Zipline and canopy tours are popular in Puerto Rico because they provide a bird's eye view of the island's breathtaking environment as you are transported across rainforest canopies on a zipline. A zipline San Juan tour provides a better perspective of Puerto Rico's natural attractions than when you view them from the ground. But before you start zipping, the zipline tour operator of your choice will provide basic training and give you an overview of the tour.
A basic zipline tour can have an average difficulty that can be handled, even by young adults or teenagers. As long as you meet the minimum height requirement (4ft) and your weight is not more than 300lbs, then you are good to go. Zipline tour operators have varying lengths and styles of ziplines. For instance, ToroVerde in Orocovis has eight two-line wires with departure and arrival platforms, and small walks to reach multiple platforms. The cable speed may depend on the wind speed.
There are advanced zipline tours that you can enjoy from San Juan, too. Thrill seekers are sure to love La Bestia, which lets them zip line with a special harness on their back. ToroVerde provides the Toro Salvaje tour where you can cross five suspension bridges and a cable bridge and experience rappelling about 230 feet to a rainforest. Learn more about these zipline San Juan tours and book them in this website.