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Jerry is the best tourist guide going to zipline! He is very knowledgeable! He will assist you with everything. Lunch, though, is just sandwich. Make sure that you bring water and snacks. Long drive to zipline. But ziplines and Monster zipline are the best! Never...More
I booked on ziplinetourspr.com. After you book your reservation and input your credit card info they send you an email saying that their CC system is down and that it’s cash only.. this threw me off and I almost didn’t go because of it. I...More
It was amazing...somewhat difficult heading back. It was hard when you had to pass by the boaters. They could be rude to us kayakers. But very much worth it.
I would not say this for the beginner kayaker.
By far the best zip-line tour I have ever been on. This makes Mexico and Haiti zip-lines look minute!! Highly recommend the 8 zip line tour and then the monster. Do not wuss out and do the beast, go for it and do the MONSTER!!
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Getting to each zip line is different for every zip..some of them are on the same level but a few of them you have a steep climb up a path that is defined with logs as steps and a guide rope you can use to help pull yourself... More
Getting to each zip line is different for every zip..some of them are on the same level but a few of them you have a steep climb up a path that is defined with logs as steps and a guide rope you can use to help pull yourself along..you can pace yourself and take your time up the trails.
Getting to the first zip line is actually a downward slope and it was wet and somewhat slippery