From the waterfalls of Hawaii to the mountains of Alaska, you can soar through heart-racing and stunning scenery. Whether you’re a first-timer or a veteran, each of these experiences offers something unique. So strap on your harness and helmet and get ready to take off.
MAHOGANY PARK, COSTA RICA
Known as one of the best places to zipline in Costa Rica, this private reserve is home to the country’s last remaining mahogany trees and ziplining gives you the exclusive opportunity to see them up close. Soar between 11 platforms and nine horizontal traverses. In addition to stunning scenery, you’ll probably be treated to wildlife sightings, including monkeys, sloths and native birds.
Vineyards on Waiheke Islands at Sunset.
WAIHEKE ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND
Known as the “Island of Wine”, Waiheke Island features some of the best beaches and vineyards in the area. Ziplining here lets you fly over grapevines, valleys and native forests, and zip higher and faster through each terrain. Choose to travel solo or side-by-side with a partner as you enjoy each 700-foot long line. Enjoy views of Auckland City and the Central Business District (CBD), and wrap up your adventure on a one-mile nature walk following your flight.
Walking path in the beautiful forest landscape near Icy Strait Point, Alaska.
ICY STRAIT POINT, ALASKA
Home to less than 1,000 residents, Icy Strait Point is a hidden Alaskan gem. Surrounded by towering mountains and gorgeous fjords, it’s touted as one of the best places to zipline in the region. You’ll fly down 1,330 feet on a 90-second ride on the Icy Strait ZipRider, the longest and highest of its kind. Reaching speeds of almost 60 miles per hour, enjoy glimpses of Icy Strait Point’s forests and the Hoonah village before making your way down to the beach below.
If you want to experience Hawaii’s lush landscapes, you’ll want to fly with the Zipline Through Paradise adventure. This 8-line course, the longest on the island, takes you past Hilo Bay and Honolii River as well by various volcanoes, rainforests, stunning waterfalls and hidden grottos. This diverse adventure with fast-changing scenery ends with you descending into the river gorge. Amazing!
BELIZE CITY, BELIZE
Belize, with many breathtaking views, is home to dense rainforests and tropical wildlife. For a zipline adventure here, consider Jaguar Jungle Camp. You’ll fly across the rainforest canopies, Maya’s ancient ceremonial caves over dense flora and more. And at the end, enjoy a tube ride through crystal caves.
Woman lunging on top of the El Yunque national forest in Puerto Rico
OROCOVIS, PUERTO RICO
Head for ToroVerde Adventure Park, home to the world’s longest zipline, also known as “The Monster.” This Guinness Book attraction is one of the most unique available, with guests soaring horizontally over Puerto Rico’s terrain; much like a true flying experience. Reach speeds of up to 95 miles per hour as you zip along the 1.5-mile long course.