My family went to Tagaytay to visit some of the tourist attraction in the place, though we’ve been there many times we still feel excited. I did not know that there is already zipline and cable car in picnic grove.
It was placed above eco-adventure trail which is 500 meters long. Zipline is said to be 250 meters long and 300 feet off the ground. It is much higher as compared to Zipline in Ortigas though I’m not sure if it offers the silver surfer position.
This Tagaytay Zipline and Cable Car is propelled by gravity which can allow you travel as fast as 60 km per hour.
Their single zipline harness is capable of carrying a weight of up to 2 tons or equivalent to 7 sumo wrestlers.
They also offer cable car just in case whole family or big group would want to experience riding them.
Tagaytay Zipline Rates are not that expensive considering that you’ll be exposed to once in a lifetime extreme experience.
One way ride would cost about Php200 per person during weekdays and Php300 per person during weekends.
Two-way ride is about Php300 per person on weekdays and Php400 during weekends. All rides has free 1 souvenir photo.
One thing you should know is that Zipline and cable car is not under Picnic Grove management.