The zip lines or canopy come in different forms and are often used for entertainment. Those found at children's playgrounds are short and small, usually with sand on the floor to cushion in case of a fall. The longest and largest are often used to access hard-to-reach regions.
This ecotourism activity is safe and supervised by experts at the places that provide this type of amusement, where participants are provided with helmets, gloves, pulleys, harnesses and carabiners to launch themselves into the adventure.
- •Canopy tour
- •El Valle de Antón
- •Boquete Tree Trek Canopy Adventure
What to bring:
- •A small backpack
- •1 liter of drinking water
- •Pants or jeans
- •Closed-toe shoes
- •A digital camera or video recorder with plenty of battery charge and memory space
- •Waterproof clothing or rain jacket
- •The urge for adventure and speed