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The biggest park of the Bouches du Rhone, located between Charleval, Mallemort and Aix en Provence. We can’t become detached on our courses, for a fun 100% secure ! For the pleasure of the children and the adults, we have built more than “180...more
This is an excellent way to spend an afternoon with teenage kids. There is a range of appropriate options with increasing difficulty so its important not to bite off too much but the guides are very helpful and it's well organised
Date of experience: July 2017
Charleval C, Responsable réception at Le Royaume des Arbres, responded to this reviewResponded July 29, 2018
Thanks for your comment, hope to see soon in our parc
Our 8 and 9 year old kids loved it, working through the levels until their arms just couldn't reach the lines anymore. I'm pretty sure my husband would also have stayed all day - although I'm afraid of heights so I stayed on the ground...More
The French do treetop adventures on a serious scale! This is a great way to spend an afternoon with teenage kids. The routes are colour coded as per ski runs and each colour takes about an hour to complete. The red route was tough enough...More
We went to the park on a wednesday morning. No need to make reservations. We were about the first to enter the different tracks. Equipment was well maintained, instructions were good, staff was friendly and helpful. We had a great morning.
This is a review for the site in Charleval - I noticed a few of the reviews listed for that location actually seemed to be for Le Castellet...
The site seems well run, with a lot of staff on hand on a Saturday in July...More
Our 7 yr old loved it as I took her around the course. But the older kids found it difficult to understand the instructors. Good value for money but you may need to provide 1-2-1 supervision even for older children if they don't speak French.
Very good spot.
The quality of the infrastructure is excellent.
Unfortunately when inside they keep charging you to go to the must funny tracks (orange +4€, grey +4€,...).
This is really annoying when you have spent a lot of money already just to enter.