Visual Diary: Phillip's Sanctuary (Antipolo, Philippines)

Here's a travel visual diary of the activities I experienced at Phillip's Sanctuary. Since I stayed overnight at Villa Elisha, I had an access to try out a few facilities such as their obstacle course and their zipline!

I had so much fun at this eco-adventure mountain resort because I can't figure out if I have a fear of heights or if it was just a matter of the situation I am in. Because when I did a construction site visit once, I was extremely scared and my legs were wobbling when I was walking pass the really narrow 1 foot concrete pavement to reach the 2nd floor, no harness and all, no railings yet on the staircase, just a piping or something to hold on to as means of support. So my butt was really twisting that moment. hahaha. However though, trying out the high ropes at Phillip's Sanctuary was really fun and I enjoyed it a lot!

Public Pool at Phillip's Sanctuary


Okay. Just a little disclaimer. We just took photos here and didn't really do the activities. Hence, here I am doing ballet in every photos. hehe. Just can't keep my feet on the ground, i guess? :)

Where art thou Romeo? hahaha.

I must say, Phillip's Sanctuary is a beautiful place to take good photos! Really love the forest vibes.

Before the team building activity starts, Phillip's Sanctuary will brief you because their priority is your safety. 

The smallest group they will accept for the team building is 16 people though. 


We actually tried doing the high ropes activities and it was so fun! As I was saying earlier, I thought I had a fear of heights but I guess it was just a matter of situation. hahaha.


It was my first time to try zip lining and it was extremely fun! I would love to do it again and again and again! :)

Glad to meet these wonderful travel bloggers (plus my mom who came with me. hehe) over the weekend!

ALSO READ: Villa Elisha Staycation

If you're looking for your team building venue, do check out Phillip's Sanctuary!


Address: Pestaño Farm Trail, Antipolo, Rizal

via commute:

From Cubao/Starmall Shaw :  
1.  Take a jeep/van to Cogeo and go down at Cogeo Market.
2.  Then ride a jeep named “Paenaan” and go down at Cabading. From Cabading, ride a tricycle and tell the driver to take you at Phillip's Sanctuary


Take a jeep named “Pintong Bocaue” and tell the driver that you will go down at Phillip’s Sanctuary. There will be a short walk  to get to the Sanctuary.

Disclaimer: Majority of the photos in this post are mine. However, there are some which I grabbed from Rizanoia and Thea's Travel.


Rae Abigael J. Caacbay is a young creative who went through a quarter life crisis by the end of 2016. Though she's still lost, she keeps on moving forward anyway as a ballerina, visual artist, lifestyle blogger, and a BS Interior Design graduate based in the Philippines.


  1. Haha I love all your poses. This looks like a lot of fun!

  2. Ciao, molto belle queste foto, buona serata.

  3. It looks like you had a healthy workout during your adventure, did some lovely ballet poses and had a wonderful time there! Riding the zip lines looks like it was a real rush!

    1. I really had a wonderful time! thank you! :)

  4. Amazing post <3 *_* Great photos! Bravo!!

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  5. I love this kind of adventure park !
    Seems like you had so much fun §

  6. You are such an adventurer! Always having so much fun xx

  7. This looks like a really cool place to visit! :) xx

    1. it really is! great for team building as well

  8. seems like funn

  9. It must be a beautiful place! :)

  10. Great adventure


  11. Wow! Amazing photos as always!!!
    Have a nice day!

  12. beautiful serene place to visit..

  13. Thanks for the interesting post, dear) Have a nice day)

  14. Thanks for the interesting post, dear) Have a nice day)

  15. Such an amazing place underneath the trees! Great place for the whole family and friends.

    Jessica |