July 31, 2018 5:23 pm

Let’s Explore SandBox!

SandBox is regarded as the place for outdoor family fun. This two-hectare adventure destination provides a unique selection of facilities that will provide an unforgettable experience for everyone.

SandBox recently opened two new attractions. Splash Tub, a 1,200-sqm water obstacle course, promises game-winning fun at every step where the whole family can enjoy. This 11-obstacle course facility will have a Challenger course for adults that include inflatable Ball Traverse, Wreckers, Over & Under and more. Little Warriors will also have a kiddie challenge area at Splash Tub. A lounge pool, shower and changing areas are available for visitors. Guests can join the Aqua Dash where they will be grouped into four, run through the course as fast as possible and check their time on the scoreboard.

SandBox features a new race track with five different layouts, including a kiddie track for young ones to safely enjoy the sport. Operated by City Kart Racing, the complex offers kart rentals, karting clinics, and even motorbike rentals. The new complex will soon be the site for competitions as the race track is the biggest karting complex in the country and it will hold international competitions in the near future.

Home to the country’s first roller coaster zipline, SandBox keeps adventure seekers coming with its giant swing, aerial walk, and outdoor archery range. The Adventure Tower, which gives stunning mountain views and fresh air, lets visitors enjoy wall climbing, free fall and the rappelling. ATV/UTV rides through the naturally rolling landscape allow drivers experience Alviera’s bountiful environment.

Amenities like indoor play areas by L’il People and dining outlets by Morgan’s Comfort Food and Monster Milkshake serving Kapampangan food and refreshing drinks are open for SandBox visitors.

To know more about SandBox, you can visit https://www.alviera.ph/sandbox/. For inquiries, you may email us at info@alviera.ph or contact us at 0917 803 3099 or (045) 432 0014.

 

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