I visited in April with the express purpose of doing the zip-line and high-ropes course. I didn't realize that the place only has 6 rooms which would make this place perfect for a couples get-away - I guess most of their business comes from cruise ships and nearby Pacific hotels The room I stayed in was really big, clean, nice beds, and had a great view overlooking the pool and building that housed the office, lobby and restaurant. First things first- I had the best spaghetti Bolognese I've ever eaten ANYWHERE. ANYWHERE. Also an amazing dish containing chicken, beef, bacon, fresh veggies... So here I am, talking to Chris (one of the guides) about how incredible the food is, and he tells me the cook is just filling in. Are you kidding? She should have a restaurant in New York, or Tokyo, or Paris --- By morning, a dozen or so people have assembled for the zip line adventure. We get suited-up with harnesses, climb into a 4-wheel safari-type truck, and head up the mountain. So we're at the first line and the guides give us instructions on what to do, and we're off! Shooting from tree-to-tree, always connected with safely clips. About 5 lines into the trip you see a really, really steep line, and you think you're gonna die. That's where we get a quick class on rappelling. So much fun - no one chickened out, no one died :-). People from their 20s to 60's or 70's - as long as you're in decent shape you can do this. I think they said the longest line was over 1,500 feet - you couldn't even see the other platform thru the trees. Later, there was a chance to jump in a pool at the bottom of a waterfall, then more lines to the end. (I did the zip lines 2 days in a row) Day 3 I did the high-ropes course where they start you off a few feet off the ground, and the next thing you know you're 50-60 feet up - negotiating a pretty tricky (fun but challenging) course. You need to be in good shape for this, but it's definitely worth it. They also have ATVs, horses, a large climbing wall, and plenty of paths to wander. One morning a toucan showed up in the restaurant for breakfast- how cool is that? They also have a very nice pool. Now a few side notes: in the 'off hours' the restaurant is closed and there are no vending machines, so if you didn't bring snacks, you're out of luck. You're kind of in the middle of nowhere - at least not within walking distance. They have desserts, but for some reason didn't suggest any til I asked. The owners are a bit reserved, but the rest of the staff more than makes up for it with their warmth. Chris and Daniel were stand-outs - just fabulous. Great place for couples, adventure-seekers, or if you're looking for a place to decompress.
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