Flight of the Gibbon Zipline
Ziplining in Chiang Mai is getting more popular every day, and for the best possible experience, we recommend Southeast Asia’s Original Zipline Tour. Rain forest are beautiful as is, but silently flying through the tree canopies like some sort of jungle superman is something else! Plus, “Flight of the Gibbon” is the only tour where there is a fair chance you may see or hear wild Gibbons in the distance. Experience nature, magic and adventure deep inside Thailand’s pristine rain forests. You are going to have an unforgettable day, as you and your friends fly through the jungle.
Perched high on a mountain, the “Flight of the Gibbon” complex is a series of platforms well-integrated into the jungle around it. All in all, there are 7km (4.3 miles) of zipline connecting 30 different platforms, 2 hanging sky bridges and 2 rappel descents (it’s that thing they do in action movies when they lower themselves with a rope around their waist). Note that our longest zipline is over 800 meters long. That is half a mile of pure ziplining adrenaline!
- A total of 5 km (3.1 miles) of ziplines including an 800m (half a mile) Zipline which is the longest in Asia!
- 30 platform stations, 2 sky bridges and 2 rappel descents
- The chance to come witness actual Gibbons in the wild!
- Unparalleled safety measures, highly-trained sky rangers in each group
- An organization that pursues sustainability and minimal impact on its environment
- The optional trek up the beautiful Mae Kampong falls
- Free flow authentic Thai meal cooked with local organic ingredients
- VIP transport and insurance coverage
- Sunrise Gibbon 06:30 a.m. – 07:00 a.m.
- Day Gibbon 08:00 a.m. – 08:30 a.m. and 09:00 a.m. – 09:30 a.m.
- Sunset Gibbon 12:30 p.m. – 01:30 p.m.
What should you bring?[checklist]
- Shorts or trousers
- Sneakers, No flip/flops or heels for your own safety!
- A light jacket for the wet or cooler season
- Insect repellent
There are some safety restrictions to ziplining in Chiang Mai. Maximum weight is 130 kilos (286 lbs). “Flight of the Gibbon” doesn’t have a minimum age but in order to fully comply with their safety measures, all of their guests have to be at least 1 meter (3 feet 3 inches) tall. Otherwise, the harness doesn’t fit properly.