The lodge is lovely, the food great, the staff wonderful and the zipline the BEST we have everdone!! Over 11 waterfalls with 2 repels that we easy for us 70 year olds!! We loved the knowledgeable helpful guides on our ziplines and the photos of us are Superb!!! Thanks to you all for a memorable adventure!!!
The Zipline adventure was so awesome! The staff and the people incharge during the actual “zipline activity” were so funny and kind too - we were able to learn our spanish thru them. 🤙🏼 (And the place Itself is so nice! )
My husband and I pre-booked a shore excursion in Miramar for our day in port to go zip lining. The Adventure Park was very good about email communication prior to our arrival, with instructions on what to do when we got on shore. The owner of the hotel met us at the pier with a sign that had our names on it, put us in a private taxi and sent us through the towns and 30 miles up into the mountains to the property. A great view of the land, people, nature, and an adventure in itself. We kept expecting to meet up with a group, but ultimately it was just US and 3 zip line guides on this day. We had a private experience on the zip lines. The staff was very friendly, spoke English, and made us feel at ease. The hotel, office, restaurant is all open air and you can take in the beauty around you, see the wildlife, amazing flowers and greenery right from the balcony of the dining area. As a note... This is a rustic style more native style adventure, do not expect state of the art anything, use bug spray, and make sure you have closed toe sturdy shoes to walk through the forest/over rocks/down steep steps, etc. and I suggest long pants. That being said, we were totally at ease and felt safe the entire time. The guides drove us way up into the mountains over bolders, across streams, over hills, and past reclusive homes. It was quite the trip that took over 30 minutes. Once we reached the top, we walked through the forest and began our zip line experience. This is a series of shorter-medium length lines, there were only 2 longer lines, but the views and the waterfalls were wonderful. You wear a harness, helmet and heavy gloves that are your brake. There is a safety brake that the workers have on the end of each line, but mostly you control how fast you come into each platform. We took a break half way through at the waterfall pools and took pictures here. We didn't swim as we were having too much fun on the lines. If you want to swim you need to wear your swimsuit under your clothes or be prepared to swim in your regular clothes and be wet the rest of the trip. Also, obviously no restroom facilities once you leave the hotel so be prepared to use a tree if you have to go. We really enjoyed our time and the guides were very friendly. Be prepared to tip each of your guides generously, your life was literally in their hands. Afterwards back at the hotel we were served a typical Costa Rican meal of rice, meat, beans that was tasty. Then we were put back in the same cab and returned to the ship pier.…
Just came back from Costa Rica and a glorious day ziplining with Juan, Wagner, and Enrique.We were guided with the utmost safety through 26 ziplines with breathtaking views of waterfalls, two of the lines involved rappelling down, and there was even a swim if you are up for it. We would feel comfortable with our 7 year old granddaughter doing this tour. After completion, a gourmet meal is served on the covered patio overlooking another panoramic view. This is a must do if you are anywhere close to this area.
Wow!! Hands down the most amazing experience I’ve ever had! We did the zip line tour and it was so beautiful! Pictures don’t do this experience justice. It does involve a little hiking through the jungle but I’m not in very good shape and I could do it. The tour guides were very friendly and knowledgeable. We had to drive 3 hours out of the way for this but it was well worth it!