Experience The Thrill In This Giant Hammock Suspended Above A Rainforest
Around 30 miles from Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, you will find the biggest hammock ever hanging above rainforest.
The giant hammock is one of the main attractions of Masungi Georeserve, a 1600-hectare conservation area in Tanay, Rizal. It is a protected area and rock garden managed by a passionate environmental group and the goal is to preserve Masungi’s pristine conditions.
Masungi’s suspended hammock is a perfect place to relax and to take pictures of the reserve forest, home to splendid limestone formations and a sanctuary to various species of flora and fauna.
The gigantic spider web platform of the geopark is also one of the favorite places to take pictures. It is made of cable wires, which allows for a perfect viewing of the Sierra Madre, the largest mountain range in the Philippines, and Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country.