Trip 4 hours:
Activities 2 hours and Join-pick up service 1 hour and Join-transfer back to hotel 1 hour
33 Platforms :
- 21 Ziplines ( each zipline 200m , 400m , 600m : All total length 5,000 m)
- 3 Abseiling ( height 20m , 30m , 40m )
- 3 Sky Bridges
- 4 Staircases
- 2 Corridor Sky Walk Way
Trip sessions :
- 9.00 am
- 12.00 am
- 14.00 pm
** Pick up time is upon on your hotel located and the weather condition
** Please kindly check the available trip with us
Trip schedule :
- Pick up by air-condition shuttle van from your hotel to Skyhawk Adventure. Enjoy complimentary coffee , tea , croissant , fruit juice , fresh fruit and traditional welcome snack on seasoning
- You will be given equipment: full body harness , paper cap , helmet and bag with a bottle of fresh water
- Instruct on how to safely participate in the activity and how to use the equipment for safety.
- Zipline adventure through the rain forest and hidden waterfall and spectacular scenery with many challenging stations. Explore the speed on cable lines connected to huge trees in the rainforest with bird’s eye view of forest, sea view and hidden waterfall.
- Transfer back by air-condition shuttle van to your hotel after the trip.
Trip recommendation :
- In order to use the zip line the participants should be in good physical health and free of any limitations that could affect their safe use of the equipment.
- The trip is not recommended for a person with more than 120 kgs. , pregnant women, a child under 6 year old and people with surgical history less than 6 months or with hypertension, asthma, infectious diseases.
- Available for adults and children between 6 – 60 years old and the age of 6-12 years old under parents or adults’ close supervision.
- Wear comfortable shoes. No flip flop allowed. Sandals with a strap are allowed.
- Wear light clothing on the trip • Please leave your valuable belongings at your hotel, we will not take responsibility for any loss or damage.
- Take a deep breath while you are flying through the air and do not forget to keep snapping pictures from the bird’s eye perspective