There’s a simple reason why zip-lining is so popular in Costa Rica – as soon as you step into the jungle, you’ll realize that most of the action is happening above your head, in the canopy. Birds, monkeys, as well as vibrant plantlife create an entirely separate universe from what you’ll experience on the ground. Take this tour to experience one of the longest zip-lines in the country, as well as an exciting freefall that offers a mini-bungee jump.
- 2 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- Any time between Thu Jan 01 1970 09:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time) and Thu Jan 01 1970 15:30:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
- Inquire for Transportation
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
This zip-lining course comes with extremely sturdy carbon lines. Your experienced guides will provide easy-to-follow instructions for using the automatic bakes – the braking system ensures that you never have to touch the lines, which means you never have pause the sensation that you’re flying. No experience is required for any of these activities, and it’s a suitable activity for travelers ages 5 and up.
Diamante Park’s rides are some of the most exciting ways to go sightseeing in the Guanacaste jungle. The Superman line covers 4,461 feet (1,360 m) — nearly a full mile of zip-lining that comes with an exquisite view of the ocean. The Quick Jump allows you to freefall from a 30-foot (9-m) tower. After these thrilling rides, you’ll have the rest of the day to spend relaxing in the sun.
What to Bring
Comfortable clothes, sunscreen, camera, bug repellent, and comfortable shoes.
Blingual certified guides, superman zip line, and free-fall jump.
Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “BOOKING REQUEST” for full details.
Similar things to do
This expedition at the Buena Vista Lodge allows tour members to enjoy canopy tours and horseback rides, and hot springs all in one day. Oh right and then there is that 400-meter waterslide through the forest.