Enjoy a completely amazing experience as you climb a tropical waterfall within a Costa Rican rain forest and then later, cross a hanging bridge and ride a zip-line through the trees.
From the pier, it’s an approximately 75 minute drive to Rainforest Adventures Pacific, located on a 222 acre private reserve in the famous Jaco Beach area.
You’ll start your exhilarating adventure by defying your strength and climbing the face of a 160 ft. high waterfall. As you make your climb, the refreshingly pure water will be cascading over you, a sensory experience you won’t soon forget.
If your waterfall experience wasn’t enough of an adrenaline rush, you’ll next find yourself flying through the forest on a zip line and then crossing a 130 ft. long hanging bridge that is suspended 82 ft. in the air. Back on solid ground, you’ll trek down a nature trail back to the base camp where a traditional Costa Rican lunch awaits you in the Nature Café.
Following lunch, you’ll have a brief amount of free time to shop for handmade arts and crafts and souvenirs at the Congo shop before returning to the pier.
Need to Know:
Note: Walking on this tour is moderate and includes some uneven and natural surfaces. There will be steps to negotiate. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests, anyone with mobility concerns, back or neck injuries or pregnant women. Participants should be in good physical condition. The tour is not considered suitable for those who suffer from a fear of heights. The minimum age to participate is 8 years old and the maximum allowable weight is 350 lbs. In order to safely fit in the harness, the minimum allowable waist size is 21.5 inches and the maximum allowable waist size no is 50 inches. Weather appropriate clothing; sunscreen; insect repellant are recommended. Flat, closed toe athletic shoes or hiking books and helmet (provided) are mandatory.
CARACTERÍSTICAS DE LA ACTIVIDAD
Tipo de excursión:
Tours en zonas indómitas
Nivel de actividad:
Los tours de este nivel requieren una considerable actividad física, como largas caminatas por calles de adoquines o terrenos pronunciados o irregulares, subir escaleras o pasar mucho tiempo de pie. No recomendado para personas con limitaciones físicas. Se recomienda usar calzado cómodo y resistente.