JEST Camp: Bird Park & Aerial Adventure – Part 3

Monday, April 28, 2014



Howdy Guys and Gals! Finally, here’s the last installment for my 3-part adventure in JEST Camp. You can read back my Part 1 and Part 2 posts hereand here. After our scrumptious lunch we rested for a while and headed to Bird Park and seen several colorful birds.


The horn bill and sunconure birds were just the two among the many colourful birdies that can be found there. Immersing one self’s with nature and God’s wonder is invigorating and a great avenue to unleash the stress. It’s a kind of experience that one’s able to refresh, motivate and inspire without even knowing.  Well, it is just one of the Mother Earth’s gazillion unexplainable wonders.


After some time of posing, twittering, giggling and chirping, ha-ha, we headed to the Aerial Adventure.  

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What I love about Aerial Adventure here in JEST Camp is it was made around big trees giving you the needed shade plus a bit cooler while doing the obstacles. It was fun and adventurous thing to do. Haven’t done this for ages, thus, I made sure that I was able to try it even though I am not prepared. Talking about preparedness is that when someone has the right clothing and shoes to do so. Mine was not advisable but if you insist please do it with care. In addition to that, it was a fun aerial adventure. You should try it when you visit the camp. Sweats, fears… you can surpass it and at the end of the line, you’re the strongest and bravest ever!


In addition to that, JEST Camp also offers an overnight stay. It has rooms and barracks good for groups. Well, I still like the idea of an overnight camp in a jungle, am looking forward to that, anytime soon. That’s it! Hope you enjoy reading and looking at the photos of my 3-part adventure to JEST Camp. 

Thank you so much Adventura for inviting me over and making this adventure possible. You’re such a great travel buddy!


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J.E.S.T Camp
Upper Mau, Cubi-Triboa Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Zambales, Philippines 2200
For more details, visit JEST Camp’s accounts – Facebook | Website.
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Hugs & Kisses,
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