Feb. 08, 2008
Eden Nature Park remembrance I will never forget.
Eden Nature Park can be dangerous if you're not watching your every steps. When we were touring the 60-hectares and was at Tinubuan falls [@ picture...]
After taking this picture I slipped (Y_Y)
I wasn't aware that we shouldn't be stopping there but the shuttle did stop and we took some pictures, when I step near the falls the ground was fine and not slippery but when I was going on side and step my crutches near the statue I slipped right away in an instant I hit my chin on the ground. And realize it was full of algae and soft soil. The tourist guide never gave us any warning like "this is not a stop point because the ground here's very slippery" all I heard was "hurry up, take pictures".
Tourist guide should know better of the entire Eden Nature Park since that's there main job on the first place.
To top it all NO FIRST AID was at hand with the tourist guide nor in their shuttle to think Eden Nature Park can be dangerous in when your in the tour (middle of the forest like park!).
It's my first time there so I really had no idea. From what I saw in the net the place was safe but I heard that there were many accidents.
For those reading this I would advice that you carry your own first aid if ever you visit this nice dangerous place.
Eden Nature Park Remembrance
Eden Nature Park