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St. Thomas Ziplining Excursion Reviews

St. Thomas Ziplining cruise excursion
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Soar high in the St. Thomas rain forest of St. Peter Mountain. Traverse 8 platforms with stunning views of Magen’s Bay, the BVI and beyond.
Member Image Snipe74
4 reviews
Nov 2014

Tree Limin' Extreme Zipline very safe and friendly staff, but way over-rated, poor value for money. Advertised as about 4 hours total; actual time consumed pier to pier about 3 hours. Facility consists of 6 ziplines plus two rope-supported wooden planked bridges. About 15 minute ride in safari type vehicle (open sides, solid roof) from pier to site and then back (included in price). Time on ziplines and bridges themselves only about 3 minutes. Spent vast majority of time waiting around on platforms, which afforded great views, but which became boring after a while (view never really changed from platform to platform). My overall "thrill" rating of this Zipline on scale of 1 to 10 - 4 (hardly extreme). My previous zipline experience with similar ratings: At Oahu mini golf course (about 20 feet off ground, about 15 second ride) - 3; RCCL Allure of Seas over Boardwalk area - 3, and Icy Strait Point (~90 second ride in chair vs harness (can go arms free), 60-65 mph top speed, 6 parallel 5330 ft ziplines, 300 feet over trees, beginning elevation about 1400 feet, ending elevation, near sea level, 45 minute narrated (very interesting) bus ride to launching platforms, auto decel/stop at end of ziplines themselves) - 10.

What really irked me though was the misleading advertisement (per their brochure) regarding what I expected was a complimentary drink back at the pier, but which proved not to be the case. To quote their brochure: "Lastly, end your ultimate Caribbean experience with a tropical libation at our Caribbean run shack da lime in da coconut located at Yacht Haven Grande. This specialty bar features Caribbean rums and beers from various islands. Our signature drink "da lime in da coconut" is served in a fresh cut coconut with your choice of rum.". In fact, if you visited the Zipline gift shop, you received a coupon for $1.00 off a drink. Hardly complimentary. They should clarify this in their advertising materials.

Read Snipe74's full Norwegian Getaway cruise review
Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image swchris
1 review
Jun 2014

In St. Thomas we got to do some shopping near the ship which resulted in my wife picking up a fantastic evening dress. Then we were off to the Zip Line tour. Great people, maximum safety, and wow the views were absolutely fantastic.

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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image cabelltini
1 review
Not Rated
Apr 2014

I actually didn't go because i am scared of heights but my family went. They LOVED It. They said it was so fun and the views of the island were breathtaking. The one thing they said made it really special was how funny and nice the crew was on the trip. They played with the kids and made it really fun for the whole group.

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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image Cold in ILLINOIS
2 reviews
Not Rated
Feb 2014

This is one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean

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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image sockeye1
1 review
Not Rated
Nov 2013

Outstanding!!!! See info above. This was one of the best excursions I have ever been on with the exception of the America's Cup sailboat races.

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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image dawntrdr
4 reviews
Aug 2013

Great time; we would recommend it.

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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image Glenn90
1 review
Not Rated
Jun 2013

Excellent.

Read Glenn90's full Allure of the Seas cruise review
Provider: Royal Caribbean International

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