HAVE any plans this weekend? Here’s something fun and adventurous you and the kids can do: go to an adventure park! There are a few to choose from that’s just outside Metro Manila, perfect for a day trip or an overnight mini-vacation.


Tree Top Adventure Park, live with nature for a day!

Enjoy a reprieve from the buzzing about of the city and set out toward nature at Tree Top Adventure. Set amidst a beautiful surrounding of tall trees and untamed life, the entire family can begin a simple Trekking Adventure. Ride when you get the chance to move through trees 100 feet over the ground or the Silver Surfer where you can “surf” the treetops with an amigo and some more. Children matured 7 or more are permitted on moderately paced rides, and children matured 10 or more can go on the quicker paced rides.

Treetop Adventure
Where: Subic, Zambales
Entrance fee: P100


Camp Explorer on the edge of the beach

is primarily a campsite that offers planned programs for the young and old.  But, it also has attractions and activities for those looking for a quick getaway. They have a hiking trail and biking trails. For big kids and adults, they have an obstacle course and rope course. And if you’re looking to extend your stay, you can pitch a tent or opt to sleep in one of their cozy cottages and cabins. Wake up to the lush scenery and enjoy the rest of what they have to offer like a bonfire, a pool, a spa and a game room for the kids.

Camp Explore
Where: Mount Purro Nature Camp, Antipolo, Rizal
For inquiries on fees and bookings, check their website


Camp Nuvali Laguna a variety of activities to enjoy

There’s already loads to do in Nuvali (outdoor activities, bird watching, fish-feeding, shopping, and dining) and the recently opened Camp N gives you even more reasons to go. Camp N has more than 10 activities and courses to get through ranging from beginner to intermediates like zip lines, aerial walks, wall climbs, obstacle courses and more. Little ones, on the other hand, can enjoy Camp N’s Strider play areas, biking trails, camping grounds and organic farm.

Camp N
Where: Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
Entrance fee: P80


Zip Line at Pugo Adventures

It’s a long drive to Pugo Adventure, but then there is an abundance of things to do once you’re there. Some attractions and activities the whole family may want to try: six kinds of zip lines, the Giant Swing, and rappelling. For those not afraid to get wet, they also rent paddle boats, kayaks, bumper balls and zorb balls. Too tired to head home? They also have accommodations available that can get you free entrance to their pool facilities and a complimentary breakfast.

Pugo Adventure
Where: Pugo, La Union
Entrance fee: Adults at P200; Kids at P150


The Caliraya Resort Club is situated in Lake Caliraya in Cavinti

Caliraya has all that you could be searching for in an exciting, fun-filled day trip. They have zip lines, skybikes, divider climbing walls, rappelling, kayaks, zorb balls and the sky is the limit from there. In any case, what they have that others don’t is a Super Slide! It’s a 550-foot kid-accommodating water slide that keeps running along the ground. You can begin little with their Slip N’ Slide as well.

Grown-ups searching for a greater amount of an adrenaline surge can attempt the Slide and Fly which is precisely what it sounds like. The energy from going down the enormous slide and the skyward slope toward the end will make them take off through the air! At the point when all your vitality’s depleted away, consider going enjoying a horseback riding adventure or just unwinding around a blaze.

Where: Lumban, Laguna

Entrance fee: Daytour package of P2,200 (includes a buffet lunch, access to swimming facilities and three attractions, and ferry transfer)

For something different and amazingly exhilarating try Masungi Georeserve, you will be glad you did!


Trekking in Masungi Georeserve Rizal, Philippines

If you’re coming from Manila, driving to Masungi on a weekend morning will be incredibly convenient. The area is easily accessible via Marcos Highway, and with no traffic, will take around an hour to an hour and a half. Reservations must be made in advance – in some cases, months, due to Masungi’s growing popularity. The site is limited to 4 groups per day, in order to preserve the area and to better control foot traffic.

Visits are by reservation only and walk-ins are not allowed.

Groups of 7-10 persons.
Rate of P1,500 per person

NOTE; Prices correct at time of printing, changes may occur without prior notice

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