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Macahambus Cave

This pictures right now that you saw is our outing with my officemates…Macahambus adventure Park is one of the tourist spot here in Cagayan de Oro City. Macahambus Adventure Park offers much to the adventurous and sporty individual. Imagine immersing yourself in the full glory of nature, walking in the midst of gigantic century-old trees and swinging from the top of an enormous gorge, nothing between you and the ground except hundred of feet of air, giving you a different perspective of the majestic Macahambus gorge. For a thrilling experience of the entire gorge in full, take a deep breath and cross the Sky Bridge, which runs for 123 meters across a height of 150 meters, which gives you the most commanding view of the gorge in all its glory. If you’re looking for more adventure, why not try rappelling down the gorge itself for that once-in-a-lifetime rush; experience the thrill of slowly making your way down into the forest floor and looking up to the canopy of trees from a totally new perspective.

For that ultimate, heart-pounding, adrenaline-laced thrill, the 120-meter Zip Line (slide-for-life) is the right thing for you. The rush of hanging from a heavy-duty cable at a height of 150 feet is incomparable – but sliding through the same cable across the two edges of a gorge is nothing short of exhilarating.

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Posted by on Oct 29 2007. Filed under Cagayan de Oro, Tourist Spots. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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