Experience Phuket in a whole new way, beyond the beach and ocean, as you zip over a dense forest and get a rush of adrenaline at the same time.
What’s So Awesome About It
When you choose ziplining in Phuket, you get to experience adventure sports in an entirely different way. If you choose to go with Flying Hanuman, you get to zip between 30 platforms set high in the trees of the stunning tropical reserves. These are connected by a series of rappel lines, sky bridges, spiral staircases, and ziplines and operated by state of the art equipment.
This activity is one of a kind in Phuket and is a must for thrill seekers and adventure lovers. By choosing the Flying Hanuman course, visitors can experience a breathtaking views alongside a professional. What’s more every visitor is treated to a free t-shirt momento and fresh fruits!
What’s The Catch
Most of the activities and courses are at a beginner level, although the ziplines are longer in course A. This activity course is on the more expensive side. The equipment is not sanitized between groups. Guests should avoid carrying valuables where possible, although the park does provide limited locker use.
Things To Keep In Mind
This activity is not permitted for visitors weighing over 120kgs. This activity is not recommended for visitors who are pregnant, or have conditions like diabetes, epilepsy. This activity is not suitable for children under 4 years of age. Please wear rubber shoes/ sandals (flip flops not advisable). They charge a surcharge for credit card payments; hence it is better to carry cash. The different tours have set start times, if you decide to book on the spot, please check the website to ensure you get the tour you want to do.
Where You Can Book It From
The ziplining adventure at the Flying Hanuman World can be booked online and offline. If you pre-book – either via the website or a tour operator – you are likely to receive some perks, like a discounted price or free transit.
Here are some websites to book the tour:
The courses involve a light level of physical exertion; hence it is recommended that you wear comfortable shoes suitable for the outdoor (that cover your toes), and loose, comfortable clothing.