Baguio's Tree Top Adventures

Since 2014, I have made it a point to try out rides and things that would normally scare the living daylights out of me. When I learned that I was being given the chance to feature Tree Top Adventures on my blog and try the rides for free, I was ecstatic.




The first thing that's done when you get there is a briefing. They will inform you of the rules and the do's and don'ts when trying out the different rides at the Tree Top Adventure.

I was supposed to try the Tree Drop Adventure but apparently, my hips were too wide for the harness. It fit but it fit too well. I hope they have a bigger harness in the future for plus size people. In my place, it was the daughter of a friend who tried it. You can view the video here

After the Tree Drop Adventure, the next stop was the Canopy ride. It was quite a relaxing ride as long as you don't look down and see the forest where you could drop. There were 3 stops for this so by the third one, you're actually pretty relaxed already. Each stop takes about 2 minutes and since you're seating comfortably while hanging from a rope, you get to have a full view of everything.




Canopy Ride
After the canopy ride, it was time for Silver Surfer. Silver Surfer in my own words is the Anchors Away on foot. To understand, watch this.

It was the scariest ride of my life. Dangling on air with just a small piece of metal protecting me from possibly breaking bones was not fun for someone like me. For daredevils like my siblings though, they will definitely love it. I actually fainted after this experience. It was that scary for me.

They also have the Superman Zipline which I was not able to do anymore because of what happened to me after. I felt sad because I really wanted to try this zipline since I have done more than 3 ziplines and felt that this was something I could actually do.

Superman Zipline - photo grabbed from the net
Overall, I loved Tree Top Adventure and I can't wait to bring my family there and have my siblings try the rides.

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1 comments:

  1. Thanks ms. Kathy Kenny for taking my daughter's tree drop.

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