The one-and-a-half-minute ride on the longest zipline in the Philippines starts 150 feet above sea level and ends on a sandy beach. The view of the South China Sea – as you zip over it – is hard to beat, but travelers are going so fast that they tend to be focused on looking straight ahead. Grab a cocktail on the other end.
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