EXTREME ADRENALINE AWAITS
Extreme Adventure is synonymous with extreme adrenaline! If you’ve got the courage, Extreme Adventure has the facilities, trainers and equipment. This facility is not for the faint at heart, in fact, you get to do things that are normally reserved for elite military groups or for those on Fear Factor.
Most of the activities at Extreme Adventure are designed for groups in order to promote teambuilding and encourage project or company employees to work together for common goals. You can either experience these individually or sign-up for specific desired tests-of-courage or do the entire course. These challenges are actually ideal for building courage and to build trust and harmony between the individual team members, but some can also be used on an individual basis to experience the thrill of a lifetime as a true jungle adventurer.
All of the instructors/guides at Extreme Adventure are of the fully trained, patient and have years of experience in these types of adventure exercises. The equipment (cables, harnesses, ropes…) are of the highest-standard and tensile strength to ensure your safety. Every possible precaution is upheld in guiding you through one or all of the adventures.
A few of the activities are listed below. There are both low element exercises and high element exercises. The low and high element activities are used to address multiple interpersonal and behavioral issues of the participants. Low element exercises are all independently powerful tools that can be used for preparing the participants for the high element exercises.
SLIDE FOR LIFE (CANOPY SLIDE)
Here you climb a stairway to the top of a large tree. You secure your harness; your assistant connects you to a cable system in preparation to transverse a distance of over 100 meters of dense tropical jungle 20 meters below. You must surrender your fear on this test of courage as gravity will propel you extremely fast alongside large trees and foliage. If you ever wondered what it was like to be Indiana Jones, this is the challenge for you.
THE HANGING BRIDGE
A high-adventure cable and old wooden-slates bridge suspended over lush tropical jungle foliage, at a height of 100 feet at one point. You need to walk over this bridge in order to get to the second canopy slide. The bridges are actually suspended over the canopy slide at one point. The bridge experience is one definitely one out of a Hollywood high-adventure production.
This exercise is designed to facilitate a very powerful team bonding activity. The main objective is for the entire team to climb over to the other side. Rules may vary depending on behavioral matrix of the team.
THE TRUST FALL
This challenge incorporates a simple elevated platform that has room for a participant and a facilitator/instructor. An individual stands and falls-back from the platform into the waiting arms of his/her teammates.
THE HIGH LADDER
These are 4 to 5 consecutive telephone rungs that can be interpreted as a gigantic ladder. Spaced about 5 feet apart, the participants’ climb the ladder all the way to the rope at the top of the unit without falling. This is more difficult than it sounds.
THE LOW “V” AND HIGH “V”
An exercise involving two individuals working as teammates whose physical objective is to reach the widest end of the “V” without falling off the high-suspension cables. The High “V” is exactly the same as the low “V” but the structure is raised to a minimum height of 35 feet above the ground.
Using the same rigging and construction as the High “V”, this exercise is again for two teammates. The objective is for each trusting buddy-pair to hold onto each end of a multilane rope that is hanging downward. While doing so, the team must traverse to the wider end of the foot cable at a height of 35 feet.
THE POLE JUMP
A single swaying telephone pole awaits you with small horizontal hand and foot holds by the sides and a circular moving disk at the top. The objective is for each participant to climb the pole and manage to stand on the moving disk without falling. A leather ball is also dangled at a distance overhead which the participant must jump and touch.
A horizontal 20 foot telephone pole situated 40 feet above the ground. Each participant is given the opportunity to walk on the pole from point “A” to point ‘”B”.
Two vertically parallel cables raised to a minimum height of 35 feet above the ground. The top cable is fixed with hanging multilane ropes whose distance gets farther apart as you move towards the final point. The bottom cable is used as a traverse point
ADDRESS AND PHONE
Extreme Adventure Park
Freeport Services Corporation Amusement Park
Upper MAU FSC Tourism
Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Zambales, Philippines 2222