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The P3-million project once completed will be Asia’s longest Zipline. 

Asia’s longest Zipline construction in progress eclipsing the 840-meter Dahilayan Zipline in Bukidnon. The zipline design will start at its highest point in Camp Manuel Yan and will descend 1,500 meters down to Hijo River, according to Christine T. Dompor, provincial tourism officer. She added that preparatory works are underway and the zipline construction is estimated to be completed later this year.
 
The zipline layout are among the developments introduced to the sprawling 100-hectare army camp which has been declared as an eco-tourism park. Aside from facilities in the camp, they are also looking into developing the nearby Hijo River to complement the tourism attractions in the area.Tree parks, an Indigenous People’s Village, a 3-kilometer trekking trail, a deer sanctuary, a heroes park are among the facilities currently being developed by the Army in the camp as part of the efforts to develop it into an eco-tourism park.
 
 

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