Quinisha Shenell 2 years ago 0.0 Your rating: This was my second time zip lining, my first was in Puerto Rico a few winters ago. When we arrived we signed our waivers, checked in and waited for our zip guides to arrive. The group began to gather and I was most excited by its small size. My last zip adventure was with a group of 20+, all ranging in age and size – lots of waiting, hemming and hawing. This group looked like real adventurist. It was clear that while the intent was fun, the first concern was safety. We were weighed to make sure we were within regulations of weight restrictions (another thing that didn’t happen in Puerto Rico). Everyone was cleared to go after a brief overview of the day and hands on assistance from our guides on how to properly latch in. While we were preparing to leave the rain was coming down something serious. I know we are in the rainforest so it seemed everyone was ready to roll no matter the weather conditions as long as it was safe.We hopped in the safari style truck. The rain stopped. The sun came out. We ended up with a perfect day for zip lining. Our guides shared the story of the live ranch and gave us some precautions. A short drive later we were hopping out of the truck and on our way to a ton of fun.Overall this was the best zip lining experience I’ve had in my short history of zipping. The dip portion of the day was a lot of fun. Be prepared for the hike back up – its totally doable, but you’ll feel the burn. While the sandwiches were simple they were delicious. My friend and I went to the Chevron station a few days later and purchased another chocolate chip cookie, yummy! They source all of their food from the Chevron station.The lines were wonderful lengths, of course my favorite was the 1200′ King Kong. Ian and Octavia were the BEST guides you can ask for. They learned everyones names really quickly, were very fun, engaged and knowledgable about the area. Talk about amazing views. Amazing. But, take some time to look down as well, there are a good amount of cow pies – this is a live ranch after all. I had the time of my life and took some amazing pictures. They also take snapshots of you while on a few lines, which you are purchase at the end of your adventure. Ian asked what we’d planed for the rest of the day, we told him about our Queen’s Bath plans. He made the best recommendation of our trip. Leave Queen’s Bath with just enough time to watch the sunset from the open grass plot above the Bath, just to the left of the entrance of Queen’s Bath. We did and WOW! I’d like to go back just to thank him for making that suggestion.