Camp Sabros

Camp Sabros is the ultimate destination for those who want a thrill-seeking adventure. This famous attraction is located at Sitio Barras, Brgy. Kapatagan, Digos City and was launched in December of 2007, it has enjoyed tremendous popularity that tourists from other parts of the country flock here. There is more in store here for you, so here are some information that will help you plan out a vacation to Camp Sabros.

This eco-adventure destination is approximately 2-3 hours away from Davao City, depending on whether you choose to commute or take a private vehicle. If you are going to commute, you can ride a bus bound for Digos City at the Ecoland Terminal. Once you reach the Digos City Terminal, hire a tricycle to take you to the old Digos Terminal. You will find more vans there that will bring you to Camp Sabros.

If you are driving your own vehicle, follow the National Highway leading to Digos City until you see the “Welcome to the Lion City of Digos” sign and take the right road as soon as you see a fork at the road. Turn right to the first road you will find there and follow the sign that says “This way to Kapatagan”. This will be a 25-kilometer drive until you reach the checkpoint at Sitio Barras and that is where you will find Camp Sabros. Additional travel tips: make sure that you take an SUV or four-wheel vehicle to make it easier to navigate through the rough road, which can be difficult to pass, especially if it is raining.

The site of Camp Sabros offers cold weather all year round because it is 3,980 feet above sea level. It is most famous for its zipline attraction, wherein it offers two of the country's longest zip lines at 380 and 400 meters long. Both zip lines are 180 feet off the ground! They do offer promos during off-peak seasons, so those interested should be on the lookout for that.

You can get a promo package for all rides at PhP 300 per person, which includes 2 tandem rides at the 380-meter zip line, 1 solo ride at the 400-meter zip line, and a cable lift ride. If you want to opt for individual rides, the prices are as follows: cable lift ride at PhP 100/pax, tandem zipline ride at PhP 150/pax, solo zipline ride at PhP 300/pax, and all rides including the top rappel at PhP 500/pax.

There are also cottages available for overnight accommodations for those who wanted to stay in the location for longer. Prices for these cottages range from PhP 1,500 to PhP 2,000 per night. There are no corkage fees or entrance fees, however. You can bring your own food and drinks to the resort without incurring additional fees. Although guests are allowed to stay overnight, the zipline facilities are open only from 8 AM to 5.30 PM.

Camp Sabros is nestled at a strategic location that offers guests with a cold weather throughout the year and a panoramic view of the nearby Mt. Apo. Whether you are traveling here for the adventure or the ability to embrace nature (or both!), you will not be disappointed. In fact, you might find yourself wanting to come back!


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