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Zip lining in Costa Rica

Jungle Zip Lining

Once on the canopy you will experience the magnificent views of a peaceful farm as well as spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. As you are enjoying your tour, through 800 acres of primary forest (old wood), 250 acres of secondary forest (new wood), 350 acres of tree-lined pastures, six rivers, multiple natural springs and two sets of waterfalls, you are likely to observe many of our diverse wildlife.  Monkeys and birds are plentiful but deer and puma also share this natural habitat.



Originally introduced during the 1970s, zip-lines have developed into one of the country’s most popular and widespread activities. Composed of steel cables and platforms strung at various heights between trees, they offer travelers a unique means of accessing beautiful and remote natural areas.  You can find zip-lines all over Costa Rica, but some of the best are found at Monteverde, Rincon de la Vieja and Nearby Rio Seco.

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