Top 7 Ziplines in the Philippines
1. Lake Sebu, South Cotabato
We start off our list with Seven Falls Zip Line. Located in South Cotabato, it boasts of being one of the tallest ziplines in Asia with a height of 180 meters and a length of 740 meters. As its name implies, this zipline offers visitors a view of the seven falls in Lake Sebu. The ride lasts for about one minute back and forth. Rate is at PhP250. Seven Falls Zip Line is open daily from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
2. Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City
Aside from being one of the popular running parks in Metro Manila, Quezon Memorial Circle (QMC) QMC also has a zip line tower just outside Circle of Fun. It spans 200 meters and takes visitors across the park. Rates are at PhP100 per person for a one-way ride and PhP150 per person for a two-way ride. The zip line is open daily from 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
3. La Mesa Eco Park, East Fairview; SM Mall of Asia Pasay City
La Mesa Eco Park is a 33-hectare ecological park which was once neglected park but was revived and reopened to the public. Today, visitors can enjoy many activities in the park, including ziplining at PhP100. The park is open from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily.
Another option for ziplining within Metro Manila is SM Mall of Asia. Rates are at PhP150 per person for a one-way ride. Customers also have the option to have a souvenir photo taken for PhP100. SM Mall of Asia is open from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM Monday to Friday and 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM Saturday to Sunday.
For ziplining in central Luzon, you can head to Tree Top Adventure Nature Park. Appropriately named Superman Ride, riders can experience how it feels to fly like a superhero as they are suspended horizontally rather than vertically.
The Superman Ride costs PhP200. It can also be made part of an outdoor adventure package with at least one other ride ranging from PhP500 to PhP1,000. Entrance fee is at PhP100 per person. Tree Top Adventure is open from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily.
Voter’s comment: “I think this is the highest and one of the longest zipline in the Philippines and you need try this extreme ride.” – Ken Alconcher
If you want to experience a ride at one of the longest ziplines in the world, you can travel solo to Bohol to check out the Sui-Slide Zipline at Danao Adventure Park. At 480 meters long and 200 meters high, it is both the highest and longest zipline in the Philippines. Riding the zipline gives visitors an astounding view of the Loboc River and the surrounding mountains. The ride lasts less than a minute, but you can expect those seconds to be the most exhilarating time of your life!
Zipline rate is at PhP350 and entrance fee is at PhP25. Danao Adventure Park is open from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily.
Coming shy of the top spot is Zip Zone at Dahilayan Adventure Park, where one of the longest zip lines in Asia can be found. The attraction has two 840-meter ziplines which gives riders a view of the lush forest around the park while they travel at 60 to 80 km per hour. There are also shorter training zip lines measuring 320 meters and 150 meters.
The 840-meter zipline ride costs PhP500 while the 320-meter and 150-meter zip line rides cost PhP250. Dahilayan Adventure Park is open from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily.