Agas-Agas Bridge in Southern Leyte will become the Country’s Extreme Sports Tourist Destination

Written on August 10, 2009 – 4:44 am | by Etravel |

There is the newest tourist attraction in the country that is located in Eastern Visayas. If you are an extreme sports enthusiasts and loves adventure, then surely this is a kind of place for you. This newest man-made tourist attraction is the Agas-Agas Bridge which ca be found in Southern Leyte. This bridge is the highest bridge in the Philippines where it provides a significant link to motorist from Luzon to Mindanao.

The Agas-Agas bridge was inaugurate by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo last August 9, 2009. The bridge was constructed between the two mountains and traverses along the Mahaplag-Sogod section of the Tacloban-Liloan Road. It gives motorists breathtaking view and beautiful scenery which gives an excellent potential to tourism. The Agas-Agas bridge also offers a great potential for to become a haven of extreme sports for people who loves bungee jumping, paramotor, downhill skateboarding and zipline rapelling and other extreme sports. The Agas-Agas bridge will boast up tourism Southern Leyte because foreign and local visitors will enjoy the excitement of extreme sports at the same time will see the natural panoramic and enchanting beauty of the of the mountains and rivers around it.

The Agas-Agas bridge project project was constructed by Philippine-Japan Highway Loan – Project Monitoring Office. This bridge is surrounded by natural tourist attraction with panoramic views of the mountains and rivers. The construction of the Agas-Agas is very modern. The 90-meter Agas-Agas bridge will become as one of the extreme sports tourist destination in the Philippines.

All extreme sports enthusiasts are invited to check out the bridge’s sky-scraping height and bungee jump 30 stories down from the 90-meter high bridge and enjoy the beautiful scenery that surrounds the Agas-Agas bridge.

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  1. 5 Responses to “Agas-Agas Bridge in Southern Leyte will become the Country’s Extreme Sports Tourist Destination”

  2. By larry mateo on Jan 8, 2010 | Reply

    Pls provide rates and reservation info on Agas-Agas bridge extreme sports programs. Is this now the longest zipline in Philippines compared to other ziplines inBohol and Davao?

    salamat po.

  3. By stef on Feb 19, 2010 | Reply

    sana mkapunta aq jan…..

  4. By Julio B. Elle, Jr. on Jun 16, 2010 | Reply

    This Agas-Agas Bridge is one of the legacies of the Arroyo Administration that cannot be forgotten
    by all Leytenos. Thank you very much Madam President.

  5. By elmer on May 12, 2011 | Reply

    the highest zipline in the country ever

  6. By jo ann on May 20, 2011 | Reply

    ang saya ko talaga, dito ako first time na ng-zipline………..sana maging mabilis ang pgtapos

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