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Mini-survival training activity- Seahorse tours
The Aetas are a nomadic mountain tribe who has lived in the area for centuries. During the Vietnam War and afterwards, the Aetas taught their skills to US military including Marines, Navy seals and Special Forces units at the Jungle Environment Survival Training (JEST) Camp When the US military departed the Philippinesthe JEST camp was converted to teach non-military students. Under the SBMA, The Aetas still teach at the JEST, and act as jungle guides and forest rangers. Our mini-survival adventure introduces you to the Aetas. We will head to the Binictican district and the Pamulaklakin forest trail. Here,Your Aetas guide will take you along the trail pointing out the animal and plants along the route, including tips on survival techniques. The highlight of the hike will be seeing how the Aetas have lived for the last few hundred years many of them still living like that today, a nomad tribe living in the jungles of Subic Bay. A demonstration of survival tips will be given after the hike After your hike into the jungle, the next task is the Ultimate Adventure located at the Treetop Adventure Park. Here participants, slide from tree to tree in a harness and a system of metal cables, face down. The series of slides gives you a thrilling view of the jungle from a very unique perspective. Soar from tree to tree covering 5 platforms, cross 4 suspension bridges and 5 cable lines up to 450 feet long and 100 feet high. Those who are not up to the challenge of the slide can take the cable ride. The bridge follows the same route as the sliders but closer to the ground. this half day Tour includes: jungle hike, Ultimate adventure, survival demonstration , tour guide, and transportation
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Suite I, Coldwater Creek building, Greenwood Park, SBF, Philippines, 2200