St. Johns, Antigua and Barbuda
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Approximately 3½ Hours
Meals not included
Journey to the Antigua rain forest, just 35 minutes from the pier, for a stunning eco-tour high above the trees of the lush forest.
After a beverage, set out from the Old Pump House with a walk across a suspension bridge that spans the gorge to the far bank. Once you're across the bridge, your zip-line journey through the forest begins.
Criss-cross the gorge on lines varying from 52 feet to 328 feet in length. You are often above the treetops, entering and exiting a corridor in the foliage at either end. In total, there are 13 zip-lines, three aerial walkways and two suspension bridges, giving you a fantastic bird's-eye view of the flora and fauna in the rain forest. The gorge is full of interesting plants and fruits, with stands of large trees and prominent boulders. It offers a shaded area with interesting plants with a range of wild fruits, vines, mosses and lichens.
Take home a certificate of achievement and some great memories of zip-lining in paradise.
The zip-line offers a complete double wire throughout. Your harness and safety helmet are from the world leaders in challenge course equipment. All staff guides have attended and passed a stringent training program conducted by the Association for Challenge Course Technology -- the international organization for Challenge Course standards in installation, operation and inspection. Not suitable for pregnant women, persons with a history of heart conditions, seizures, back, knee or shoulder conditions, or other pre-existing health conditions. Minimum age is 6 years. Maximum weight is 235 lbs. Minimum height is 3 feet. Maximum waist size is 52 inches. Wear closed-toe shoes. Wear shorts or long pants. Participants must walk about 50 yards to the start of the tour. There is also a walk of approximately 200 yards in the rain forest before climbing 120 steps to exit the gorge.