It took me over three years to finally follow-through with my plan to visit Camp Sabros. I first learned about the place back when it still purportedly had the longest zip line in the country. Thanks to our friend Chariz’ urging, we finally scheduled the long-planned trip last Sunday. It was amazing, fun, and worth all the hours spent on the long road to reach it.
A few days before our trip, someone suggested to my friend that we should visit an adventure park in another town instead. S/he said that there’s not much to do in Camp Sabros apart from the short trek and ziplining. I checked that other place and it indeed looks promising. The only downside for us then was the travel time. It would take us roughly five to six hours to get there. Since we only have time for a day trip, we decided to stick with Camp Sabros.
Looking back, the trip was well worth the wait. It’s that type of place where I’d never get bored for lack of anything to do. As things wind down after the rush of the trek and ziplining, soaking in the scenic view will never grow old. I believe that it’s always a gift to be in the midst of such beauty so rarely seen, if at all, away from the mountains.
Bus to Digos City (New Terminal) – Php60.00-Php80.00 each (One way)
Tricycle from Digos City New Terminal to Old Terminal – Php10.00 each
Van to Kapatagan – Php100.00 each (We skipped this since we opted for the habal-habal)
Habal-habal – Php300.00/habal-habal (One way. Each can fit 3-4 apart from the driver. We decided to go by pairs so we paid Php150.00 each)
Camp Sabros All-Rides Package – Php550.00 (inclusive of 380m tandem ride, cable lift ride, 400m solo ride, 820m solo ride)