Tree Top Adventure: Extreme Fun with Nature

April 7, 2016 / By / 13 Comments

Screaming at the top of my lungs while hanging in a suspended harness, I broke nature’s silence as I slide on that seemingly endless cable. Yes, it was my first time to try zipline and Treetop Adventure’s Superman ride gave me one of the most exhilarating moments in my life.


Tree Top Adventure

Tree Top Adventure is one of the famous destinations in Subic Bay offering exciting rides that will raise your thrill barometer to the next level. The surrounding nature makes Tree Top Adventure more interesting for me compared to the conventional themed parks I’ve been too. The breathtaking views I get to see from the rides I tried really made my experience more memorable.


The feeling of screaming to the infinite wilderness is so therapeutic for me – it was like releasing all the negativities and stress in a place where no one will judge me. Nature comforts me so much like it will never get tired of listening to me.

Tree Top Adventure Rides

I was able to try Superman Ride and Interactive Free Fall in Tree Top Adventure, Subic Bay. I was accompanied by one of Tree Top Adventure’s Head Facilitator from Baguio (thank you, Jace 🙂 ).

Superman Ride

You can have the option to go alone or to go with another rider when taking the Superman ride. Tree Top Adventure calls their version of zipline “Superman” because you will traverse the cable in a position that will make you look like Superman in his flying position.

Hanging 70 feet high above the ground, I was really nervous I almost never stopped screaming during my entire ride. But I enjoyed it so much I’ll do it again if I have the chance to.


P.S. According to the ride facilitator, guests who scream so loud get another free ride. I didn’t know he meant it but I did a pretty good job so I got one! Haha.


Interactive Free Fall

The other ride I was able to try was Interactive Free Fall. This is also a challenge for those who have fear of heights! After getting into the platform, the ride slowly started to ascend bringing us as high as 100 feet from the ground (if I remember it right).

Once at the top, the ride will suddenly go down as if you’re falling from a building in a standing position. We went up and down several times that lasted a few minutes. The view at the top is fantastic!



Other Rides

Other rides available in Subic Bay are as follows:

  • Tree Drop Adventure
  • Canopy Ride
  • Silver Surfer

Steps in Getting Tree Top Adventure Ride

Below are the five simple steps you can follow to avail a Tree Top Adventure ride:


Aside from Jace who accompanied me in my ride, I’d also like to thank Jackie of Tree Top Adventure, Subic Bay for the very warm treatment  🙂


Insider Tips

  • Tree Drop is claimed to be the most extreme ride.
  • For a cheaper ride, avail the outdoor package instead of getting the individual rides (click here for Tree Top Adventure packages).
  • Children are allowed in all of the rides but must be at least 4 feet tall to fit into the harness.

Money to Burn

  • Canopy Ride – PHP350
  • Superman Ride – PHP200
  • Tree Drop – PHP150
  • Silver Surfer – PHP250

Disclosure: My Tree Top Adventure visit is courtesy of Tree Top Adventure and TAG Media & Public Relations. Nevertheless, I wrote this article with my own insights influenced by my personal experience.

Tree Top Adventure Nature Park
Operating Hours: 8AM-4:30PM Daily
Address: Jest Area, Upper Mau, Cubi Point, Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Contact Details: (+6347) 252-9425 | (+63922) 576-9156 | (+63915) 838-9354

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  1. Aika Callora says:

    The place looks awesome but for a person with fear of heights like me, I think I’d die at the middle of the ride. Lol. Specially the Interactive Free Fall. Just thinking about it makes my stomach churn. Also, I think I’ll get a free ride too. I’ll go screaming like crazy IF I’ll have the guts to try it out. HAHAHA

  2. We’ve been to Subic a few times and still haven’t tried those extreme adventures.. I always wanted to, but my company doesn’t feel like it! They are all scared, its boring naman kung mag isa lang ako.. hehehe! I hope next time i can try it with traveler friends! 🙂

  3. Psychic Nest says:

    Hi Arrianne,

    This is such an exciting experience! Though I am not fan of heights because they frighten me a bit. Thank you for sharing these amazing photos and fun video!


  4. Oh G!!! I loooove tree tops! I’m sure you had a fab time!

  5. ROBERT LEE says:

    I don’t like heights and speed, so I will admire and appreciate your adventure. LOL! That was zip line right – the Superman ride? Good for adventurous people.

  6. Sigrid Says says:

    The Tree Top Adventure is actually on my bucket list. But we will have to do it when the kids are bigger already. Our toddler is still very challenging to bring around. hehe

  7. Nina Sogue says:

    I am scared of heights, but I was able to experience zip line back in high school. Yes, that was XX years ago. I’m not sure if I’ll still be able to have the courage to, but I’d love to experience this again! Maybe in a few years when the little one is bigger. 🙂

  8. Berlin says:

    This is one adventure i wouldnt want to miss. I will ask my family to have our vacation in Subic and we will drop by There to experience that ourselves.

  9. SASWATI BHOI says:

    WOW!! This looks adventurous!! Hope you had loads of fun!! 😉 Great shots!! 🙂

  10. It was pretty scary. I tried the Silver Surfer ride and fainted. It was that bad for me. I guess I can never do this whole adventurous thing.

  11. jared's mum says:

    i have seen this on the telly and it looks like the kind of activity i can enjoy. i hope i can try it out soon.

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