Tropical rainforest temperatures range from 21 to 30 degrees Celsius (70 to 85°F). The
average annual temperature of tropical rainforests is above 20 °C. Trekking through the
rainforest can be a somewhat humid experience. Ziplining over and within the top and
middle layer of a rainforest will cool you off immediately - from the breeze factor and the
remaining dewy raindrops of its lushness.
Forget short shorts, baggy pants, out-sized tees. Think hip. With dive suit type gear or
anything stretchable. Wear what is comfy and what will give you freedom of movement
while gliding. Good to have well-fitted sunglasses too.
Extreme Activity cool.
Ziplining is described as an extreme activity that is very safe. Just imagine the
awestruck expressions of the folks back home when you describe your ziplining
Well you will be wearing a helmet. But you will also be refreshed by pure, fresh oxygen-
laden air surrounding you.
All that endorphins that comes into play from the adrenalin high that hits when you are
gliding through an oxygen-rich rainforest.
Audio Visual cool.
Aerial sound and visual show and you are the main actor!
Not only will you return home armed with stories to share, you will also be entertainingly
educated on the rainforest, understanding the geopark, local herbal remedies and other
aspects of Nature, conducted by top naturalist and environment experts.
Safety is a major top priority, not just the equipment but also the security of being
escorted by 2 Safety Rangers/Guides at all times.