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Chiang Mai Rainforest Canopy Zipline Adventure with Thai Lunch

  • 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
Chiang Mai Rainforest Canopy Zipline Adventure
From US$132.28
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Midday TourMost Popular
Midday zipline adventure with 7:30am-10:30am departure
Sunrise Tour
Early morning zipline adventure with 5:45am-7:15am departure
Afternoon Tour
Afternoon zipline adventure with 12:15pm-1:30pm departure
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.
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1 - 5 of 79 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
So impressed!

Myself and my friends did this zip lining and we were all extremely happy with it! The staff that brought us were so attentive and full of energy! Couldn’t of ask for anything better.

Thank Alex P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Audi and Pk were great!

Really fun morning zipping through the trees. Our guides Audi and Pk were really good and added to the fun experience. The ziplines are shorter than those in Costa Rica but are through the tree canopy rather than being high above them. You therefore see...More

1  Thank Devon8-uk
Reviewed 11 August 2018
got over my fear of heights!

I booked this tour because I wanted to experience the jungle from a new angle but I was a bit worried since I had a fear of heights. When I got there, the staff were professional and kind. With every zipline I did I managed...More

2  Thank Ana E
Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile
Zip line

This was a fantastic experience - the zips were varied and the forest is stunning. The guides were professional and lots of fun!

Thank tracyth0mas
Reviewed 7 August 2018
Fantastic day out!

Great day out, would highly recommend. Everything is taken care of. The staff who take you round the course take responsibility for your safety at all times. You zip through the forrest with stunning scenery around you. Trip to the waterfall is lovely, in a...More

1  Thank Charlotte B
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Barbara M
12 September 2018|
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Response from GroupieLou | Reviewed this property |
Hard to compare experiences as I only did this one but I chose flight of the gibbon because they were listed in responsible tourism activities. Not being affiliated with any harmful to animal activities. I really enjoyed the... More
Reborn C
15 August 2018|
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Response from tracyth0mas | Reviewed this property |
I would hav to say no - dizzying heights and precarious rope bridges
3 July 2018|
Response from Stacie G | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely! My daughter was 9 when she did it and she was never left to her own devices to manage her harness. The guides were quite attentive to her needs and made sure that she was treated very well. It was quite safe and... More