During our country-side tour, we came across the Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park before heading to the Loboc River Cruise station. If you were able to overcome your fear of heights in the Tigbao Hanging Bridge (based on the previous post), you can try moving to greater heights (literally) by taking the challenge that this adventure park offers.
Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park Rides
They offer zipline and cable car rides with exhilarating heights of 120 and 100 meters respectively. This will let you take a good look at Loboc’s wonderful mountainous slope while enjoying the ride. Have a great time viewing Loboc’s lush green trees together its ravishing clean river.
Since we’re a couple, it would have been nice if we got the chance to ride their cable car and take better pictures of Loboc’s landscape, but unfortunately, our time was too short to try one.
If you started early in your day tour and have the time to enjoy the rides, try checking out their rates below.
Zipline – PhP 350/pax
Cable Car – Php 250/pax
All Ride (Zipline + Cable car) – Php 550/pax
Combo ride (One-way Zipline + One-way Cable car) – Php 350/pax
Open from 8:30 A.M. – 5:30 P.M.