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Vanuatu Jungle Zipline allows people to experience the fabulous rain forest, ocean views and canyon crossing by traversing on ZIPLINES at height. Its an exciting and challenging activity for the whole family ages 4 - 80+ years. There are now two...more
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The Summit Gardens | Devils Point Road, Port Vila, Efate, Vanuatu
All reviews zip line scared of heights great fun adrenaline pumping exhilarating experience views are amazing felt safe at all times all ages a lot of fun whole family mele bay take photos my partner thanks guys bucket list visiting port vila cruise ship
My family and I did the canopy treetop tour at the end of December on one of their "non-cruise ship" days. The drive from Port Vila was fun including the extremely steep drive up the hill to get to the venue, the views are amazing....More
Well as the website states, there were 6 ziplines and 2 supension bridges. It was completely safe for all ages, although a certain amount of fitness is needed to climb back up the slightly slippery stairs. If it is a humid hot day, you will...More
We have been here before and had a great time. This time we brought our sons and girlfriends who have not done this. The girls were a bit apprehensive about the heights but the guys were tremendous and supportive. We all ended up having a...More
What a great day!!
A family of 4, we did the duo zip line trek.
13 zip lines in total about 3hr including transport.
We booked everything online. Met at the arranged spot - Zipline headquarters in Port Vila next to Nambawan Cafe.
BY FAR THE BEAT ACTIVITY IN PORT VILA. My partner and I had an amazing time on the zip lines! The trip there is fun also if you get a seat in the back of the Ute (natural air con at its finest) don’t need...More
We did the zipline on the 10am tour from their kiosk in town, which is about a 10-15 min drive from the cruise ship terminal. We were finished by around 1pm. Hope this helps, enjoy your trip!!
Response from Michael T | Property representative |
Hi We have cruiseships on the 27th and 28th of June but generally the busy times are just the mornings. The afternoon session at 1:45 is not as busy. We only do the two tour times - four sessions on a cruiseship day and... More
Hi We have cruiseships on the 27th and 28th of June but generally the busy times are just the mornings. The afternoon session at 1:45 is not as busy. We only do the two tour times - four sessions on a cruiseship day and they are guided tours so you need to be up to the Summit by 10:30 or 1:45pm. We also do pickups in town at 10am and 1pm. The two courses are similar (both go over the canyon) except there is more walking in the Zip Trek and the Canopy Tour is high in the trees. Its a personal preference but most people do the Canopy Tour. Don't forget to book in. (678) 555 0424 Have a look on our website if you need a map for the drive. See you in June!
Port Vila fitting things in on a day trip? (10 Replies)
We would like to do the Vanuatu Jungle Zipline, Ekasup Village and the Hide away Island (Under water post office) would it be best to get a driver or by bus. first time here. has any one book through Vanuato Discover what matters?
October 07, 2012|
Tricia, are you trying to fit this in on a cruise ship stopover, or are you in Port Vila for several days??
Tour Operators in Vanuatu need your custom! (8 Replies)
I've been in touch with some of the operators of tourist attractions in Vanuatu, since we are due to fly there at the end of next week I was obviously concerned that there might be some disruptions. Here's word I got back from the operators of the Vanuatu Jungle Zipline (which is one of the top-rated attractions according to TripAdvisor): "We appreciate your business and are opening next week. Its going to be a tough time if the tourists cancel their plans so spread the word that we are...More
March 19, 2015|
Then Vanuatu tourism needs to stop telling people to not come until 18 April!!