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Monteverde Cloud Forest Zipline Tour

Highlights
  • 3-hour Monteverde zipline tour
  • See Costa Rica's cloud forest up close
  • Challenge yourself with a fun and informative zipline tour
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Monteverde Cloud Forest Zipline Tour
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08:30 am Canopy and SupermanMost Popular
The tour usually takes between 2.5 and 3 hours and can be done by adventurers from ages 4 and older. It is a safe adventure for everyone although restrictions may apply.
From $60.00
11:00 am Canopy and Superman
The tour usually takes between 2.5 and 3 hours and can be done by adventurers from ages 4 and older. It is a safe adventure for everyone although restrictions may apply.
From $60.00
01:00 pm Canopy and Superman
The tour usually takes between 2.5 and 3 hours and can be done by adventurers from ages 4 and older. It is a safe adventure for everyone although restrictions may apply.
From $60.00
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Overview
Soar through the canopy of the Monteverde cloud forest on a 3-hour zipline tour at Selvatura Park. Experience an adrenaline-fueled ride through the trees that offers incredible views along with a fun activity in Costa Rica's famous cloud forest.
What to Expect

Make your own way to the canopy tour headquarters to begin your tour.

Your guide provides a safety briefing and helps you to get outfitted with the appropriate equipment. Once you are ready, follow your guide through the zipline course, one of the longest canopy tours in Costa Rica. The route takes you along 15 zipline cables, 18 platforms, and gives you the option to try the Tarzan swing at the end.

Located inside the Monteverde Cloud Forest, the zipline tour offers a close look at the jungle along with a thrilling ride.

Reviews (54)
1 - 5 of 54 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Definitely best activity ever taken in Costa Rica

Total 13 lines with the longest one of 1000 meters over the most beautiful canopy on earth. Very professional and dedicated staffs who helped everybody even a 8-years old girl and someone like me who is short and first-time zipliner to enjoy the whole tour....More

Thank Jenny C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wonderful!

What an outstanding way to see the cloud forest! Our guides were fun, knowledgeable, and kept us safe. The park even provides you options to buy photos or rent a GoPro camera. Be sure to take advantage of the optional Tarzan swing (a real thrill!)...More

Thank Rachel A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Excellent value

Really enjoyed this zip line ride. Guides Miguel and Oscar gave us time so we could video/photograph each other making it feel special. We both did the Tarzan swing and superman ride. We had done velocity and titan in Wales but this was more fun...More

Thank Tourist38134936911
Reviewed October 12, 2018 via mobile
Awesome

It was my friend and I’s first time ziplining. It was absolutely amazing. The views were stunning and it was so exciting. The guides were very friendly, funny and knowledgeable. I felt totally safe with them. Would 100% recommend and will go back someday for...More

Thank Kelly M
Reviewed September 7, 2018 via mobile
Awesome!

Great views, great fun, and really nice team working there. Helped keep my nervous partner extremely relaxed with their gentle and fun style.

Thank Alex W
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Darlene B
July 11, 2018|
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Response from Steve H | Reviewed this property |
I don’t recall, but I don’t think there is one. On some of the lines I rode in tandem with a guide and my daughter ... and our combined weight was likely around 435 pounds. Not once do I recall anything asking about our... More
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Megan C
April 11, 2018|
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Response from Kelcey F | Reviewed this property |
We did the ziplining and hanging bridges and there were two different admission fees that we paid all at once. We did not use a guide for the bridges.
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