Flight of the Gibbon – Zip-lining – 15/1/2013

Flight of the Gibbons is a ecologically-friendly and stable zip-lining tour that runs in several locations across Thailand. It supports the rainforest in which is is situated, especially the gibbons for which it is named.


We went to the zip-lining in Koh Chang Forest. We had to put on harnesses and helmets. At a platform, a man told us how to do it, then we ziplined through the forest. It felt like when you fell off a tube. We went on the longest zipline which was the best. We went on a sky bridge and it felt like the poles would break. We went abseiling which felt like I was plummeting down to certain death. We had lunch then went to the top of a waterfall and then went to the hotel.

– Max


Tourist information:

For a full day in the Chiang Mai park, it’s 4199 baht per person. The itinerary varies depending on when you want to start the day, but often goes something like this (itinerary taken from website):

08:30 – Pick up from hotel and transfer to Mae Kampong Village
09:30 – Welcome & introduction, meet your Sky Rangers, put on safety gear and transfer to starting point for a full safety briefing
10:00 – Start your adventure! Approximately 2½ hours of Ziplines, skybridges, nature walks and abseiling, all while taking in the glory and majesty of this beautiful and ancient rainforest
12:30 – Enjoy your authentic, organically sourced Thai lunch
13:30 – Optional hike up to Mae Kampong Waterfall/Mae Kampong wooden temple
14:15 – Program wrap-up and transfer back to Chiang Mai, approximately 1 hour

Flight of the Gibbons is open all 365 days a year (one has to assume this also includes the 29th of February in leap years).

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