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Scape Park Zipline and Hoyo Azul Tour

Highlights
  • 5-hour tour includes Scape Park zipline and swim at Hoyo Azul
  • Zoom down the nine double-cable ziplines through the forest canopy
  • Swim in the subterranean cenote at Hoyo Azul
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Scape Park Zipline and Hoyo Azul Tour
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Scape Park Zipline and Hoyo Azul Tour
USD 129.00
Overview
Combine an exciting ride on Scape Park's zipline with a refreshing swim in the Hoyo Azul cenote during this 5-hour tour from Punta Cana. Buffet lunch and round-trip transportation from Punta Cana hotels included.
What to Expect
Be ready for pickup at your Punta Cana hotel around 9am. Be sure to bring closed-toe shoes and a swimsuit with you.
Transfer in a comfortable tour vehicle to Scape Park, where you will listen to a safety briefing and get set up with a harness and helmet. 

Clip in and zoom down nine double-cable ziplines, originating from Cap Cana's Farallon Cliff, 246 feet (75 meters) off the forest floor. Some cables stretch as long as 1,378 feet and as high as 148 feet (45 meters), and you can reach speeds of up to 40 miles (64km) per hour. 

Stop at platforms in between the zip lines, climb a suspension bridge, check out a jungle cave, and rappel down to the forest floor. Once your feet are on solid ground again, make a trek on the jungle trails to the lunch site. 

After refueling with a buffet lunch, hike along a nature trail to Hoyo Azul, learning about the Dominican ecosystem on the way. Once you reach the natural limestone sinkhole, walk down the wooden staircase that takes you to the turquoise waters and jump in for a swim. 

Please note: the order of these activities may be reversed.

Return to your hotel for drop-off at the conclusion of your adventure.
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1 - 5 of 22 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Zip Line and Blue Hole Tour- So worth it

We just got back from PC and did the Scape Park as an option booked with our agents- AmStar- It was a wonderful morning/day. The zip line was top notch and did require just a bit of physical ability. Wear sneakers (that can get wet...More

Thank Sara S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
A bit more physical than advertised, but fun!

The zipline was nice, you have a lot of stairs and walking as well as a mini rock wall climb which makes it interesting. I would highly recommend sneakers as you're walking thru rocks. For the hoyo azul I would recommend water shoes. Bring water...More

Thank Sharon S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great experience

We did the zip line and Hoya Azul excursion. The views from the zips was amazing. The staff was friendly and efficient the entire time. The water in Hoya Azul was so refreshing after all the zip lining. Definitely worth the money

Thank Zach A
Reviewed 5 July 2018
Zipline and Blue Hole

My husband and 20 year old son did the zipline, while I cooled off in the Xenotes area. They both loved it! Quite and adventure! The only downside, was all the stairs to climb to get to each line. Beware of strenuous activity. The Blue...More

Thank Penny C
Reviewed 5 July 2018
exhilarating

First time to Punta Cana and we decided to take an excursion to Scape Park on June 30,2018. The 12 line park was so much fun. These lines are not for the weary or unhealthy. There's lots of climbing, hiking, crawling to get to each...More

Thank Kenya M
ScapeParkatCapCana, Marketing Coordinator at Scape Park at Cap Cana, responded to this reviewResponded 7 July 2018

Thank you for this Excellent Rating, We appreciate that you take your time to share your experience and are very happy to know you had an exciting visit. Come back and try our other attractions, you will love them too.

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rexandbarbara
30 July 2018|
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Response from Kenya M | Reviewed this property |
Not to my knowledge however you do want to be physically fit, there is a lot of climbing and hiking for this one. There are 12 lines total.
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LeslieHill2016
1 July 2018|
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Response from SweeKathy_Tian | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is an age requirement. My little son is three years old and I have to ask my friends family to take care of him first and wait us back to pick him. I don’t know exactly age requirement. I believe kids should at 8... More
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