Veragua Rainforest Park
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Veragua Rainforest Park
A rain forest has layers of life, and the view from the canopy is totally different from the on-the-ground perspective (which is especially tough when you're trying to make sure you don't lose a hiking boot in the damp muck). Swooping over the rain forest via zip line is an unforgettable experience—not to mention a cleaner one. At the 1,376-hectare (3,400-acre) Veragua Rainforest Park, you'll zip a course strung across a network of nine platforms, with the highest traverse topping out at 46 meters (151 feet) and spanning a length equivalent to two football fields.
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