Zipline in Puerto Rico


We offer our unique zipline experience to anyone 8 years old and up, with or without previous experience, with the hope of helping you develop or improve the required skills of the sport while also simply having a great time! There are few better places in the world to take a zipline tour than the beautiful landscape of the Rio Grande and El Yunque National Forest.

We strive to educate guests on the preservation of our forest ecosystems and the wonders of the living nature that surrounds and encompasses us. We love to share the history and mystical enchantment of our island and El Yunque with you. This is an experience that you’re not likely to forget!

We guarantee a memorable ziplining adventure for you and your family here in Puerto Rico. Explore more of our ziplining tour options and plan your next visit to the El Yunque National Forest with Rainforest Zipline.

Top-Rated Zipline Tours In Puerto Rico
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Great Adventure!

The staff was friendly, welcoming and FUN! Had an amazing time learning to zip line on their 8 lines. Saw some great views and made even better memories. Highly recommend 👍🏼

– Laura P., TripAdvisor
Perfect Way To Experience The Rain Forest!

The owners and employees of this zipline park were so gracious, helpful, and the love and passion they have for their forest is wonderful and contagious!

– Jay P., TripAdvisor
Beautiful Site. Great staff.

My wife and I did the zip line tour with our 15-year-old daughter in January 2019. The location is beautiful. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. I thought the way they have the course setup, working you up from short simple runs to longer and more complex ones were very smart.

– Jackson F., TripAdvisor
Flying High - El Yunque Rain Forest via Zipline!

Three adventuresome 18 yr old ladies - daughter and two chums- report they had the 'time of their lives.'We parents, who remained earthbound, were impressed by the care and vigilance of the four-member crew. They took things nice and easy, building the girls up to a 1/2 mile long zip above the Rain Forest.

– Jayne O., TripAdvisor