My son ziplined down the cable and loved it. The property, entrance area is beautiful and everything looks well-maintained. It took us some time to find information about it and find its location since we did not book through a tour company as we stayed in Palo Seco beach and drove ourselves. So here is some info for people like us. They offer 3 tours: 8, 11am and 2pm. Strongly recommend the 8am as it gets very hot and you have to walk quite a bit. Also, the view is the clearest early in the morning. This is not the usual ziplining experience. With the exception of the first short ride in between the trees, you are always really high and above the trees. The views are amazing. The whole experience is about 90 mins long and there are small refreshments provided at the end in a amazing giant wooden gazebo. To get there, check out very detailed driving instructions from another post on Tripadvisor (Jaco:Tres Piscinas). Locals call them Las Pillas. The turn off for Sky Mountain is just before the turn off to Tres Piscinas, right around the corner of a little Super Henry grocery store. Then it is another maybe 2-3 kms on poor roads so make sure your car can take it. To get off the highway, turn off 2 kms before Parrita on road 609. There is a sign showing 2 kms distance to Parrita right on the intersection (if you are driving from Jaco). It is about 9 kms or so on an ok gravel road through palm farms. From Quepos, it is a turn off to Playon. It would make a perfect day trip to go ziplining at 8am and then follow by a few hours of dipping in Tres Piscinas (head back to main gravel road, turn left and turn left little further before little bridge). Then follow by a lunch/dinner at Pitos Que Comemos in Playa Banderas. Review for this restaurant and directions are on Tripadvisor and turn off is about 1-2 kms on the way back to Jaco once you join the highway again . It is about 1 km off the main highway. We could not find information about Sky Mountain so we went to Tres Piscinas first one day, did not notice turn off to ziplining even though we passed right by it and then made the same trip 2 days later. Both great activities if you are staying around Parrita or have a day to spare on the way to/from Quepos.
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