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Seven Falls Zipline in Lake Sebu.. I Survived!

Yes! I survived the highest zip in the country (200 meters from the ground and 300 meters above sea level), the Seven Falls Zipline in Lake Sebu, South Cotabato.
I still can't believe it, I conquered my fear of heights for few seconds and I must say thank you to balikbayan friends Lyn Jamero and Ed Schmetz. 

I've been blogging about Lake Sebu, its falls and the Seven Falls Zipline but have not tried it myself until they invited me to come with them in their latest visit. It was Lyn's first try and Kuya Ed's second ride at excited kami pare-pareho..

At first I was silly that I screamed at the top of my lungs, good thing I remembered I'm holding a camera with me so then I started taking pictures below then eventually the fear gone. The view while riding the Seven Falls Zipline  was exhilarating. 


The first zipline from falls number 2 to falls number 5 is 740 meters long .. naging si superman ako in just around 38 seconds!
Falls number 3, 4 and 5
Falls number 2
The second zipline which is 420 meters long and 180 meters high passing falls number 5 to number 2 is just about 15 seconds .

My first Seven Falls Zipline experience in Lake Sebu was heart-pumping, but I survived and had much of fun, a must-try for everybody. Come and visit Lake Sebu in South Cotabato!

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