Though a bit of a challenge to get to, well worth the effort. We drove here from Las Terrenas (about 90 minutes). an experience driving through the province, and avoiding all the hustlers at El Limon trying to get you to see the waterfall. And the last 3 kilometers of the drive to the zipline are on what can generously be called a dirt road... mostly rocks. But our completely average sedan made it there and back without incident.
The experience itself was amazing, We literally had the whole place to ourselves. Two guides went with us and took excellent care of us. The initial walk from the entrance to the first zipline is daunting. Very steep hills! I was sweating, huffing and puffing. Fortunately at the top our guides sat us down and gave us water. But seriously, if you are not up to a hot steamy walk straight up a hill, reconsider!
Once we got going it was amazing. The ziplines run back and forth across a ravine with a river at the bottom. Lost of fun for us and out teenager. Felt completely safe (though the adults did not accept the offer to go "upside down" on one of the lines. At the bottom we were offered pina coladas (yummy) and out son took a swim at the base of the waterfall. The entire experience was great. Perhaps it would be different on a busy day but for us it was leisurely and fun!
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