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    Cebu Eco-Tourism: Gaas Eco Adventure Park Cafe

    Tutubi's posting information about this relatively new eco-tourism attraction in Cebu as he totally supports ecotourism ventures to protect the environment, wean people away from destructive ways; turn them to custodians and stakeholders of the environment.

    This is just an FYI post, no feedback, pictures and review of Gaas Eco Adventure Park can be found here :P


    Gaas Eco Adventure Park Cafe

    Location: Transcentral Highway in Gaas, Balamban, Cebu. conceptualized in 2000 by a group called Gama or Gaas Magsaysay Eco-Tourism.

    Entrance Fee: PhP100.00 on weekdays; PhP150.00 on weekends

    Restaurant Food/native dishes at PhP150.00 price per serving.

    Telephone Number: None so far (please leave a comment if you know the
    contact number or official website)


    600 meters zipline (yeah, lots of them in PH these days, zipline
    country), with equipment reportedly ISO rated for safety.

    Wall climbing or rappelling rate: PhP100.00

    de-stress by throwing plates at the stress wall: PhP25.00 per plate (ala tacsiyapo of Isdaan Floating Restaurant in Gerona, Tarlac)

    exploring caves/ Caving / Spelunking: PhP250.00 per person complete with caving gear

    Waterfalls guided tours: PhP650 for five people (just for the tour guide)

    Tour of Mt. Manunggal can be arranged with the tour guide

    In Planning Stage:

    Overnight accommodations. No room rates for now

    Areas for horseback-riding and “glamping” or glamour camping

    target="_blank" >Inquirer.Net

    Please leave a comment if you've been there and possibly a link to your own blogpost and review of Gaas Eco Adventure Park Cafe, how to get there directions and other useful information.

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:56 PM,


    At May 31, 2011, 11:59:00 AM, Anonymous Sarah Lucena said...

    Good day!
    This is Sarah of WebXpress, Inc.
    I would love to visit your adventure park with my friends at work in June.
    I wonder if you have already a website?
    If not yet, can I email my web devt proposal?
    I work as Mktg Specialist for WebXpress, Inc. an outsourcing web developing company located here at the 17/F i3 Bldg.,Asiatown, I.T. Park, Lahug, Cebu City.

    You may want to view our website at or call us at 238-9760. You can email me too at

    Wish to hear from you.

    Thanks and regards.

    At Jul 27, 2012, 6:28:00 PM, Anonymous Eco-Adventure Tour said...

    Thanks for sharing about this place would love to visit here.


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