Sky Tram and Sky Trek Zip Line Tour From Arenal

Sky Tram and Sky Trek Zip Line Tour From Arenal

Sky Tram and Sky Trek Zip Line Tour From Arenal

 

Duration: 4 hrs approx.

Rate: $110 USD

Includes: transportation, guides, canopy and skytram.

 

Perfect for all ages, the exciting Sky Tram gondola is the way to explore the forest. The journey begins at the reception area and travels up to the wide observation deck at the highest point of the Arenal Reserve. From here enjoy great views of the rainforest as well as the Arenal volcano and lake. The activity starts with a tour in the Sky Tram to reach the top of the Arenal reserve, then begins a tour of adventure full of adrenaline above the treetops, which consists on a system of zip lines, that allows you to observe the rainforest and its landscape from a different perspective, safely in an innovative and different system. Sky Trek beings after the Sky Tram reaches the top of the Arenal reserve. Take part in an adrenaline-filled, canopy zipline adventure that includes eight cross-sectional cables with a total length of 1.7 miles. Each cable ranges from 100 to 2460 feet and the maximum height during our journey will be 660 feet! As this height exceeds the treetops, you’re sure to enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the Arenal volcano and lake. Observe nature from a completely different perspective during this safe, innovative and distinctive tour!

Skytrek Canopy Tour (ziplines) in the Arenal Volcano area is one of the most innovative canopy tours in the whole country. Valle Monteverde, the owners of the Sky Trek of Monteverde, have used their considerable experience to improve the experience of a canopy tour. Sky Trek Canopy Tour opened their Monteverde location in 1998 and their canopy tour has been one of the most successful in the area ever since. However, instead of resting on their laurels, they looked at their successful project and made improvements.

This new attraction is located south south-east of Arenal Volcano past the turn off to the Arenal Observatory Lodge heading towards El Castillo. In addition to the ever prolific canopy tour setup, they also offer an aerial tram or cable car. This one of the few operating in Costa Rica and the only one that elevates you to a platform offering a stunning view of the Volcano Arenal and Arenal Lake. If sitting in a chair lift kind of gondola is not your thing there are also zip lines.

The Sky Tram is very quiet which allows for possible nature sightings and guides give a short talk about the local ecosystem and answer any questions you may have. If any animals are spotted, guides are able to stop the tram for as long as you like, allowing you to observe, take photographs and learn about the animals.

Arenal Sky Trek has eight great cables! Sky Trek has some of the longest cables in the country. One cable offers an awesome 700+ meter ride, (that’s three-quarters of a kilometer or almost half a mile) and over 45 seconds of heart palpitating fun!

Each Sky Trek platform is both a landing spot and departure point, and there is little hiking required.. Why walk when you can zip? Lets face it your not paying for the trails – go to the wildlife reserves for good hiking!

This new attraction is located south south-east of Arenal Volcano past the turn off to the Arenal Observatory Lodge heading towards El Castillo. In addition to the ever prolific canopy tour setup, they also offer an aerial tram or cable car. This one of the few operating in Costa Rica and the only one that elevates you to a platform offering a stunning view of the Volcano Arenal and Arenal Lake. If sitting in a chair lift kind of gondola is not your thing there are also zip lines.

The Sky Tram is very quiet which allows for possible nature sightings and guides give a short talk about the local ecosystem and answer any questions you may have. If any animals are spotted, guides are able to stop the tram for as long as you like, allowing you to observe, take photographs and learn about
the animals.

Arenal Sky Trek has eight great cables! Sky Trek has some of the longest cables in the country. One cable offers an awesome 700+ meter ride, (that’s three-quarters of a kilometer or almost half a mile) and over 45 seconds of heart palpitating fun!

 

What to Bring: Long pants, Comfortable shoes, Jacket, Camera.