Seven Falls Zipline
Lake Sebu, South Cotabato
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On my last trip to Lake Sebu, I wasn't able to try out the zipline but thankfully it was part of the itinerary on my recent trip.
At 200meters high, the ride doesn't seem so bad. In fact, I'd like to think I'm quite fond of ziplines. But when I was the next in line to try the ride, alone for that matter, I was suddenly very afraid. The first leg of the zipline is a 740meter long ride above mountains and forests. The second a shorter 240meter leg.
I actually asked them to remove my glasses in case it fell off, also owing to the fact that I imagined I wouldn't be as scared if my vision was blurry.
The first drop was frightening! I screamed (in both fear and excitement) through most of it as I was watching the scene below me pass by. On the second one, I was much calmer and tried to appreciate what views I could see without my glasses.
It is said, if you look closely enough, you can see four of the seven falls along your ride. Hikong Bente (the 2nd falls) can be seen from above while riding the second leg.
I'd say the cost - P300 on weekends and P250 on weekdays, is such a steal, especially for the amazing views you get. i definitely want to come back, and get better photos of me taken, and with my glasses on.
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It was so fun! Best to bring your action cam to record the duration of your ride.
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