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Tierra Alta


Tierra Alta


After witnessing the majestic view of Twin Lake, we're bound to our next destination - Tierra Alta.

The Tierra Alta is a post residential district that opened last 2012. It is open to the public and guests can ride the zipline for 250php per pax and go swimming for 500php per pax (200php of which is consumable at the Tierra Cafe) or just roam around the area and take a snap photos for 50php entrance fee. It is located at Palinpinon Road Valencia, 1 kilometer away from Dumaguete city and also it is one of the highest points in the area.

It was the lighthouse at the top of the hill the reason why we went here. At the top of the lighthouse, as we expected the view was even more smashing. There were mountains that surrounded us, Dumaguete at the other side and a river that ran as long as my eyes could see.

The Rust Zipline
  • 600 meters of dual zipline
  • operated by professional and trained staff
  • 4 riding styles
  • big discount on group booking
  • operates from Tuesday to Sunday (9AM - 6PM)

HOW TO GET THERE

From Dumaguete, simply boarded a passenger jeepney going to Valencia and tell the driver that you will just drop off at Tierra Alta. It was a 15 minute drive from Dumaguete for just 12php and got off at the entrance.

More information

Address : Palinpinon Road Valencia, Negros Oriental
Contact :  09234465293 / (035) 5360096 / (035) 422 2730


Pavilion

Lighthouse

Aquatica

Selfie

https://maps.google.com/maps?q=Palinpinon,+Valencia,+6215+Negros+Oriental,+Philippines@9.312424,123.23790400000007&z=10

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