Paradizoo: Paradise in the South

The annual event of Zoomanity Group (Yupangco Group of Companies) at Mendez, Cavite is always the event to attend to yearly. Not just you will see an improvement every year for more flowers, vegetables, animals & facilities but an improvement for activities and parade of animals.

The Paradizoo “Power of Three” event is an annual event to showcase the beautiful array of different kinds of flowers, different breed of farm animals & different kinds of vegetables.

For this year from January 10, 2015 to March 31, 2015, different programs and activities will be showcased and as follows;

January 10- Sneak preview/ Neighbors Day/Teachers Day/Government Officials Day with pigeon racing from Residence Inn Tagaytay to Paradizoo in Mendez Cavite.

January 17- Opening and the Flower festival week that includes also the ribbon cutting with Zoomanity Group CEO Robert Yupangco.

January 24- Opening of Bonsai at Eclectic Garden & Seminar with Zoomanity Group Consultant for Bonsai, Atish who is from Bangladesh.

February 7- Livestock Festival Week with a speaker from UPLB.

February 28- Vegetable festival week with Mr. Zonito Tamase and Mr. Conrado Hernandez to talk about the “Power of Malunggay” and ” Basic Lettuce Growing & Hydroponics.”

March 14- Amazing Animal Parade with Joy Baleteza to talk about “Organic Cacao Farming.”

March 21, March 28 and March 31- Zoomanity Group will launch their new products with Mr. Ed Ilanda to talk about the Presidential Bamboo Foundation.



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 AITE School Building

Business venture turned philanthropic crusade to help, educate the poor

Helping people, the less fortunate, is natural for Filipinos, particularly those who have achieved their success from humble beginnings. Nilo S. Gret, a former Bank Executive and native of Tiaong, Quezon province, is one of those Filipinos. He pioneered the first technical school in Tiaong, Quezon, where it is helping local students pursue paying careers with TESDA backed certified training.

It started in 2008, when Nilowas approached during a social gathering by a closed business colleague from Tiaong, Quezon, who openly suggested to him the opportunity to be part of running this technical training school based in their hometown province. Nilo was hesitant at first, but with his educational background and working experience, he agreed to be a business partner of that school.

Nilo invested in what is now The Asian Institute of Technology and Education (AITE). "I decided to be part of that school (AITE) in the hope that it would be a vehicle for myself to help other young people get a better education locally, where most people would normally travel to Metro Manila to pursue a college degree," recalled NiloGret.

But there was more to AITE that met Gret’s business expectations. "AITE, the time I started investing on the school, was on the brink of closure, and it was only a matter of time before it ceases operation. I had to do something about it," said Gret.

The initial investment Gret put up to AITE, because the school needed to fill in the resources for its regular operational expenses, was short-lived. "It (investment) paid for the salaries of the employees, rental of the building, maintenance of the school’s facilities, etc. Everything went on to those immediate expenses the school needed to pay off."

Gret, with the school’s depleting resources, had considered backing out of the business partnership. "My business partner, with the state of the school, backed out first, saying that he could no longer keep up with the school’s expenses." AITE’s fate was left hanging with Gret, who, at that time, knew little how to manage a technical school more so that it was in the brink of bankruptcy.

"We only had a few months to graduation, and with very limited funding to lean on, Gret decided to manage the AITE himself, slowly addressing the school’s mismanaged operation. With over 100 students expecting to graduate with training certification, Gret worked to downsize the school’s operation, keeping it to manageable levels.

"With my management, we were multi-tasking, keeping the school functioning for the remainder of the school year. It was a fresh start for AITE," said Gret.

Gret saw the bigger potential of AITE, not just as a technical school that offers vocation training, but a long term opportunity to help his townmatesget proper education. Students could now get TESDA training or CHED’s 4-year education at a very low spending and without needing to sell a property so a family member can travel to Manila to get college education," said Gret.

Gret, with the help of his wife Zenaida, who is also now the Vice President for Finance and Administration of AITE, began focusing their time in the school’s day-to-day management. "It was a difficult period for AITE, but sooner or later we were able to find benefactors willing to sponsor our students." AITE, with Gret’s leadership and the school’s trained technical trainers, began offering new courses and skills development training program.

By 2009, from the initial 100 students, along with the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) formal recognition of AITEin that same year, the school started offering new courses and skills development programs. It now included four year courses namely: Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (BSED) (with majors in Mathematics and English) together with Bachelor of Science course in Information Technology (BSIT), Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology (BSAct), Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship (BSEntrep) and Bachelor of Science in Office Management (BSOA).

As a recognized TESDA partner, AITE added more technical courses in bookkeeping, driving, massage therapy, tile setting, mobile training in tile setting and driving, and two (2) year ladderized program leading to BSIT.Nilo and Zenny Gret during AITE's 8th Commencement Rites

With Gret’s objective of providing opportunities to more low-income group families desiring to have their children courses that would lead to immediate employment after graduation, AITE, which is now affiliated with various employment agencies, said the initiative is his way of sharing the success he has experienced from training and hard work.

In 2010, AITE moved to its own building with improved training facilities and equipment. The 3-storey building, located along Maharlika Highway in Tiaong was constructed to house the school growing number of enrollees from the province.

"AITE is developing, offering certified and four year college courses. We want this development to continue helping more Filipinos from Quezon get the right education so they can be employed, help contribute to the family’s meager income locally," said Gret.

For 2015, with new expansion plans set in motion, AITE is set to open another 4-storey building to accommodate the increasing demand for education and in preparation for the introduction of the government’s K to 12 program through the Department of Education (DEPED).


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In the Name of Mobile Commerce
http://www.lazada.com.ph> Lazada.com.ph unveils the Filipino purchase
behaviour through mobile commerce

Shopping online is certainly an efficient and effortless way of getting what
you want, where you want it, and when you want it – or so most Filipinos
think. But as the country’s biggest names in telecommunications strive
towards improvement in providing mobile internet solutions – take the case
of telco giants such as Smart – which just recently announced free internet
to its subscribers, as well as Globe – which aggressively pushes its mobile
internet bundles; it has become undeniable that M-Commerce (Mobile Commerce)
has reached the Philippine shores in one way or another.

In a recent study made by the market research firm TNS, 53% of all
respondents from Metro Manila already own a smartphone. For 2015, it is
estimated that the Philippines will still witness a 22 percent year-on-year
increase in smartphone adoption (as cited in the recent report of IDC)
coupled 42 percent increase in the sales of smartphones (as cited in the
recent report of GfK), thus making M-Commerce more and more viable and
conducive amongst Filipinos.

While the M-Commerce infrastructure is definitely booming, Filipinos are now
adopting the mobile lifestyle wherein everyone is living on a faster-paced
lifestyle and mobile phones are becoming a survival tool more than just a
communication accessory.

Headlining the group is Lazada.com.ph, which has launched its mobile app
early 2014 and is now working relentlessly towards energizing M-Commerce in
the Philippines while keeping its effortless and risk-free shopping promise

M-Commerce Fast Facts from <http://www.lazada.com.ph> Lazada.com.ph:
· Mobile traffic constitutes more than 50% of daily traffic of

· Since its launch in early 2014, the Lazada Mobile App downloads
have grown 18% month-on-month on iOS and Android;

· Each Mobile App and Mobile Browser user spends an average of 5
minutes shopping online;

· Mobile App users shop more regularly and make more purchases per

· 60% of those who shop via mobile are female customers between the
ages of 24-35;

· Most mobile users shop during their lunch breaks (in the hours of
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM) and before they go to bed (in the hours of 9:00 PM
-10:00 PM);

· Fashion, Health and Beauty, Electronics, as well as Home and
Living items are currently the most search and bought items via mobile
Energizing the Mobile Commerce in the Philippines:

Being at the forefront of E-commerce in the Philippines, Lazada.com.ph
http://www.lazada.com.ph> has been actively taking steps towards educating
and encouraging more and more Filipinos to purchase via their smartphones.

Key initiatives are dedicated deals and discounts exclusively applicable to
the Lazada Mobile App as well as partnerships with reputable brands to
further encourage downloads and usage of the Lazada Mobile App.

This February 25, Lazada.com.ph <http://www.lazada.com.ph> will embark on a
new initiative to further energize M-Commerce in the country by staging its
first Mobile Power Sale. The Mobile Power Sale is a one-day-only event
exclusive to the Lazada Mobile App shoppers.

The Lazada Mobile Power Sale:

This February 25 (Wednesday), Lazada.com.ph <http://www.lazada.com.ph> will
continue to energize the mobile commerce sector as it stages its first
shopping campaign exclusive only through the Lazada Mobile App. For one-day
only, the Lazada Mobile App will be doing a flash sale for iPhone 6 carrying
a pricetag of PhP 27,999, the Cherry Mobile Me Vibe at PhP 2,999, the Meizu
MX4 at PhP 12,000 and its best-selling powerbanks at PhP 499. Also,
Lazada.com.ph will be giving away tons and tons of exciting prizes for
Lazada Mobile App shoppers on Feb 25.

About Lazada <http://www.lazada.com.ph/> (www.lazada.com.ph) is Philippines’
largest online shopping mall and is pioneering e-commerce by providing a
fast, convenient and secure online shopping experience combined with an
extensive product offering in categories ranging from mobiles & tablets and
consumer electronics to household goods, toys, fashion and sports equipment.

Lazada is continuously striving to offer its customers the best possible
shopping experience with multiple payment methods including cash on
delivery, extensive warranty commitments and free returns. Lazada mobile
applications for Android, iPhone and iPad provide additional convenience to
its consumers’ allowing them to shop anywhere, anytime.

For more information, please visit <http://www.lazada.com.ph/>
http://www.lazada.com.ph. For updates on Lazada’s latest innovations, as
well as activities, contests and promotions, connect with us via Facebook (


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Pro Earth Run

In its Global Climate Risk Index 2015, Germanwatch listed the Philippines as one of the countries most affected by extreme weather events in 2013.

It also reconfirmed that "less developed countries are generally more affected [by extreme weather] than industrialized countries, and forewarned that “if mitigation efforts are not immediately taken, the world will continue heading down the path towards dangerous climate change.”

Is it a downward spiral from here? Prayerfully, NO.

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step,” said Chinese Philosopher Lao-tzu. So is the race to protect, respect, and oversee care for Mother Earth.

To increase awareness on environmental responsibility and raise funds for Earth Day Network Philippines’ continuing projects and programs, do join the PRO Earth Run on 25 April 2015, 4:30AM, Mall of Asia Grounds, Pasay City. To register, simply click the link below.

Let’s all run the race for Mother Earth! 






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Posted: 02/23/2015 in LifeStyle


Experience the Extreme Press Conference and Tour

As the City of Pines welcomes the summer season, Tree Top Adventure will hold a press conference and media tour on March 14, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Tree Top Adventure Baguio Camp John Hay, Baguio City. The press conference aims to inform the public that if they want to experience the extreme, they might want to try out the activities at Tree Top Adventure.

Tree Top Adventure offers four unique outdoor activities divided into slow and fast paced activities. One slow paced activity is the Canopy and Funicular which is similar to the concept of a cable car, but, you’ll be seated on cable chairs in which you’ll be transferring from one station to another until you complete all eight stations. If you prefer to just walk around the area and fill your eyes with spectacular view, you could avail the Trekking and Skywalk. For the fast paced activities, Tree Top offers the Tree Drop, Silver Surfer and Superman. 

Tree Drop is the most extreme activity that Tree Top offers in which you’ll be suspended 60 feet above the ground, mission impossible style, and you’ll be falling as fast as two to three seconds. Superman, as the name implies, is a horizontal motorized zipline in which you’ll be flying back and forth, Superman style. Silver Surfer is a diagonal zipline in which you’ll be standing on a specialized platform and you’ll be gliding up and down for three cycles.                               
Tree Top Adventure’s another branch, located at JEST Area Upper Mau Cubi Point, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, will also hold another press conference and ribbon cutting event on March 21, 2015 after the success of its first press conference held last February 21, 2015.


Whether you want to feel the breeze, slow down, be inspired with the view or experience heart pounding, adrenaline rush quenching activities, Tree Top Adventure has it all. 

For more information, you could contact 09166299381. You could also visit our website www.treetopadventureph.com. To be more updated, you could like our Facebook page www.facebook.com/treetopadventurecamp and follow us on Instagram @tree_top_adventure and Twitter @TreeTopPH.


Experience the Extreme Press Conference

On February 21, 2015, from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Tree Top Adventure will hold its very 1st press conference and media tour in which over twenty participants from the TV, online, radio and print industries will attend.

The program will be graced by Tree Top Adventure’s CEO Ms. Ma. Camille O. Montejo. A short program will be presented with a question and answer portion will take place first before proceeding with the tour in which the participants will try all the rides. They would also be trying the only motorized team building facilities in the Philippines.

Tree Top Adventure features six activities: two slow pacedand four fast paced activities. One slow paced activity is the Trekking adventure in which you’ll be toured within the area. The tourguide will be introducing local plants and trees and share interesting facts about them. If one wants to see the forest and appreciate nature from the top of the trees, they could try the Canopy ride. The entire ride has a hanging bridge and five stations which can carry three persons at a time in which you’ll be transferring from one tree to another. For heart pounding activities, one might want to try the Superman Ride, a horizontal motorized zipline in which you’ll be soaring back and forth in less than a minute. Another activity you could try is the parachute fall in which you’ll be going upwards, slowly, and when you’re 75 feet above the ground, you’ll suddenly fall. If you literally want to surf in the air, you could try the Silver Surfer, an inclined zipline that swings you back and forth between two trees. If you want to experience the extreme, we recommend you the Tree Drop in which you’ll be suspended 60 feet above the ground, mission impossible style and you’ll be dropped in a matter of seconds only.

Tree Top Adventure also offers the only motorized Team Building facilities in the Philippines in which participants would be challenged physically, mentally and even emotionally.

Tree Top Adventure’s another branch, located at the Camp John Hay Baguio City, will also hold its press conference and media tour on March 14, 2015.

For more information, you could contact 09166299381. You could also visit our website www.treetopadventureph.com. To be more updated, you could like our Facebook page www.facebook.com/treetopadventurecamp and follow us on Instagram @tree_top_adventure and Twitter @TreeTopPH.



WELCOME to Tree Top Adventure…

In Tree Top Adventure will give you more challenges that you will never had in any of your outdoor activities. Ladies behind me will do their Tree Drop or Spider Drop, so watch out it and be thrill, the big challenge in outdoor activities – only at Tree Top Adventure..

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Food-tasting Event Showcases

Food establishments offering the best of German cuisine and beverages recently headlined a food-tasting event, as part of the upcoming Mabuhay Germany 2015.

Hosted by the German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI), the activity featured participating food concessionaires who showed a preview of what will be served on February 21 and 22 at the Bonifacio Global Center.

“We know that Filipinos love to eat, and this certain passion for food is a trait shared by Germans as well. In Mabuhay Germany 2015, we are introducing German cuisine to more Filipinos, allowing them to experience the country’s culture one bite at a time. Since there will be no entrance fee, everyone can come freely and have a slice of German food and culture for the whole weekend,” said GPCCI General Manager Nadine Fund.

Among the Mabuhay Germany 2015 food concessionaires is The German Club Manila, founded as early as 1886 under the name Casino Union. Located at Eurovilla II Building in Legaspi Village, Makati City, it offers the perfect venue for fine dining, special events and get-togethers for members and their guests. For Mabuhay Germany 2015, The German Club will serve breaded pork steak, an assortment of German sausages, Goulash soup, assorted salads, pastas, Sauerkraut, spaetzle and Weihenstephan Premium Beer.

Guests should also not miss out on BAMM (Big Appetites, Mighty Munch), Manila’s first German-Turkish comfort food establishment. Tucked away in an unobtrusive corner of A.venue Mall along Makati Avenue, the award-winning restaurant offers specials that include Schnitzel, authentic pork escalope with zesty crumbs and a golden crunch, served with Sauerkraut and a choice of either Fishsticks or Hummus. For Mabuhay Germany 2015, BAMM partnered Beer Hero to serve premium draft beer hand-crafted in the Philippines.

Another concessionaire to be featured in Mabuhay Germany 2015 is Fraulein’s Sausages, a frequent food attraction at bazaars and other community events in Metro Manila. Popular for its sumptuous sausage sandwiches, it has won the hearts particularly of the young crowd. To keep its menu authentic, the owner goes the extra mile by importing condiments from Germany.

Meanwhile, Brotzeit will serve a feast of its signature dishes including pork knuckle, schnitzel (pork or chicken), sausages (chicken, Nurnberger, Kasekrainer, Weisswurst, garlic sausage), honey Bavarian pork ribs with salad, potato wedges and mashed potatoes. In German, “brot” means “bread” and “zeit” literally translates to “time,” so its name means bread time or small meal or snack time, which is usually accompanied by refreshing, good quality beers.

Now on its seventh year, Mabuhay Germany is organized by GPCCI in cooperation with the German Embassy, Goethe Institut and the German European School Manila to celebrate over 60 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

For more information about Mabuhay Germany 2015, visit GPCCI’s website, http://www.gpcci.org or its Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/GPCCI.org.



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German-Filipino Business Community Celebrates Mabuhay Germany™ 2015

German and Filipino businesses will hold their much-awaited annual Mabuhay Germany™ at the Bonifacio Global City next month, promising to showcase new and exciting German products, services, and lifestyle experiences.

To be held from Feb. 21 to 22 at the BGC High Street, Mabuhay Germany™ 2015 will once again give Filipinos a taste of German trade and culture.

Now on its seventh year, Mabuhay Germany™ is organized by the German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI) in cooperation with the German Embassy, Goethe Institut and the German European School Manila to celebrate over 60 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

More than 30 German companies from various industries will participate as exhibitors, sponsors and suppliers, offering the perfect blend of business, culture and fun-filled family activities in one weekend.

The two-day event will kick off on February 21 at 11:00 AM with an opening ceremony with a marching band depicting a German Karneval, champagne toast at the Brandenburg Gate model. Visitors will also be able to connect with German businesses and find favorable opportunities through a joint forum to be organized and facilitated by the Goethe Institut and German Embassy titled “Tara Na Sa Germany – Learn German and Work in Germany!” followed by the Dual Training forum.

A musical festival will also highlight the first day, starting off with “Wir sind Helden,” a musical performance by DYKO – a German electronica/synthpop duo – with students from the partner schools of Goethe Institut. To make the evening more exciting, The Authority Band will entertain participants who will experience a “Groovy Doovy German Night” from 7:00 PM to 12:00 midnight.

On February 22, organizers have prepared various activities that will be enjoyed by the whole family. To jumpstart the day, a “Run for Schools” will be held with all the families of member companies, featuring 3k, 5k and 10k distances. This will be followed by “Frühschoppen,” a German tradition of sharing an alcoholic drink before midday, in company of the Executive Band providing entertainment.

A sporty afternoon awaits the participants, with a lineup of fun and thrilling games including the German Chamber Bingo, Connect-o-lympics, and the 5th GPCCI Table Soccer Cup. The event will be capped by an awarding ceremony for the winners of the Table Soccer Tournament and Best Booth, as well as an exhibitors’ get-together.

“More than a business and lifestyle exhibit, Mabuhay Germany™ is a celebration of six decades of friendship between Germany and the Philippines. Our strong presence in this country, represented by established companies in different industries, symbolize our unwavering commitment to support Filipinos through commerce and culture,” GPCCI General Manager Nadine Fund states.

The German community in the country is composed mostly of companies and organizations representing automotive, technology, shipping and logistics, airlines and support services, financial services, food, consumer goods, garments and tourism. Member companies are also engaged in major local businesses such as the business process outsourcing (BPO), manufacturing, power generation, and education.

For more information about Mabuhay Germany™ 2015, visit GPCCI’s website, http://www.gpcci.org or its Facebook page,http://www.facebook.com/GPCCI.org.



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Marlisa, (born Marlisa Ann Punzalan) is a breakthrough not only because of the reason you’re thinking–that she’s of Filipino descent. She has gone to break records in Australia, origin talk aside.

Jumpstarting her music career pre-X Factor, Marlisa immersed herself in the live music scene by joining competitions starting at age 9, earning her first win at Sydney Eisteddfod Performing Arts Challenge in 2009, and 3 more gold medals in 2013. At age 12, she has already done a solo concert at a live music venue at Sydney, The Basement, with the show dubbed as "Marlisa and Friends" with a setlist of cover songs. Deeply engaged to her roots, she had also been tagging along the Australian leg of concerts of Pinoy acts such as Sharon Cuneta, Jose Mari Chan and Aegis.

But what catapulted Marlisa’s name into brighter limelight is that at only 15, she has wowed the judges of The X Factor Australia, garnering all four yeses upon audition. Marlisa eventually won the season’s round of competition, becoming the first champion from the show’s Under 25 category and ultimately the youngest winner of the entire series. With the aforementioned under her belt, she immediately signed a recording deal with Sony Music Australia. Tied in as the winner’s single of the 6th season of The X Factor Australia, Marlisa recorded "Stand By You", written by Australia’s premiere songwriters DNA Songs (Anthony Egizii and David Musumeci), serving as her music career’s pilot single which debuted at number 2 on the ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association) charts only 3 days after release, just behind Ed Sheeran’s "Thinking Out Loud" and running ahead The Veronicas’ "You Ruin Me" and Taylor Swift’s "Shake It Off".A close race, as "Thinking Out Loud" tallied 29,157 copies sold while "Stand By You", with only half-a-week’s worth of sales during the eligibility week, garnered an impressive 27,666.Eventually, the single nabbed a platinum certification for sales tallying more than 70,000 copies sold.

With the help of the song’s inspirational message and Marlisa’s very own vocal prowess, "Stand By You" paved the way to international mark when it also charted on New Zealand, Singapore and neighboring territories including the Philippines. Her self-titled debut album had also been released shortly afterwards, featuring the said single plus 10 re-recordings of her performances during the course of The X Factor, debuting at number 6 on the ARIA albums chart. Amazed by the performance of her records on charts, Marlisa gave thanks to her supporters: "Thanks to all as well, my album is doing very well at No. 2 on both the Australian artist singles chart and Australian artist albums chart!! Also no. 6 on the ARIA albums chart!! So happy you love my album."

Track list of the debut album, MARLISA:

1. Stand By You

2. Yesterday

3. All By Myself

4. Hopelessly Devoted To You

5. Let It Go

6. Nothing Else Matters

7. Try

8. Titanium

9. Somewhere Over The Rainbow

10. Girl On Fire

11. Impossible

MARLISA is now available in all record stores featuring the lead winner’s single "Stand By You"! Get it on digital through iTunes via hyperurl.co/MarlisaSelfTitled or through Spinnr.ph!


With a promising international career, Marlisa gives back to her roots with a strong sense of eagerness for MARLISA Philippine PromoTour this February. The 15-year-old will be visiting the country with 3 days’ worth of itinerary, touring the Metro to promote her music:

• February 13 (Fri.) / 2 PM: Lucky Chinatown Atrium

• February 13 (Fri.) / 7 PM: Eastwood Mall Open Park

• February 14 (Sat.) / 7 PM: Venice Piazza at McKinley Hill

By the 15th, Marlisa will be meeting with media for some performances and interviews, allowing her local fans to get to know more of her and her music.

A busy life but a very exciting feat for a young girl, Marlisa and her sound are definitely ready to take over.

MARLISA Philippine Promo Tour is brought to you by Megaworld Lifestyle Malls, Eastwood Mall, Lucky Chinatown, Venice Piazza at McKinley Hill.

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Tree Top Adventure Baguio

Posted: 02/02/2015 in LifeStyle

Tree Top Adventure Baguio: Experience the extreme

Experience extreme adventure and extreme relaxation at Tree Top Adventure Baguio, the only motorized zipline in the Philippines and the only Team Building facility in Baguio. With seven outdoor activities and team building facilities, located within Camp John Hay, surrounded by pine trees and overlooking breathtaking views, Tree Top Adventure Baguio offers an adventure of a lifetime.


For the thrill seekers who want to experience extreme adventure, you might want to experience our Tree Drop in which you’ll be suspended 150 feet above the ground, mission impossible style and you’ll be falling as fast as 2 to 3 seconds. This Tree Top’s most extreme activity costs Php 150.00 only and this is one way to really quench your thirst for adrenaline rush. You might also want to try our rides done in pairs; the Superman Ride and Silver Surfer. As the name implies, you’ll be ziplining, Superman Style, 200 meters long, 150 feet above the ground, but instead of doing it just forwards, you would also be zipliningbackwards. Silver Surfer is a 60 degree diagonal motorized zipline in which you’ll be standing on a specialized platform and you’ll be gliding up and down for three cycles. Expect that there would be stops and swings for every cycle for Php 300.00 and Php 200.00 respectively, you could experience what superheroes feel as they fly and glide through the air.


For those who want to experience extreme relaxation, you could try the Canopy and Funicular ride which costs Php350.00. The Canopy is similar to the concept of cable cars, but instead, you’ll be seated on cable chairs in which you’ll be transferring from one station to another until you complete all eight stations. When you reach the station four of the Canopy, you would walk for around 2 to 3 minutes to be able to reach the connecting ride of Canopy which is the Funicular ride. This ride is similar to the concept of elevator, but, instead of standing up, you’ll be seated. This is at least a way for you to conquer your fear of heights. But, if you really have extreme fear of heights, you could just avail the Trekking and Skywalk in which you would walk around Tree Top’s area and go up the skywalk area, or the viewing deck in which you could see the mountains of Itogon, Benguet or what they call the old Baguio before. You could stay at the Skywalk areas long as you want to take pictures and feel the cold breeze.


If your company plans to have a convention or seminar at Baguio, you might want to experience our Team Building Activities which includes two high element activities (Tree Drop and Silver Surfer), five low element activities, boodle lunch and facilitators for just Php 800.00 per head only.The activities would really challenge each member and how they work with their workmates. Work and play, as the cliché says!



You might also want to try another branch of Tree Top Adventure Subic located at the JEST Area, Upper Mau Cubi Point Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

For more information, you could contact (074) 442-0800 or 0932 404 1112. You could also visit our website http://www.treetopadventureph.com. To be more updated, you could like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/treetopadventurecamp and follow us on Instagram @tree_top_adventure.