Zipline Canopy Tour and Tarzan Swing in the Rain Forest
With nine long lines, woven over parklands, across waterfalls and through the jungle, riders enjoy a zip line canopy experience exclusive to the Blue River All Inclusive Resort. Our zip line, a network of platforms, lines and staircases, will get your adrenaline flowing. Our longest line measures over 600 meters!
This Zipline Canopy tour combines a thrilling ride with a one-of-a-kind display from atop of the unique tropical ecology of the region. End your Zipline Canopy tour with an exclamation mark! To complete your adventure, swing down from the trees like Tarzan (which really makes the zip lines seem tame.)
Our zip line is a suspension system with each end secured to a platform on the ground or attached to an elevated platform on a tree. You are attached to the system via two pulleys and a harness and travel from one end to the other via gravity. People of all shapes and sizes can ride our zip line – it requires concentration and focus, but little athletic ability. The zip line takes about 60 minutes to ride.
Zip lining is safe and enjoyed by thousands of tourists each year. Our trained guides provide all the equipment and training you need to ride the line safely and securely.
Summary: Ride our nine-line zip lines over parklands, across waterfalls and through the jungle, concluding with a thrilling Tarzan swing
Tour Includes: Guide
Departure Location: Blue River All Inclusive Resort & Hot Springs
Departure Time: 9am & 1pm
Duration: 2 hours (subject to change)
What to Bring: closed toe shoes, sunscreen and insect repellent
Attention: Maximum waist size 40″ (102 cm)
Price Per Person For Guests & Drop-Ins:
$44 children under 12
$37 children under 12
Shuttle Transportation for drop-ins
Contact Us to arrange a shuttle from Liberia and the Guanacaste beach resorts of Hermosa Beach, Playa del Coco, Ocotal, Guardia, Papagayo, Nancite Beach & Salinas Bay. Blue River Resort & Hot Springs and Blue River Estate are located 60 kilometres from Liberia, Costa Rica, just north of the volcano national park, Rincon de la Vieja, in the mountain rainforest.