“El Monstruo,” was recently certified by the Guinness World Records™ as the world's longest zip line at 7,234 feet - and approximately 1,200 feet in height.
Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park located in the lush mountains of Orocovis, Puerto Rico provides an ideal setting for both nature lovers and adventure seekers.
Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park offers one of the most extensive system of Zip line Tours in Puerto Rico. Thrill seekers can enjoy tours from the 797 feet long "Thunderbird", a medium speed run 213 feet above the ground to the exhilarating "Flight of the Phoenix" that allows you to soar 623 feet above the ground for a distance of 2526 feet.
You have to try "La Bestia" which means The Beast, one of the longest zip lines in the world at close to 5,000 feet you will reach speeds of up to 60 miles per hour, unforgettable. And now, "El Monstruo," the worlds longest and highest zip line.
For the more adventurous and physically fit, Toro Verde offers tours which combine zip lines with rappelling and horizontal rock climbing. Contact the park for a description of all the different tours and activities available.
For those looking to do some mountain biking in Puerto Rico The Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park also features the Marla Streb Singletrack Jungle, a wold-class 8 mile trail develop with the professional mountain bike racer for whom the trail is named.
All tours include a lunch snack consisting of a sandwich, chips and soda.
A ride on "The Beast"
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Highway 22 out of San Juan, to exit #42 towards Morovis, you will be making a left at traffic light. You will be on PR-137 the Tony Laureano Expressway. At the fifth traffic light, make a right turn(this will be a flashing light). Follow PR155 to Orocovis Km 32.9. You will see many signs directing you to Toro Verde along the way.
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