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Treetop Adventure Park

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Experience the exhilaration of a world-class zip line in the Caribbean. Zipping through the treetops in the middle of the tropical rainforest delivers a rush that would leave even Tarzan breathless. Trained guides take you on the ride on your life on a course designed for maximum thrill and exposure to the best views of the rainforest. Named ‘Best Zip line in the Caribbean‘ by Shore Trips, this ride has 12 lines, including the island’s longest and highest. Kiddies Adventure For those little adventurers who don’t meet the height requirement (50″/1.27m), the Kiddies Adventure offers a mini zip line and challenge course. Minimum age: 3 years
Treetop Canopy Adventure; US$59
Kiddies Adventure US$20
Transfers from Castries, Gros Islet, and Vieux Fort US$14
Transfers from Marigot Bay US$24
Transfers from Soufriere & West Coast US$50


Tour Stats:

Duration of tour: about 4 hours
Activity level: moderate
Minimum height: 50″/1.27m
Maximum weight: 250lb or 50″ waist
Footwear: closed sandals or trainers (no flip flops)


Lines:

Number of lines*: 12
Total length: 5100 ft.
Highest elevation: 150 ft.
Longest cable: 800 ft.
Shortest cable: 83 ft.


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www.adventuretourstlucia.com/tours


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