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I was crossing the island on my motorbike when I came across this attraction. Basic but safe, friendly family run business. Safety procedures well demonstrated and practiced before starting. Do not expect flashy. The lines are well laid out with a few long ones.
First time we had been to Koh Samui and we are quite adventurous couple so we thought Zip lining would be perfect. You have to ring and book but our hotel rang and sorted that out for us and they came and picked us up...More
I was a little nervous but after the first zip I could tell it was a very safe set up and so I just relaxed and enjoyed myself.
It is a great buzz and the guides who take us through the course add more fun...More
The zip lining was very short lived and a little overpriced, but what we did do was great fun. The man and the woman who assisted us round the course were friendly and helpful. My partner and I felt safe the whole time! We were...More
They picked us up at the hotel. Abt 30 mins ride deep into the jungle. Transferred onto a 4WD, then had to trek up around 50m where we were geared up with harness etc. Then further trekking around 100m to the first zipline station. There...More
We found this place by accident after hiring a car and taking a random drive across the island via the mountains.
I am glad we did. This place, whilst not being as "safe" on the platforms as the US or Europe was absolutely secure on...More
So we went on this tour when we were in samui last year.
It was so much fun! Though not for the faint hearted. Half of the trees feel unstable and like they could break any moment. So unless your adventurous I wouldn't suggest it....More
Date of experience: September 2016
1 Thank Travelbug19801980
skypilotbrian, Public Relations Manager at Treetop Tour Cable Ride, responded to this reviewResponded 6 July 2017
We dont have shaky trees, or at least none that can be considered unsafe. I suspect you went on one of the other zipline outfits on the island. It has happened before, people get the name mixed up and post reviews to us, when they...More
Our group of 5 had an unforgettable experience up in the trees this place is fantastic, personally slightly afraid of height but it didn't matter, I would highly recommend. Up there with one of the best things to do in Ku Samui!! Great view of...More
Although it was very enjoyable, I was a little disappointed with the cost for value. They promote 11 zip lines and the longest zip line in Samui, there was only 8 and the longest being about 100 metres. I did the experience on my own...More
Date of experience: June 2017
3 Thank Fred M
skypilotbrian, Public Relations Manager at Treetop Tour Cable Ride, responded to this reviewResponded 18 June 2017
We do indeed have 11 cables and they do travel 850 meters. Any zipline will go quickly if you only count the cable zip time, you didnt stop on the platforms to take photos or enjoy the jungle, or the views, just rush through? Then...More
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We do monkey rescue. They are chained up because if they were not, they would be shot by the farmers in 1 day. We do not want to own monkeys, or chain them up, but the alternative is death, so which would you prefer? We got... More
We do monkey rescue. They are chained up because if they were not, they would be shot by the farmers in 1 day. We do not want to own monkeys, or chain them up, but the alternative is death, so which would you prefer? We got both monkeys because their mothers were shot for eating fruit and being monkeys. We do not want to see them live their life in a 4ft cage, as our older one did until we got her, so we do the best we can for them and try to give them a decent life. We let them loose just before dark so they can climb and play, then they come home when it gets dark, if we let them go in daytime, they will go straight to the nearest farm and be shot/trapped/poisoned on sight. THERE IS NOWHERE ON THAT ISLAND FOR MONKEYS TO BE SAFE. FARMERS HUNT THEM.