St Lucia Ziplining with Piton Views!
The ultimate add-on to any Soufriere excursion is St Lucia Ziplining right here at Morne Coubaril Historical Adventure Park! Offering an upbeat and fun activity that can be enjoyed by honeymooners, families and of course adventure explorers! It combines the adrenaline rush of zipping under the sheer Petit Piton, with elevated views of the historic town of Soufriere and the Caribbean Sea in this stop.
What to expect?
Upon arrival you are out-fitted with harness, helmet and gloves and briefed on our health and safety guidelines. After a training demonstration, you are ready for the fun and are led up to the first platform from which you are torn between a panoramic view of the bay and the awe of the towering Pitons. While you whizz safely between giant Banyans, your experienced guides keep you informed of the eco-system, spectacular views to look out for and the required standards of our US-built course by Challenge Towers.
Eight zip cables move you effortlessly through you St Lucia zip lining experience where you can take your own air-borne photos of the Piton and town. Then you’re carried into a canopy of banyan, coconut, plum and mango trees and across a bamboo-shadowed gorge. You can also see, smell and hear the ecosystem thriving in a pond below.
Before you book…
Please note: While this is a low activity tour, it incorporates heights at speeds of up to 30mph. Some stairs will also need to be negotiated. This tour is not suitable for pregnant women, persons with heart or respiratory conditions and children under 8 yrs. There is a weight restriction of 260lb.
What to bring along for your St Lucia ZipLining?
Participants should wear long shorts or trousers and a top that can be tucked in at the waist; clothes are likely to get dirty and may be damaged; skirts or dresses are not advisable. Sneakers are recommended; slippers should not be worn. Participants with long hair should tie it back and all jewellery should be removed and left at home or stowed in a secure place to avoid injury, damage and/or loss.