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Camp Sabros: Tree Rappelling - The Latest and Most Raved About Experience in Camp Sabros

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The latest addition to the zip line adventure in Camp Sabros is the 80ft. Tree Rappelling. Most of the people I met who tried it, raved about it more than the longest zip line ride.

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At the time that we did this, the attraction was only 2 weeks old. First you have to zip seated on your harness to the _________ tree.

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The adventure is to rappel down the swaying 80-feet high tree via the Freefall Rapelling technique.

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It looks so easy from this photo of Rache rappelling midway down the tree with no hands on the rope.

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To go down, you grip a rappel device by your right hand which releases the rope steadily while your left hand guides the rope behind your waist.

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Then you are hoisted back up with a machine. This is the scarier part of the adventure because at one point, you would feel as if the rope was cut loose.

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A sigh of relief once you are back up in the tree.

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Animo La Salle sign while wearing a blue shirt amidst a green pine tree background.

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Finally, zipping back to the cable car ride....

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As we walk to the cable car, we reflected on how awesome the adventure was at Camp Sabros ( which stands for SAcdalan BROtherS ).

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This was the final cable car ride back to our normal reality.

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On the way back, you get to appreciate the entire Mt. Apo view and the view of the trees below.

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The best part of being the last person to do the rappel for the day is you get a chance to ride back with Edwin Sacdalan -- the maverick behind Camp Sabros.

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Once Aidan saw us walking back, he started to run to meet and give us a warm celebration hug.

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You guys are so very cool!

wow, looks so much fun :) i have yet to try the reverse bungee here. yikes :)

Hello Sir,

Thanks for sharing...Me and my husband together w/ some friends will try the zip line this coming Dec7. May I know their address? Do we need a reservation or just walk-in? Do you know how much is the rate for van/fx rental from davao city to Camp Sambros?

Thank you,
Chie

Sounds like a ton of fun! How much does it cost?

Where is this place located? May I have the contact number so that we can

also experience the fun.

wonderfull i would like to experience that kind of rapelling...nextmnth ill be there! see yah!

of i forgot it..by the way pls send me a contact number and your email add as well so that we can schedule or booking in your office.thanks a lot and more power! pls send it through my email add thanks.

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