And the adventure is not only limited to the big ones but to the little one as well.
Lake Sebu is an almost 2-hour ride away from GENERAL SANTOS CITY.
It is one of the treasures of South Cotabato which i do hope would be given more attention to by its government.
The main reason of going to Lake Sebu is their famous Ziplining Adventure located at the 7Falls which HAYLEY tried fearlessly!
A zip-line (also known as a flying pooo, foefie slide, zip wire, aerial runway, aerial ropeslide, death slide or tyrolean crossing) consists of a pulleycable mounted on an incline. It is designed to enable a user propelled by gravity to traverse from the top to the bottom of the inclined cable, usually made of stainless steel, by holding on or attaching to the freely moving pulley. -WIKIPEDIA-
We did not forced HAYLEY to go ziplining.
Doing it was not against her will.
She was even the most excited to try the thing.
To do Zipline in Lake Sebu will cost you Php250.00 for two rides. First one is the 750-meter long ride and the 350 or so meters for the second ride.
What is nice with ziplining in Lake Sebu is that you are not only paying for the adventure but for the majestic view of the nature as well.
On you first trip you'll get the chance to see two wonderful falls and the natural lushness of Mother Nature. The view is totally breathtaking that you'll forget your suspended high above the ground.
For the second trip, you'll be expecting to see yet another Falls once you finished your ride.
If you wish to try this one out, i do suggest that you make reservation from the Provincial Management Office of South Cotabato for they are the one managing the park. Or you may also go there without any reservations, but expect that you will be waiting in a long line specially on weekends, holidays and summer.
Here's a video of Hayley's adventure.