Who’s up for some adventure? Prepare to face your fears and conquer the highest and longest zipline in the Philippines. Everest Zipline is situated at Don Salvador Benedicto, Negros Occidental which is regarded as one of the coolest places in the country. It takes about an hour from Bacolod City to get there. The place was built by the group who ventured into the Mt. Everest Expedition Team which is where the zipline got its name from. The zipline is suspended at about 1000 feet above the ground and the one way route extends for one kilometer.
At first I was really scared. I mean who wouldn’t? But you know you just have to be tough enough and do what you’ve always wanted to do which is to live young, wild and free. This place will make you forget all your worries.
Before ziplining, safety first
You can go back to the venue and just enjoy the view while having coffee at their restaurant.
- Private car
- Ceres Bus from Bacolod South Terminal to San Carlos: Everest Zipline is located along the highway, just tell the conductor to drop you off at the entrance. You need to walk about 100 meters to get to the area.
Address: Igmayaan Proper to Purok Tuburan, Don Salvador Benedicto
located after the lion monument and just before you make a turn for the epic view of pine trees
+63 915 475 6113
- If you’re underweight, you have to have a partner. If you don’t have and still go through with it, you might get stranded in the middle. It’s your call.
- If you’ll use monopods, make sure to have a leash to make you camera secured. For those using gopros, if you have mounts for the helmet, you can bring them to get better shots since the place doesn’t have one.
- If you wish to have lunch there, you can but you have to call beforehand and make reservations.
150 – Bus
400 – Zipline
250 – Lunch