Being an adventurer at heart, I am constantly searching for exciting and distinctive locations that provide a one-of-a-kind experience. And the Adventure Resort in Bulacan did not disappoint me during my most recent visit.
If you’re searching for an exciting day trip from Manila, check out this themed resort in Sitio Gulod, Barrio Tigbe Norzagaray, Bulacan. The resort is home to a 125-foot-tall replica of Paris’ Eiffel Tower. But this isn’t just any tower; it’s a rappelling tower that allows visitors to climb to the top. Those not feeling up to the hike can still reach the tower’s first and second levels and take in the resort’s expansive vista.
These statues with Greek-inspired greeted me at the Adventure Park Area. Among the striking sculptures graced the park was the replica of Venus de Milo and the exciting set of statues showing the four goddesses of the seasons—Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn. The iconic Statue of Liberty, which had a miniature version in the park, was impossible to miss.
The Eiffel Tower replica is, of course, the Adventure Resort in Bulacan’s main attraction. You have a limit of three hours to visit the tower and the resort after paying the Php100 entrance fee per person. And let me tell you, three hours was not enough time to explore everything the resort offers in terms of fun and adventure.
I couldn’t help but feel excited and exhilarated as I made my way up the tower. The ascent wasn’t too challenging, and when I reached the summit, I was rewarded with a stunning panorama of the entire resort. The tower was not only a rappelling tower; it also had a viewing deck from which I could see everything at the resort, including the enormous pools and other attractions, in their natural setting.
My allotted three hours quickly passed, and it was time to go. But I was confident I would return soon to explore the rest of the resort.
The Adventure Resort in Bulacan is simple to get by public transit if you are traveling there from Manila. To get to Adventure Resort, you must ask the bus driver at the Sapang Palay-bound bus station at the Doroteo Jose LRT. It’s that simple!
The resort’s regular hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Friday through Sunday, with extended hours until 4:00 a.m. for visitors who want to take advantage of the resort’s nighttime activities.
I had a great time during my trip to Bulacan’s Adventure Resort. You don’t get to climb an Eiffel Tower replica and take a panoramic view of a gorgeous resort daily. Adventure Resort in Bulacan is a must-visit if you’re searching for a thrilling day trip from Manila or a weekend break with friends and family. You won’t regret it, I promise!