Before you arrive
You can soar through the canopy of the Vanuatu jungle and over canyons, in any weather. Take a look at what to bring so that you have the best possible day imaginable!
Bring your favourite camera, smart phone, insect repellant and sunscreen.
Consider bringing swimmers, a towel and some cash if you want to take advantage of the local beaches, snorkelling, waterfalls, shops or duty-free before you return back to the cruise ship or hotel.
The Zipline is really popular as an activity when its raining. If it’s raining consider bringing a towel and a dry clothes.
Comfortable clothing that is suitable for a full body harness.
Closed toe shoes are the best footwear to wear.
Don’t wear loose jewellery or unsecured items that may be dropped or lost on tour.
Wear your long hair in a bun so it can’t get caught in the zipline trolley.
Caps are fine to wear under the helmets.
A secure room to lock up your bags, and toilets.
Rainwater for drinking and topping up water bottles free of charge and other drinks and t-shirts for purchase.
Rain jackets, lanyards to tie your cameras to your harness, and pouches to put your smart phone in that are also secured to your harness.
We now offer alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks for purchase after the Zipline.
Vanuatu is in the tropics and is warm all year round. Its why we love living here. Some days are more humid and hotter than others. We get lots of rain. Its why the country is so lush and green all year round. Us locals like to wear comfortable clothing hats and sunscreen. When we go out and about we often take our swimmers and a towel in case we want to have a swim and cool off at a pool, beach or local waterfall.
So you have paid for the flight and hotel and the holiday and its raining or bucketing down, now what? Make every day count and come for a Zipline. We love Ziplining in the rain amongst our rainforest. We provide rain jackets and suggest you bring a towel and dry clothes.
All guests are required to sign an acknowledgement of risk and a release of liability and indemnification waver. You can watch our video of the safety brief and risks below and also download a printable copy of our waiver here.