BVI Holidays

Almost Zip Lining in the BVI

An unforgettable thrill for the whole family.

This is a zip lining tour that takes place at the top of Johnsons Ghut high in the hills above Tortola, with spectacular views overlooking the south coast and Road Town Harbour, a virtual “Shangri-La” of lush vegetation, tropical birds and flowers and the newest attraction – the Original Virgin Canopy Tour. Similar to a “zip-line” but much safer and quieter, it will provide you with all the thrills and adrenaline you are looking for but is also fun for all members of the family.

This is a tour where you will have breathtaking views of Tortola and the surrounding islands and on a clear day you can see as far away as St Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands.  Once you have completed the paperwork you will be fitted out with your canopy tour gear. Following a brief orientation and safety talk on how to use the equipment, you will arrive at the take-off point of the tour.

From here you will enjoy spectacular views of the islands while sailing through and over the rain forest canopy. The tour has been expertly designed for adventurers of all ages (from 5 to 95) and every stop along the way provides you with amazing photo opportunities to share with your friends and families.

The Original Virgin Canopy Tour, in the BVI including the outfitting and safety talk and the 7 traverse and other challenge components will take approximately 1 to 1 1/2 hours.  The tour was designed by world renowned designer Darren Hreniuk, who pioneered the first canopy tour zip-lines in Costa Rica in the 1990s and has since invented many unique products that help makes this tour safe and enjoyable. This is an absolute “must do” experience even if you have already done zip-lining before. The designers’ safety system is much safer and quieter than outmoded “WIRE” zip-line systems.  Closed in footwear must be worn.

Following your tour you can enjoy some refreshments or snacks and take in the spectacular views over Road Town, the capital of the British Virgin Islands.