January 07, 2018

Seven Falls Zipline in South Cotabato

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  • Imagine seeing a vast waterfall and its surroundings in just a minute. Does it sound incredible or horrible for you? In Barangay Lake Lahit, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, lies a zipline for adrenaline junkies who are in a rush and ready for the adventure of their life.

    Image source: Youtube (michaelventuretrail)

    The Seven Falls Zipline is one of the tallest ziplines in Asia, with around 180 meters above ground and extends to 740 meters. Visitors should prepare themselves as this isn’t for the fainthearted. With just a few blinks of the eye, you’ll be taking a trip in a bird’s eye view.

    Image source: www.southcotabato.gov.ph

    Feast your eyes for a breathtaking view of the lush forest, and high waterfalls. Dangle and slide 20 meters per second as you reach mountains and mountains through the zipline– or, if you’re feeling brave, take pictures and videos to capture the moment.

    Image source: www.southcotabato.gov.ph

    Hikong Alu is the first of the seven waterfalls, as its meaning is “passage” it stands at 11 meters and can be a spot to stop and cool down. Fly like Superman, when the zipline starts and reaches the end. At the end of the second fall, there are some souvenir shops that tourist can visit. Don’t forget to take pictures!

    DETAILS:
    Price: Weekdays Php 250, Weekends and Holidays Php 300
    Address: Barangay Lake Lahit, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato
    Operating Hours: 7 am to 5 pm

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