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Chiang Mai Rainforest Canopy Zipline Adventure

Highlights
  • Rainforest zipline tour with multiple departures daily from Chiang Mai
  • Watch for wild gibbons and birds as you move through the trees
  • Includes a buffet lunch of Thai cuisine
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Chiang Mai Rainforest Canopy Zipline Adventure
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Midday zipline adventure with 7:30am-10:30am departure
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Afternoon zipline adventure with 12:15pm-1:30pm departure
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Early morning zipline adventure with 5:45am-7:15am departure
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Overview
Zipline through Chiang Mai’s pristine rainforest on a canopy tour that includes one of Asia’s longest ziplines. You’ll soar from treetop to treetop on a series of ziplines that link 30 platforms, crossing three sky bridges and taking on two rappel descents. A great chance to spot wildlife in a natural habitat, this zipline tour is an adventurous, family-friendly way to experience Thailand’s rainforest ecosystem while exploring alongside conservation-minded guides.
What to Expect
Meet a driver at your hotel in Chiang Mai, and travel into the rainforest to get suited up for the zipline adventure. Two guides will accompany each tour, with group size capped at nine to ensure personalized service and high safety standards.

Launch yourself from a platform that’s high in the forest canopy, soaring from tree to tree as you watch for colorful birds, native plants, and wildlife. As you explore, the guide will share facts about the rainforest ecosystem and talk about current conservation efforts in Thailand's rainforests.

After roughly three hours of ziplining, refuel with bottled water and a meal of Thai cuisine, followed by an optional hike to a nearby waterfall. This zipline canopy tour concludes with return transfer to your hotel in Chiang Mai.
Reviews (138)
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Reviewed yesterday
Adrenaline rush!

I went on this tour last week with a group of 9 people and it was such a great experience. It was our first zip lining experience and i was impressed with the safety standards followed here and amazing guides. By the end we all...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank kanikaj08
Reviewed 2 days ago
Great experience!

I went on this tour last week and it was such a great choice. Honestly it was my first ziplining experience, but I was impressed with how well put together the whole operation was, from the obvious safety standards to the ease of communication. In...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank tyrianpike
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Try and fly

Do not expect to SEE gibbons but FEEL like one when you fly through the jungle. This safe way of flying is not cheap (115€), but it is a unique way of exploring the jungle from the tree tops. The staff is very friendly and...More

Thank PJacobs80
Reviewed 4 days ago
Do it!

We really enjoyed our time with Flight of the Gibbon. The course is so beautiful!!! Really breathtaking. And the ziplining is so so fun! Each part of the course is different, so there's a nice variety. Our Sky Rangers were also so nice and so...More

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank Courtney S
Reviewed 1 week ago
Package Tour which included the Elephant Sanctuary

I can't tell you how great our tour was. The ziplining was incredibly fun and our guides were great and hilarious. FYI - it can get somewhat cold in Chiang Mai and especially when you show up for ziplining in the morning the temps can...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank ngk203
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Aileen L
5 November 2018|
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Response from Rksilva | Reviewed this property |
I do not know the answer. This excursion was part of a larger tour. We did not have any luggage with us.
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Aileen Q
29 October 2018|
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Response from millerbeva |
I did the numerous platforms and I'm 65. The hard part for me was getting up the stone steps to each platform but I just took my time.
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26 September 2018|
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Response from jacqueline2749 |
how long is the trip from pick up to drop off
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