Tree-hopping adventure to open in Bataan town

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  • Ernie E.
  • 9 years ago

The project will be funded for P2.7 million and to be operated by the municipality of Pilar. She said that the investment will be easily recovered as what happened with the 540-meter zipline the local government unit put up.

“In just eight months, the amount of P1.8 million that the LGU invested in operating the zipline was recovered,” Pizarro said.

The zipline starts at an upper portion of Mt. Samat, passing through ricefields and beautiful sceneries  and ends along rows of trees near the Dunsulan Falls.

At the route to the falls, the huge war memorial cross on top of the hallowed mountain can be seen as if swaying with the clouds.

The mayor who is vice-chairman of the Bataan Tourism Council wants projects focussed in agriculture and tourism as priority in her town.

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