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Nabenngan Bridge: The Highest Footbridge in the Philippines

Cross the Nabenngan Bridge, the highest footbridge in the Philippines, and experience stunning views of the surrounding mountains and forests.

The Nabenngan Bridge is the highest footbridge in the Philippines. It is located in the remote town of Sadanga in Mountain Province and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and forests.

Clinging to a cliff face 100 meters above a deep gorge, the Nabenngan Bridge is the highest footbridge in the Philippines. Located in the remote town of Sadanga in Mountain Province, it is a popular tourist destination for those seeking an adrenaline rush or a unique and unforgettable experience.

The bridge was built in 2021 and inaugurated in April 2022. It is 320 meters long and made of steel cables and wooden planks. The bridge is suspended over the Nabenngan River, which flows below it.

Clinging to a cliff face 100 meters above a deep gorge, the Nabenngan Bridge is the highest footbridge in the Philippines. Located in the remote town of Sadanga in Mountain Province

Crossing the Nabenngan Bridge is a bit daunting, but the views from the middle are definitely worth it. On a clear day, you can see for miles in every direction. The bridge offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and forests, as well as the river below.

But the real magic happens when you visit the bridge on a foggy morning. As you step out onto the bridge, you'll be surrounded by clouds. It's like walking in heaven.

But the real magic happens when you visit the bridge on a foggy morning. As you step out onto the bridge, you'll be surrounded by clouds. It's like walking in heaven.

The Nabenngan Bridge is more than just a stunning sight. It is also a symbol of peace and hope. The bridge was built by the Philippine National Police (PNP) and the local government of Sadanga. It was funded by donations from several government agencies and stakeholders, as well as by the men and women of the PNP.

The bridge is a reminder that even in the most remote and isolated parts of the Philippines, there is still hope for peace and progress.

The Nabenngan bridge was built in 2021 and inaugurated in April 2022. It is 320 meters long and made of steel cables and wooden planks. The bridge is suspended over the Nabenngan River, which flows below it.

How to get to the Nabenngan Bridge

The Nabenngan Bridge is located in the town of Sadanga in Mountain Province. If you're coming from Manila, you can take a bus to Baguio City. From Baguio City, you can take a bus or van bound to Bontoc. Once in Bontoc, you can take a jeepney to Sadanga.

Once you arrive in Sadanga, the Nabenngan Bridge is a short walk from the town center.

When to visit the Nabenngan Bridge

The best time to visit the Nabenngan Bridge is during the dry season, from November to May. During this time, the weather is clear and sunny, and you'll be able to enjoy the best views of the bridge and the surrounding area.

If you're looking to experience the bridge shrouded in clouds, then the best time to visit is during the early morning hours. The fog usually starts to roll in around 6AM, and by 7AM, the bridge will be completely surrounded by clouds.

Tips for visiting the Nabenngan Bridge

  • Wear sturdy shoes with good traction.
  • Cross the bridge one at a time.
  • Hold on to the handrails at all times.
  • Do not cross the bridge if it is windy or raining.
  • Be sure to bring your camera to capture the stunning views from the bridge.

The Nabenngan Bridge is a truly unique and unforgettable experience. If you're looking for an adrenaline rush or a unique way to experience the beauty of the Philippines, then be sure to add the Nabenngan Bridge to your travel itinerary.

I hope you enjoy visiting the Nabenngan Bridge!


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