"The Rush" Bike Zipline
Bike your way midair and get a breath-taking 360-degree view of the Chocolate Hills. Fear not, because this 550-meter long round-trip
bike zip is secured with the use of state-of-the-art safety equipment. The first of its kind in Bohol, feel the southern breeze against
your face as you pedal your way 150-feet above the most picturesque view of the Chocolate Hills.
NOTE: Bike Zip is for ages 6 years old and up. And at least 4ft. in height.
"The Wave Runner" Surf Zipline
The first and only surfing zipline in Asia and maybe in the world. Enjoy surfing over the hills on a surfboard. Imagine yourself hovering
230 ft high, in Hawaiian shirt and lei as you weave through the hills and view the magnificent Chocolate Hills just as if you were
surfing the waves in Maui.
Tree Top Rope Challenges
Test your mind and body coordination as you dare yourself to complete these tree top rope courses.
Our high, mid rope course challenge offers different levels of difficulty for both young and young at heart.
For kids from 6-12 years of age who are also thrill-seekers, they can participate in the low rope course, the Gymnaskids.
For a full experience, combine the different rope challenges with the RUSH Bike Zipline and you'll definitely get a very good combo deal.
Decagon Tree Top Rope Challenge
For those who are unsure what to take, try our mid level tree top course, The Decagon. A 10 in 1 entry level rope challenge designed to give
you a taste of everything before you move on to our more exhilarating high rope courses.
Children, who are either too young or too small to do the Tree Top Rope Courses, now have a unique set of rope obstacles of their own.
For kids 6-12 years of age who have an adventurous spirit can already do the kid's version of the Burma Loop, Vine Walk, Balance Beam
and Spider Web. Because of its highly regarded design, kids can safely do the challenges with the assistance of our adventure specialist
and their parents.
NOTE: Gymnaskids Rope Course is for ages 4-12 years old.
"Ang Paru-Paro" Butterfly Garden
"Paru-paro" is the Tagalog term for a butterfly; and because CHAP is very rich with flora and fauna, butterflies are a constant sight in
the park. A simple net structure at the other side of the park serves as a sanctuary for these colorful fluttering creatures; and before
you enter, your guide will give you information about their fascinating life. Once inside, you will easily notice the many flowering
plants, so intended to attract and feed the Paper Kite, the Indian Lacewing and the other species of butterflies abundant in the area.
Chicken & Fish Feeding
Once you enter the short driveway from the park's gate, you will easily notice the small bridge at the center of a beautifully
landscaped garden with a lagoon. With a closer look, you will see that the clear spring water is brimming with schools of Koi, Cat
Fish and Tilapia. You can buy packs of fish floaters which you can freely toss over the pond and see the fishes go up the water surface.
As you wander around CHAP's lush greenery, you can't help but come across one, two or a whole flock of chickens. The most abundant
kind you'll see is the chickens with naked necks or known locally as "Cobra Bantam" chickens. You may feed them with packs of cracked
corn, and find them lining up to follow you around.
Mountain Biking / Horseback Riding
Get close and personal with the Chocolate Hills. Take the challenging but exciting trail as you explore its hidden secrets.
See how God's creation offer livelihood to the people of Carmen. See the rich flora and fauna as you explore the inner secrets
of Chocolate Hills.
Spiderman Wall Climbing
Be like Spiderman and enjoy a challenging climb up the Wall. Bobble and weave your way up to the top and ring the bell.
Tarzan never had it this fun. Shout at the top of your voice before taking the giant leap of faith. Even Jane will surely be impressed with you.
Just before the long flight of steps going up to the Viewing Deck, you'll see a native cabin on your left; this is the park's
Serpentarium. It houses snake species of different colors and sizes. An Albino Python, a Boa Constrictor, an Oriental Whip Snake and a
King Cobra are just some of the reptiles you'll see in this protected area.
Choco Zorb Ball
An exciting addition to the CHAP experience, Choco Zorb Ball is perfect for guests who want adrenaline-pumping activities.
Adventurers are safely strapped inside a big "beach ball"-like orb and are rolled downhill a 100-meter slope. The zorb is made of two
separate thick, strong and flexible plastic layers with at least 2 feet of air in between that absorbs the shock for the riders as they
tumble down a chocolate hill.
Yokuzuna Sumo Wrestling
Put on these thick foam-filled sumo wrestling suits complete with wig helmets, big gloved hands and the Mawashi "diaper-like" belt, and
look like a real 300 lbs sumo wrestler. Each wrestler start at the opposite side of the wrestling mat, and from the signal of the
facilitator, participants can begin to knock over and bump into each other with their fat sumo-bodies.
CHAP Body Ball
Body bumper ball is a fun variation of Yokuzuna sumo wrestling and zorb ball. Bounce, bump and bop with your friends in a 15 by 25 meter
grass field as you out run your opponents by scoring a goal against the opposing team. Just like the big zorb ball, these bumper
balls absorb the shock for the participants so they can freely run into each other or roll to the ground, while being securely strapped
For the nature lovers, CHAP is a luscious green haven where in you can be one with Mother Nature. A 2-hour hiking trail is laid out
near the outskirts of the park for a more awe-inspiring view of the picturesque vista. While trekking your way up and down, you will
see some wild orchids and strangler trees, and even encounter millipedes, tree frogs, fresh water crabs, black-nape oriole, jungle fowl
and other fauna. You may opt to have a guide for a fee or you may be more adventurous and lead yourself out of the trail.
If you want to be close with nature, camping atop this grassy limestone hills would complete your adventure. Experience oneness with
nature as you camp underneath the stars, wake up to the sounds of birds, and see the Chocolate Hills at their best during sunrise.