Pump up your adrenaline by doing this extreme water activity, White Water Rafting. This activity can be dangerous, for you have to deal with the rapid river while paddling over the raft. There are many rivers in the Philippines which are known for rafting, but if you want to try the adventurous one, Rio Grande de Cagayan is perfect for you! Read More
Travel to Bataan and try Extreme Rappelling! If you are not afraid of heights, then aim to surpass this intense peak which is almost as high as a 35-floor building. This activity is definitely dangerous, proper orientation is a must for your safety. The site is located at San Miguel, in front of Sisiman Bay, Bataan. Read More
Angeles City Flying Club is open to all who are interested in ultralight flying (including light sports aircraft and microlight flying). Even non-members can try to fly an ultralight plane (they will give you a qualified instructor). Read More
Looking for a new and thrilling activity within Puerto Galera? Extreme Mud Karting is made for you. The course is full of obstacles. There are mud holes and lots of water crossings that will definitely make your heart beat fast. Every kart could accommodate one driver and there’s an additional fee if he/she has a passenger to go along. Read More
Ilocos Norte has many extreme activities and one of these is sandboarding. Tourists from different parts of the country and foreigners love this kind of fun. A starter will have their sense of balance tested because it is hard to navigate around and in the dunes. This exciting activity has caught the attention of most skaters, surfers and even beginners who want to experience sandboarding. Read More
Boracay is not only good for beautiful beaches and sceneries, but also with different extreme activities. The G-Max Reverse Bungy was introduced to the public in December 2014 and is still running for those who got the guts to do this activity. This is perfect for barkadas looking for a thrilling experience. Who is up for being thrown in the sky and overlooking the beauty of the island? If you are, don’t miss it! Read More
Prepare yourself for Canyoning or Canyoneering. This is a combination of walking, climbing, and even cliff jumping into rivers and pools. The Philippines is gifted with places that are good for Canyoneering, Cebu, Biliran, Camarines Sur, Samar, and Cagayan de Oro. For beginners who want to try this intense activity, Kawasan Falls located at Cebu is right for you. Read More
There’s a new way to enjoy skateboarding, it was introduced at Lingayen, Pangasinan. Skaters use power kite to accomplish this extreme new sport, the Landboarding. Landboarding usually held at open large areas like, hand-packed sandy shores which skaters could enjoy propelling the board with the constant wind. Read More
A popular cliff diving spot that is located near Boracay, Ariel’s Cliff is an eco-adventure destination that also offers other water activities such as kayaking and snorkeling. Guests can visit Ariel’s Point by purchasing tickets at Ariel’s House. Read More

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