Dahilayan Adventure Park ZipZone in Bukidnon – longest zipline in Asia

Bukidnon, Mindanao no longer means just pineapples, cool climate and lush greenery. It’s now home to the longest zipline in AsiaDahilayan Adventure Park’s Zipzone! I know that Mindanaoan has featured this piece of news way back in September but ZipZone offers new and exciting adventure that it deserves to be continually promoted, yes? Besides, two of my friends got featured on the front page of Inquirer because of this new Mindanao tourist destination!

Say hello to my fellow thrill seekers Moi and Des: (photo courtesy of Inquirer/Cai Panlilio)

zipzone moi and des

Located at the verdant Dahilayan Adventure Park in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon (an hour’s drive away from nearby Cagayan de Oro City, Northern Mindanao), Asia’s longest Dual Cable Zipline is now open for business. Check out the rates below: (do note that these are introductory rates only)


Fast facts about this zipline adventure in Northern Mindanao:

– Dual Carrying cables each 840 meters long point to point

– Safety cable also 840 meters long

– Total length of cables: 2,460 meters

– Elevation drop: 100meters

– Estimated speed: 60-100KPH

– Launch point Location at 4000 ft ASL

How to get to ZIPZONE Extreme Zip Line Adventure – Manolo Fortich is about an hour’s drive away from Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao. As soon as you reach Alae (one landmark would be the Alae footbath…all vehicles entering the Bukidnon province will need to stop at the footbath area), take note of a rotunda. You will see this before you reach the Alae bridge. Take this road. Go straight ahead until you reach Camp Philips (this is where most Del Monte employees live). Drive further until you reach Dahilayan.

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Mindanaoan is a multi-awarded blogger, social media strategist, publicist, Google Business Group - Women lead organizer, avid traveler and a proud relief operations volunteer. She is also a regular resource person for social media and blogging related conferences/workshops here and abroad. In 2012, Mindanaoan also completed a US Gov't. Department of State-sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program for emerging global leaders. She toured the U.S. for about a month for her IVLP experience. She is the founder of a bloggers group and social media club. She is also an active member of several online media, bloggers and social media enthusiasts groups all over the world. Mindanaoan is available for work and travel. Contact Mindanaoan at mindanaoan@gmail.com

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50 Responses

  1. rina victorio says:

    thank you for promoting DAHILAYAN Adventure Park πŸ™‚ really appreciate it.

    • Warlito Puntos says:

      Zipline Safety???

      Are ziplines safe? This is the single, most-important question you can ask about the whole zipline industry. The answer is quite simple: it depends.

      Ziplines are very safe when they are (a) installed by ethical and competent professionals, who are working within the respected engineering standards, (b) when the materials used in the creation of the zipline, such as the steel cable and the helmets and harnesses, are provided by legitimate dealers, (c) when the zipline is managed and owned by competent, well-trained staff who take good care of the guests and the zipline infrastructure.

      Ziplines are dangerous when they are installed informally by people who have no idea what they are doing, who cut costs by using substandard equipment, and when the zipline is run by people who are poorly trained, overworked, in a big rush, or apathetic about the safety of their guests.–From Internet–

  2. @rina – you’re welcome! i’ll bring my brothers next time. sana may discount na! =D

  3. pinoy says:

    awesome my sister’s would deffinitely love this place they have tried the zipline in baguio and tagaytay. another reason why to visit bukidnon

  4. @pinoyislands – so true! hopefully this will help the bukidnon government’s tourism efforts
    .-= Taga MindanaoΒ΄s last blog ..PAGCOR Davao – Casino Filipino Davao City – What to expect and what to do (Part 1) =-.

  5. joniel says:

    amazing i love bukidnon and the philippines as a whole, very satisying ride yeahhhh.

  6. m says:

    ahm nin dot sya…….(

  7. Jon says:

    hi vry! does anyone of u here knows kinsa ang contact person sa dahilayan? my friends and I are planning to experiece zipline adventure most probably next week and medyo naudlot ung supposedly service namen. baka kc my shuttle ang dahilayan that will take guests from cdo to bukidnon. thanks!

  8. hi Jon.. just came from bukidnon last week.. you cn go to viajero(CDO)and look for Nilo or Love..

  9. Desiree Gale says:

    been there, done that πŸ™‚ hehe. kilig at saya nakuha ko doon πŸ™‚ regards ko sa staff named john πŸ™‚ haha. Dahilayan Adventure park is amazing!

  10. Sea says:

    wow. nindota ah… anha nya mi… same price ra ba gihapun?

  11. Jayson says:

    pyts…. december muanha ko….

  12. walter says:

    we will be visiting bukidnon on the 1st week december.. for sure sure we’re going to experience this zipline!!! so excited!!! ahahaha

  13. Cer Dranem says:

    tanong lang..nasa davao ako..ilang rides bah papunta dyan? from bukidnon bus terminal/ bus stop ano next sakyan? gsto ko kac dyan kami magcelebrate ng gf ko dyan sa zip line..gift ko sa kanya..

    • @Cer – Hello, from Davao bus terminal, it’s just 1 ride lang. Ride the bus going to Cagayan de Oro via BUDA. Stop at Malaybalay City. Fare is around P300 pag aircon. From Malaybalay bus terminal, just ride motorela/multicab around the city. Malaybalay is where most of the activities will be held.

      • sam says:

        so from malaybalay b, anong pedeng sakyan papuntang zipzone? ilang oras din papunta dun?

        • Hi Sam, from Malaybalay, you can ride a bus towards Cagayan de Oro. Stop at the ALAE junction. From there, you can take a habal-habal motorcycle towards Dahilayan or you can rent a multicab. From Alae, it will take about half an hour to reach Zipzone. Have fun there!

  14. Wow its great, i didn’t know that Mindanao has the longest Zipline in Asia. I love adventure sports and have tried ziplining in India, really good entertaining adventure activity.

  15. Andy says:

    I will be traveling to this part of the world in the next few weeks. I am interested in visiting this place (Zip Zone). Please, kindly send me information, literature, brochures etc etc…AND prices to Zip Zone. Thank You for your time. I hope to hear from you soon.

  16. ahn jae says:

    weve been there at dahilayan last feb 21, but we didnt able to take out photos and certificate coz at that time they had a problem with the electricity..just want to know if you could help me..coz i talked to the photographer at that time he told me i can browse it to their website and just type the date but i found nothing only few pictures they showed..can u help me pls pls..
    tnx alot..

  17. vesper says:

    love extreme adventure…will try this out with my hubby.been to lake sebu zipline already at south cotabato.such an exhilirating experience! want a repeat of that,maybe can get that high at zip zone.

  18. Lalaine Doles says:

    Hello there people of Cagayan! Just want to inquire about the exact place where Sam & KC shoot? the falls, the rope thingy adventure, and the place where they stayed. I am from Manila and want to visit there as soon as I get all the info of the places. Thanks! -0917 2454-542

  19. Lukas says:

    Magtatanong lang sana kung kaya within 1 day ang white water rafting at Dahilayan? saka paano pumunta sa dahilayan pag weekdays na walang shuttle from the white water rafting site? thanks ng madami

  20. Ghang Devinasflores says:


  21. judith says:

    how nice they have zipline in bukidnon..
    ask ko lang magkano ang last price ng zipline.. kong pag weekend tagpila?
    thx..god bless

  22. Matthew McDermott says:

    Please contact me…would like to make reservations for 3! 09993731184

  23. Audrey says:

    hi,i think it’s the outland adventure xcelerator in davao city that’s still the longest and fastest zipline in asia.It is 1000meters long and travels 1ooKPH.

    • Hi! I’ve been to Outland (you can search for my blog entry about them here on Mindanaoan.com πŸ™‚ ) but it’s not the longest. They have the fastest zipline, yes, but not the longest.

  24. may says:

    hi, i will have my vacation at ozamiz this weekend and im planning to go to your place the on monday…can you please help me how i could get there via public transportation?

  25. Joniel says:

    We are planning to go there, Can you please provide to us a place where we can stay. Single Bedroom at affordable rate. What will be the best that we can get on to get their faster, Bus? Taxi? Jeep?

  26. reu kamikaze says:

    hi..my friend just came back in the Phil and we wanted to try ziplining. how much would it cost in dahilayan and if theres any place to stay there …any info is appreciated

  27. Sarthak says:

    Is it safe to go zip lining =| πŸ™‚ ?

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