Fly underneath the canopy of a Costa Rican rain forest on a zipline adventure. Novice adventurers and adrenaline junkies alike can enjoy this thrilling aerial experience soaring down galvanized steel cables at up to 37 miles (60 kilometers) per hour and gain a bird's eye view of the lush foliage below.
Embark on a zipline adventure just below the rain forest canopy
Fly down a series of eight galvanized steel cables while secured in a harness, helmet, and reinforced gloves
Immerse yourself among the lush flora and fauna of one of the world’s most biodiverse countries
Choose from four departure times to find one that best suits your schedule
Round-trip transportation from your hotel in the area included
Meet your guide at your hotel before your chosen morning or afternoon departure time (see schedule options). Upon arrival at the park, gear up in your harness and wait for your individual equipment safety check from a guide, all of whom are certified in first aid and vertical rescue.
Climb up to a 42-foot-high (13 meter) platform to begin your adventure. Glide down eight galvanized steel cables ranging from 262 to 2,460 feet (80 to 750 meters) long, each bumping up your adrenaline and offering a bird’s eye view of the verdant tropical rain forest below.
Between cables, enjoy the view from the departure platforms, five of which are built into trees to offer exceptional views of Costa Rica’s beauty. Also take this time to ask any questions you might have about local wildlife to your guides, all of whom have extensive knowledge about Costa Rica’s environment.
Take a break from flying down cables to enjoy complimentary bottled water and juicy tropical fruits. Return to your hotel at the end of your treetop adventure.
Reviews by Viator travelers
So glad I did this
, May 2019
If you are like me, you are terrified of heights. I came soooo close to backing out but the guides were very professional and reassuring as well as adding some good wit. My 9YO loved it and ooooooooohhhhhh s still begging to go again, the Tarzan swing was a rush like no other (that one, I did chicken out on) but my son loved it. Defenetly reccomend