Went to Kart Zone to try what? Karting. (Isn't it obvious?)
Their logo sure looks like a Go Kart... or is that a race track?
After giving our Ensogo vouchers, we watched a short video on Karting 101. Afterwards, we were required to rent a balaclava (helmet liner) for Php25. Looking like bank robbers, we were handed our helmets and headed to the race track entrance where the karts are parked.
The race track. Wish I had a helicopter so I could shoot an aerial view.
Pimp my ride!
Whooo! Ghost rider!
This was my first time to try karting and, honestly, it didn't amuse me. Maybe because I'm not a fan of over-speeding or maybe because I was expecting more from my first karting experience. I enjoyed a little bit on the acceleration part, but the short-lived 8 laps of monotonous riding on a short distance circuit isn't worthy of a second try.
Winners! Champions! Feelers! hehe
Php 300 / 8 laps - Single seater
Php 350 / 8 laps - Two seater
If you think 8 laps is too long or Php 300 is too much, on weekdays (Mon - Fri 10AM-2PM) you have these options:
Php 100 / 4 laps - Single seater
Php 150 / 4 laps - Two seater
F Cabahug St,
Brgy Kasambagan, Cebu City
(032) 268 2553
Open daily 10AM-9PM