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While staying in Monteverde don’t miss the Sky Tram that will lead you up to the Continental Divide and to one of the highest mountains in the area. Sky Tram is a guided tour where you can have the opportunity to observe the cloud forest outstanding...more
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Hours Today: 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
| Monteverde Cloud Forest, Santa Elena 60109, Costa Rica
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Our family adventure was fantastic @ Sky Adventures Monteverde. 2 adults and 7 and 8 years old kids. The tour guides Raul and Michael were phenomenal very helpful and kind. They make sure we feel safe the entire trip. Then we had a chance to...More
I signed up for the SkyWalk and was pleasantly surprised to find I was the only one for that time frame. My guide Jocelyn was friendly, knowledgeable and good company. I learned so much along the way! The walk is pleasant and the trails well...More
This was one of the highlights of our trip to Costa Rica. The Monteverde cloud forest is spectacular and it's amazing to see it from the hanging bridges on the Sky Walk. I'm so glad I plucked up the courage to do the zip lining...More
Very interesting walking high up in the tree canopy and across some deep ravines lead by an excellent young guide with a phenomenal knowledge of the local flora and fauna. The only sad thing was that on the day there was not too much of...More
I did a SkyWalk tour and since September is the low season I was fortunate enough to have a private tour. The guide, Andy, was super knowledgeable of everything around us, from fungus and insects to birds and especially snakes (he's a passionate herpetologist!) and...More
I’d always wanted to zip line so I decided to give it a go. I was slightly nervous but our guides were a friendly bunch of guys with a good balance of funny and serious. Gliding across the cloud forest was exhilarating and a bit...More
This will not disappoint. One of the highlights of our trip to Costa Rica. The views from the zip wire are mind blowing and the whole experience quite literally takes your breath away. The staff are entertaining and very safety conscious. Some ziplines aren't suitable...More
Getting to this well-publicized attraction is not a simple matter. Although it is described as a National Park, its entry fees are far and away from affordable. Firstly, it requires hiring a tourist bus to take you to the Park, wait for you, and then...More
Yes, it is safe as long as adults in your group keep an eye on the child. The Sky Walk includes walking on well marked trails and several hanging/suspension bridges which have side rails. The hanging bridges may shake a... More
Yes, it is safe as long as adults in your group keep an eye on the child. The Sky Walk includes walking on well marked trails and several hanging/suspension bridges which have side rails. The hanging bridges may shake a little as you walk on them and a young child might get scared unless prepped to expect it. Also the height (above forest floor) may be a factor, as well as the total distance of the walk. Although each child is different, you may to carry the child at least a part of the way.
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Like Dana - we only zipped in Monteverdi and didn’t visit the park at all in Arenal. In Monteverdi we saw no wildlife at that facility that day. We saw plentiful wildlife at each site we visited in Arenal and La Fortuna... More
Like Dana - we only zipped in Monteverdi and didn’t visit the park at all in Arenal. In Monteverdi we saw no wildlife at that facility that day. We saw plentiful wildlife at each site we visited in Arenal and La Fortuna over a period of several days.