For a fun-filled day away, head off to Toroverde Nature Adventure Park. This new ecotourism park offers ziplining, hanging bridges, rappelling, and mountain bike riding from novice to expert levels. Combination packages are available, but ziplining is the standout attraction. The park is located in the lush mountains of Orocovis, less than an hour from the heart of San Juan.
There are more miles of San Juan ziplining cable at Toroverde than any other park in the world. Try “The Canopy” tour, perfect for novices, features eight ziplines from 800 to 2500 feet long. The panoramic views flying 600 feet above the surrounding landscape will take your breath away. “La Bestia” tour is unlike all others. Outfitted with a large body harness and cables attached to your back, you’ll fly through the air like a bird. This zip line is almost a mile long, one of the longest zip lines in the world (as certified by Guinness World Records).
Height and weight restrictions apply on all ziplines and weather conditions affect operating hours at Toroverde. The Numero Uno concierge staff can arrange transportation to the park and tour reservations. Another nearby ziplining location worth considering is Rainforest Zipline Park, which is just under an hour away in the foothills of El Yunque Rainforest.