When I went back to JEST Camp last March, aside from the JEST Camp Hunger Games, we also tried three out of the four Sky Adventures:
Aerial Adventure - I’ll never get tired of trying Aerial Adventure, done this on the first and still worth-it to do it again and again.
Goliath Swing/ Sky Flyer - Don’t miss the exhilarating Goliath Swing/ Sky Flyer with two swinging options: sit position or face-down position. And shout your hearts out while swinging over the 350-foot cliff!
Wings of the World- Last but most definitely not the least, don’t miss their “Wings of the World: The Half-a-Thousand-Birds Show”
JEST Camp had a simple bird park back then, now they multiplied and featured more birds and re-named to Magaul Bird Park. The term, Magaul, is taken from
the bird in the story of Malakas and Maganda (literally, Strong One and Beautiful One) which is the Filipino version of Adam and Eve. They, Malakas and Maganda, are said to have sprung from a large bamboo tree pecked by a Sarimanok, magical and mythical bird who brings good luck to anyone who are able to catch it, known as Magaul.
The “Wings of the World: The Half-a-Thousand-Birds Show” most certainly is one of the highlights on our first day. I highly recommend for your friends and family to try see as they feature their half-a-thousand birds!
Find more about the different JEST Camp adventures here.
JEST Camp is located at JEST Area, Upper Mau, Cubi-Triboa, Subic Bay Freeport Zone.
Magaul Bird Park at JEST Camp is open on weekends and public holidays: 11am, 1:30pm and 4pm, weekdays: Winged Wonders' 100 Birds Show 11am and 1:30pm.
For bookings and team building packages, visit www.jestcamp.com, email them at email@example.com, or contact (047)2521489/ 09177964668/ 09985747974/ 09228832761.