Experience the spectacular scenery of St. Lucia while flying through the air. Tantalize your sense of adventure as you zip over the lush vegetation on 500 ft (150 meters) of cable, giving you the thrill of a lifetime while you enjoy a bird's eye view of the stunning tropical jungle!
- Rainforest canopy adventure in St. Lucia
- Over 500 feet (150 meters) of ziplines
- Breathtaking bird's eye views of the rainforest and lush tropical vegetation
- Complimentary pickup and drop off from most Vieux Fort and North Island hotels
What You Can Expect
A short scenic drive along St. Lucia's east coast brings you to the welcome center situated in the heart of the rainforest. For those less inclined to meandering along a forest trail, but would rather seek a more thrilling adventure, there is little that compares to zipping along 500 ft (150 meters) of cable at heights ranging from 30 ft (10 meters) to 50 ft (15 meters).
Enjoy a bird's eye view of the rain forest as you glide over tree tops and rivers and feel the thrill of "flying" through lush tropical vegetation. Reawaken your sense of adventure on this stunningly breathtaking ride which will leave you with a renewed appreciation of nature. Return to the start up point where you'll join the bus for the scenic ride back to the hotel.
- This tour is not suitable for persons with heart ailments or physically challenged persons
Great staff! Very friendly and informative. The zipline was exhilerating!
My teenage son and I had a great time. It was worth it even though it was raining. Our guides - Annie, baby! and Chubby - were wonderful and provided a lot of background information during the van ride to and from Dennery. They would stop occasionally so we could get photos - bread fruit trees, pineapple, a small boa constrictor at the side of the road near a broken coconut, etc. I discovered there is a zipline closer to the Northern resorts, near Castries, but I think going to Dennery was better - we saw a lot of St. Lucian life on the trip, and the zipline system in Dennery is a series of 12 lines, and felt quite professionally done. The only downside is that the winding roads of St. Lucia can make you nauseated if you're prone to car sickness.
Personally I did not rate this particular activity. There are 20 different lines you zip along of different heights and lengths. After the first 7/8 it felt a bit like same old thing again. Also I found it tricky to be looking around at the vegetation and at the same time avoid the tree branches, some of which get quite close as you are zipping along.
Others in our group thought it was fantastic, but personally I did not rate it.