Following the success of Sandbox Alviera in Porac, Pampanga, which brought the first Roller Coaster Zipline in the Philippines, Ayala Land opens a taller and longer Roller Coaster Zipline located at Camp N in Nuvali, Sta. Rosa Laguna. It is currently the biggest Roller Coaster Zipline in Asia which is set to open today, April 16, 2016.
Filipinos from Southern Luzon no longer need to travel all the way north to Pampanga just to experience this one of a kind ride that combines a zipline and a rollercoaster. Residents of Metro Manila also now has an alternative to Sandbox, especially those living in the southern part of the metro like Pasay, Paranaque, Las Pinas and Muntinlupa.
And for those who have already experienced the Roller Coaster Zipline in Pampanga, you will surely love the Roller Coaster Zipline here in Nuvali. It is not only bigger is size, but it also the first of its kind to have a double zipline: one shorter zipline and one longer zipline. The surrounding is also different with lots of vegetation in the area.
But more than just a roller coaster zipline park, Camp N is designed to become a premier outdoor adventure and team-building facility that serves as an incubator for self-discovery through obstacles and challenges testing one’s physical limits, mental abilities, and even character and values.
Camp N’s thrills-based and skills-based facilities include the Adventure Tower, which has the rollercoaster zipline, as well as free fall, wall climbing, and rappelling facilities. The Obstacle Course has three challenge levels from basic to advanced, encompassing a broad spectrum of skill levels. The Aerial Walk is a series of rope-based challenges set high in the air. The High and Low Rope Initiatives is a series of balancing platforms and tightropes set just a little above ground and requires the participation of small groups.
Right beside Camp N is Greens & Patches which serves as a tree nursery, a demo organic farm, as well as an art and meditation center for those seeking an introspective approach in self-development. Guided tours and programs will soon be offered here so guests can learn about nature’s processes and gifts. Camp N’s lush and scenic trails include paths for trail running beginners and mountain biking for kids and adults.
Here is the price list of activities and packages you can enjoy at Camp N
How to get to Camp N
Driving from South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) take any of the exits at Mamplasan, Sta. Rosa, Eton-Greenfield, Silangan, and Canlubang and drive until you reach Nuval. Take Nuvali Blvd and follow the directions on the road.
Nuvali is also easily accessible via public vehicles from major centers like Makati, Bonifacio Global City, and Balibago. From Balibago, you can take a jeepney going to Nuvali. From Nuvali terminal, you can take the scheduled shuttle to Camp N.
Where to Stay in Nuvali
Seda Nuvali is perfect for families who wish to spend the weekend in Nuvali. Other outdoor activities await kids and families such as fish feeding, biking and water taxi rides at the lake. Read more »