Canopy zipline Jaco Vista los sueños
The lush rainforest feeling will be part of your scenic one-hour drive from the pier to a private reserve. Along the way, your guide will point out mango, sugar and citrus plantations and farming communities. Your expectations of the Costa Rican rainforest will be fulfilled as you learn about the advances that farmers have made in delivering fresh produce and no doubt appreciate that when you return home to your local food stores.
Upon your arrival to the reserve, you can freshen up and explore before you begin your treetop journey. In the famous Vista los sueños canopy you will be escorted to a series of zip lines that have been designed to cause no harm to the environment while still providing extreme fun and excellent views of the forest from Jaco.
You'll feel like Tarzan (or Jane!) as you zip through Costa Rica's canopy. The adventure starts on a 15-minute ride aboard our specially designed tractor. Once we reach the top of the mountain, our bilingual guides will explain -step by step- all the safety procedures you must follow to enjoy your Zip Line adventure, we then descend to the bottom via a series of zip lines, including 12 platforms and 10 cables with a total cable distance of 3.5 kilometers, among them longest cable in the area (2400 ft.) at the end we will greet you with fresh tropical fruits and cool water. Along the way our professional photographers will capture the best pictures of your adventure, and will have them available for purchase at the end of the tour.
Includes: 15 minutes tractor ride. 10 cables and 12 platforms. Bilingual guides. Insurance and safety equipment. Fruits and water. Breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean.
What To Bring: Comfortable clothes. Sunscreen. Tennis shoes. Sunglasses. Cameras are optional, we provide professional photography service. Departure Times: 8:00am, 9:00am, 10:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, and 3:00pm. Minimum:2 peopleDuration: 2 hours. At the park's visitor center you will have the opportunity to learn about the areas history and grab a bite to eat at the restaurant.
Before our tour concludes, we'll make a stop in the city of Puntarenas, which means "sandy point" in Spanish. Still used as a commerical fishing port, it's not hard to find fresh seafood like shrimp, lobster, and fish here. Enjoy the view as you walk along Paseo de los Turistas, a tree-lined promenade adjacent to the beach. This is a happening place on the weekends, as people from all over enjoy the popular restaurants, discos, cafes, bars, and hotels that are found here.
- Entrance fee
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- $109 per person
- Bilingual tour guide
- 6 hours