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Le Cri de Tarzan
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ChristopherJLawton wrote a review Aug 2017
Puylaurens, France52 contributions8 helpful votes
My sister, brother-in-law and two teenage boys went with me last year. Thy said it was much better than Go Ape, in that there was a bigger variety of types of adventure and also more for smaller children to do. It is in a very quite and picturesque location.
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Date of experience: September 2016
Aquilegia_blue wrote a review Aug 2016
Beverley, United Kingdom116 contributions66 helpful votes
We went on a dull, rainy day so no queues. After clear instructions and a demonstration run, we were able to pick and choose the courses at leisure. Green routes were very easy, blue were a good challenge for some of us, including my 72 year old mother! - and the red was the limit for me and 13 year old. Only brave dad and older teenage son managed the black routes - but the black extreme defeated them. Best part? We particularly loved the route with seven zip wires, one after the other through the trees. Be prepared for some rough landings against the padding, though. Price is very reasonable compared to UK prices. Refreshments available, including snack food, in the cafe. Overall, a good experience and a highlight of our holiday.
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Date of experience: August 2016
Nick W wrote a review Apr 2016
Northampton, United Kingdom25 contributions9 helpful votes
I can't believe Le Cri de Tarzan only has one review on T.A ! There is not a huge variety of younger person friendly venues in the Tarn area, and this place is well worth a visit. It's clearly signposted from the main road, good value as you can easily spend an entire morning or afternoon climbing amongst the trees and whizzing along the zip wires. There are different levels from young beginners to experienced adults. Cold drinks and ice creams available, and it's a very well organised, safe, friendly place with experienced staff on hand to help with assistance. Our 11 and 12 year old boys had a fantastic time, and us oldies even got involved with smiles all around when we left. 100% Recommended.
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Date of experience: April 2016