Do you want to try zip lining and become Tarzan for a day? Good news! It is possible in Guadeloupe Archipelago!
Whether you are an adventurous lover or want to bring your kids and family to have fun, you will have the choice between 2 amazing parks: “Mangofil” in Saint-Claude Township and “Le Tapeur” in Pointe-Noire Township. Both of them have different circuit levels in terms of height or difficulty to suit everybody and you will definitely have a wonderful experience, you will never forget. Let’s have a look closer to each park.
Located in the heart of the tropical forest, in Basse-Terre Island just in front of Guadeloupe zoo, “Le Tapeur” adventure Park offers 500 metres of zip lining, suspended bridges and 5 circuits. Obviously, there are different levels to suit kids, adults and reckless people. Here are some names of the various circuits: “Le Tapeur” is a medium level, “Le Sucrier” is recommended for kids and “Le Fou-fou” is for reckless people. In terms of safety, you will get an introductory course to get used with the material. It is a great way to explore the beauty of the forest from the top.
If you are feeling hungry after these activities, you will be able to enjoy the panoramic restaurant called “Les Amarylis”.
The opening hours are everyday from 10am to 4pm.
Mangofil is located in Saint-Claude Township and is also part of the tropical forest of Guadeloupe Archipelago. Furthermore, Saint Claude is also the township where there is the volcano “La Soufrière” so the landscape is amazingly beautiful. There are different circuits to suit adults and kids. Walls, footbridges, suspended bridges, suspended logs and beams are part of the programme for intense sensation and an unforgettable time. The zip lining will allow you to overfly a coffee plantation, a river and the tropical garden. Others funny activities include orienteering race in the heart of the tropical forest, a climbing wall as well as a giant trampoline.
The park is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 9am to 5pm.
Don’t miss out these adventurous parks when visiting Guadeloupe archipelago!