JEST Camp: Butterfly Garden, Bird Discovery & Giant Swing – Part 2

Sunday, April 27, 2014


As a continuation of my journey to the JEST Camp, here’s the part 2. If you’ve missed out the Part 1 on where you can learn something about survival on the jungle then visit my post here.  Meanwhile, let me share with you the adventure we had after being taught on how to survive on a jungle by Kuya Ed. Right after that session, we went to the Butterfly Garden. Yeah, JEST Camp is also perfect for team building, educational field trip and if you’re looking for something unique and yet adventurous then JEST Camp is perfect for that.

Butterfly Garden
What I'm wearing: Button down from Classioré | tote bag from Trove | shoes from Anthology | swatch watch
Butterfly Garden
Butterfly Garden was quite huge though that time butterflies were hard to find, that time, I also forgot to bring cologne or perfume to attract them. What a not-so-perfect timing though! But hep, hep, hep, alas I was able to captured one, a black butterfly.

Bird Discovery Museum

Afterwards, we went to the Bird Discovery Museum. What a perfect place for kids and kids-at-heart. Calling schools administration, you can now replace those not-so-safe itinerary with these fun-filled and yet educational place. I bet, these can be beneficial to the both parties – students and teachers and school admin perhaps.

inside Bird Discovery Museum

Furthermore, the most interesting part in the camp that would make your adrenaline rushes is the Giant Swing. Well, I haven’t tried it yet because that day my stomach was not acting well. I’d rather not-to-try it than to vomit or faint afterwards (reasons!). Ha-ha. Anyways, I just enjoyed the scenic view on the Giant Swing. 

photo-ops in Giant Swing with Shawn
Giant Swing and the view!
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Just in time for lunch, fellow bloggers also done with their thrilling experience on the Giant Swing. We went back to the restaurant and feasted on the foods that served to us! All of the foods were cooked using the bamboo that also gives an extraordinary sumptuous taste.

Liempo, Chicken something (I forgot what's the name, lol)

By the way, you must eat these foods! It’s a must try! So, better include these menus on your tour package. Meanwhile, stay tuned to my last but not the least Part 3 post. (“,)

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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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