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Experience the Extreme at Tree Top Adventure

Sick of the same old team buildings which the only result is a protruding belly because of too much alcohol?

Change the way you spend your summer team buildings by trying the first motorized team building facility in the Philippines.

March 21st, Saturday, Tree Top Adventure Subic Bay, held its second press conference with social influencers joined by the local media. The press conference and ribbon cutting was graced by the CEO of Tree Top Adventure, Ms. Camille Montejo.



After the press conference, we were given the privilege to try some of the team building activities. We were surprised to experience how effective the team building facilities are. Results can be measured so it’ll be easier to gauge each team’s performance based on their skill, agility, stamina, patience and of course, team work.

Our group came to Treetop Adventure as 5 complete strangers but came home as good friends. That’s the testimony of how effective this team building facility is.

Here are some of the activities that we tried.

Team Cycling

Team must cycle their way through a computer-generated course, consisting of climbs and drops. A team leader can be assigned to help finish the race, either against time or against another team.


Multi-Line Traverse

Team members must cross the bridges using only the ropes provided the shortest time possible. Strategy is important to ensure everyone gets across.


Team See-Saw

Team members must balance themselves on top of a giant see-saw the shortest time possible. They must figure out the right spacing that would balance the differences in their weights.


Dance Revo 

Team members must complete a certain dance sequence the shortest time possible. Synchronized steps result to a faster time. A team leader can be assigned to ensure the dance moves are done properly.


Tree Top Adventure seeks to promote team work through various activities. Their activities were designed to engage values (ie. patience, coordination, communication, etc.). which can be best exercised in groups comprised of members such as office mates, team mates, orgmates, or even just your barkada.

These activities are presented as packages you can choose from. Both packages are inclusive of facilitators and Team Building kits.

1.) Php 800.00/head     – 8 activities (any combination) 
2.) Php 1,200.00          – 12 activities + meals


List of Activities (12):
Spike Valley, Dance Revo, Team Cycling, Dragonboat, Loop Lift, Team See-saw, Gem Drop, Bar Balancer, Multi-line Traverse, Team lanyard, Centepede Pedal and Team Wall.

Before the day ends, we tried several extreme activities also being offered at Tree Top Adventure.

Superman

If you’re at Tree Top Adventure, you shouldn’t miss trying the first motorized zip line in Asia that can travel back and forth.


Canopy

Take a tour into the woods by riding the canopy.


Silver surfer

Swing with your buddy and take pictures of the forest safely with the Silver surfer


He makes it look really easy


Overcome your fear of heights with this heart stopping Tree drop.

By the end of the year, Tree top adventure will add ten more exciting activities to satisfy your craving for the extreme.

Around the area are also barracks from the old naval base.







There are more than 50 of these around the camp that will be renovated and converted into comfy rooms to accommodate guest.
  



For more details, you may reach us through alainealejandrino@gmail.com.




Enjoy the rest of the week,


Migs and Alaine



8 Comments

  1. Looks cool, however parang mejo onti ata amenities? We are currently looking for a place for out team building..

    • Hi Jocris! I think 12 team building activities and 6 extreme activities are more than enough. We only tried a few and it almost took the entire day. Tree Top is inside Jest Camp and they can accommodate large groups…you can even go trekking inside. 🙂 They are also planning to expand and add 10 more activities.

  2. Cool alternative to the usual Team Building I've been hearing about, have only worked from home after college so.

    Thanks for sharing, will tell the husband about this one for his team.

  3. I've been hearing about the JEST camp for years now pero until today never really thought much about it! Ang cool ng activities! If only I had a team to have a team building with, though haha

  4. Medyo nakakalula tingnan but worth trying for me. Bookmarked and shared 😀

  5. I want to try the Zip line & the tree drop , meron kasi akong fear of heights.hahaha. I will recommend this to my team kapag may planong team building in the near future. =)

  6. The activities look Scary pero exciting. I guess i'll just stick with Dance Revo. haha

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