St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.
St Thomas Zip-Line Adventure
USD USD USDPrice between $101-$150
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Approximately 3½ hours
The ultimate Caribbean experience begins with a short, pleasant drive to Zip-Line Park, where a well-trained, ACCT (Association for Challenge Course Technology) trained zip-line guide will assist in outfitting you with safety gear, including a helmet, harness and trolleys.
You’re ready for your exciting Pinzgauer ride -- a six-wheel-drive Swiss military vehicle will transport you up the mountain so you can begin your zip-line adventure.
Listen to a short safety briefing before you embark on an adrenaline-charged canopy tour across six zip-lines and two incredibly scenic skywalks.
This exhilarating experience allows you to marvel at the dramatic views of the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, and numerous Caribbean islands. The last zip-line is the world-famous Yo-Yo Zip, which allows you to travel backwards and forwards on the same line. It is the only one of its kind in the Caribbean and delivers the ultimate ‘zip trip’.
Wear closed-toe shoes and cargo shorts. Swimsuits are not permitted. Wear sunscreen and insect repellent. Bring a bottle of water. Dress for the weather as zip lining happens rain or shine. Lockers are available for rent at $5.00 each. Minimum age is 5 years. Minimum weight is 70 lbs; maximum weight is 275 lbs. Minimum height is 48 inches; maximum height is 78 inches. Participants must be in excellent health for this strenuous tour. Not suitable for pregnant women, guests who have had recent surgery or suffer from heart or respiratory problems, or those who are afraid of heights. Please realistically assess your physical fitness and ability prior to booking, as well as your medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests taking any medication that might impair regular movement and body activity such as anti-depressants, beta-blockers and base (vein) constrictors are not allowed to participate. Guests with any medical concerns should consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them. Waiver must be signed and medical conditions disclosed.