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Peru Zip Lines

Chivay

Colca Zip Line
La Calera s/n, Chivay, Arequipa Peru
054 958989931
Colca Zip Line
This zip-line course features four rides for a total of over 4000 feet. The first two rides are an introduction to ziplining, especially braking, and the third line is an extremely fast and high line where speeds near 100 kph can be reached. By the fourth ride, you can do stunts such as spinning and turning upside down, which we call 'a Spiderman'. Drag chutes and a final braking system are used to control speed.

Cusco

Flight Of The Condor Zip Line
Calle Garcilaso 265, Cusco, Peru
984009110
Flight Of The Condor Zip Line
Do not miss the best Peru zip line riding more of 3 Kilometers long in our four lines. Specially on our longest line of 4,100 feet making your fly so thrill and faster. Actually the Condor zip line are the best, extreme and safe of Cusco Peru and this your experience will be more amazing if you mix with our ATV visiting Maras Moray and the Salt mines.

Cuzco

Natura Vive - Sacred Valley Zip Line
Valle Sagrado, Cuzco, a 10 minutos de Ollantaytambo, Cusco, Cusco, Peru
(51) 084-799158
Natura Vive - Sacred Valley Zip Line
2000 mt long, divided in 6 lines from 150 mt up to 500 mt long. In the middle of Incas sacred valley, 50 minutes away from Cusco. Beautiful views, safe and fun. It is one of the first world-class zip lines in South America.

Plaza de Armas

Eye of the Jaguar
Portal Confituria 285-A, Plaza de Armas, Cusco, Peru
051-986-113-252
Eye of the Jaguar
Eye of the Jaguar is the longest zip line in the world. It uses a single unbroken span of over 2,130 meters, which is 6990 feet or 1.3 miles. Located 45 minutes north of Cusco.

Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve

Amazonia Expeditions
Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve, Peru
(800) 262-9669
Amazonia Expeditions
Operates in the Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve. Zip line canopy adventure in the Amazon. Ride through the Amazon 100 feet above the ground. It is a tandem zip line of stainless steel aircraft cables. The speed of one's flight can be controlled by the user to soar rapidly, slow down, or stop to take pictures.