Longest Island-to-Island Zipline in Asia at Sablayan 3-in-1 Adventure in San Jose, Occidental Mindoro

Tuesday, March 07, 2023

Here's a different kind of island hopping! For our last full day in Mindoro, we experienced the longest island-to-island zip-line in Asia. I've crossed a lot of zip-lines before, from usual harness to bike type, but this was my first time to zip-line with a view of the beach (usual view is that of mountains). 

Will you go for it too?

BSS Fighting plays as background music as we crawled up to ride the longest island-to-island zip-line in Asia!

Sablayan 3in1 Adventure

šŸ“San Jose, Occidental Mindoro

Presing Park ➡ Heading to ➡ Pandan PequeƱo Island

The Sablayan 3-in-1 Adventure offers rappelling, wall climbing, and zip lining, with the zip line as the longest island-to-island zip line in Asia. It covers a total cable length of 1.7km, and the first inter-island zipline with back-and-forth motorized pulleys (it can also pull you back to the jump-off point).

Ngiti muna bago isabit sa zip line

Went around the Presing Park for a quick tour

What I like: They checked the BP of each participants to ensure everyone's fit for the ride

Ready with our gears! Helmet and harness secured and ready

Pose uli, hehehe. Thank you to Oriental Mindoro Motorcycle Riders Club for the photos

No one wanted to try the other activities, we went to the zip line right away! 

Here are Sablayan 3-in-1 Adventure's activities and rates:

  • Presing Park Entrance - Php 10
  • Wall Climb - Php 50
  • Rappell - Php 50
  • Zip-Line - Php 300 for SablayeƱo, Php 500 for Non-SablayeƱo (one-way only)
Walk-ins are welcome, or you can call 0917-170-6723, 0998-546-5917, and landline 043-458-0028.

Up we go! No turning back, hehehe

Then we went for a ride one-by-one, weeeee!

Was able to document Ruthie's turn, too!

The experience was actually fun and (for lack of better word) chill! The view is very nice and relaxing, as mentioned earlier, we passed by the beach which was very refreshing and breezy. The whole ride lasted around 4 minutes. And, for your skin's sake, make sure to apply your sunblock! šŸ˜œ

The speed was just right, enough to take pictures with my camera phone. For safety purposes though, I made sure to have my phone inside a protector case with string attached to my wrist. Ruth and I also wore sandals with no back straps, so we decided to place them inside our bags just to be sure we won't regret heading home without slippers.

And in no time, we were already at the Pandan PequeƱo Island. We took a boat to the Pandan Island Beach Resort where we had our lunch.

Thankful for the perfect beach and zip-line weather! 

Entrance fees for Pandan Island Beach Resort

Buffet set-up lunch! I had some of the veggies, rice, and kiet-kiet

Posing by this huge white trunk in the middle of the white sand

In between eating and our chit-chats, hehehe

Final group pic on our last stop!

Ever heard of a crystal boat? This was very innovative of our boatsmen as we were able to entertain ourselves by spotting fishies on our way back 

Flight back to Manila 

Our adventurous Mindoro trip ended the next day, we had no other activities except to prepare for the airport. The San Jose Airport of Occidental Mindoro turned out to be just a stone throw away from our accommodation at Season's Hotel. Barely 10-minute van ride and we're already hurrying out for our check-in. 

Small airport, but a convenient mode to those who are planning to travel to Mindoro soon

We traveled via Cebu Pacific, flight took about an hour only, more or less

And that's it for our 5 days in Mindoro! There really is more to this island other than Puerto Galera, hope you can visit and tell your stories too! Thankful for the new experiences, new memories with old friends, and of course the new friends met along the way. ♥

Special thanks to DOT-MIMAROPA and Oriental Mindoro Tourism for taking care of us!

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