What better way to top off your Costa Rican experience than to zip through the rain forest from one platform to the next then explore the tree tops walking across on world famous hanging bridges. This Canopy Combo tour has it all.
Included in your zip lining adventure is the famous Tarzan Swing, an 80 meter rappel and a chance to fly like Superman.
You’ll be picked up from your lodging in the beautiful mountainous Monteverde area and brought to the tour headquarters where you will meet your friendly guides. After an initial review of the gear and safety measures, you will be helped into a harness and helmet before heading out into the canopy. Once there, your professional, bilingual guides will demonstrate how to operate the equipment and answer all your questions.
You’ll begin with short cable rides to familiarize yourself with the process of letting go and landing. The eleven platforms you’ll be visiting are built at various heights and various distances throughout this unique tropical woodland environment.
Next you’ll venture on extended cables, including one of the longest zip lines in Central America, that will take you soaring over the forest canopy. You’ll have the added opportunity to try your hand at rappelling 15 meters down landing on a lower platform.
To fly like Superman, the guides will attach two shackles on the back of your harness so you’ll be free to extend your arms and hands while looking down at the amazing lush green earth below. .
Be sure to try the Tarzan Swing, an elasticized rope that will let you swing freely through the air 80 meters down and out and back. These heart stopping, jaw dropping adventures are sure to stimulate.
Your last adventure is a hike along 8 suspended hanging bridges connecting you from one tree top canopy to another. With amazing views from amazing heights you’ll have an aerial perspective of life at the top while being among these huge, magnificent hardwood trees.
Transportation to and from your lodging in the Monteverde/Santa Elena area is included as well as the bilingual, professional guides and all needed equipment. Be sure to wear closed toe shoes and long pants recommended.