanglad Mountain Range allows you to soar above beautiful canopy treetops. Make sure to include this bucket-list item when you are visiting Bukidnon.

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