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Zipline Cola de Mono

2 km from Santa Teresa Town,, Santa Teresa, Peru
+51 984 992 203
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Great experience

The base camp is located in a scenic location near the river. The equipment, instructions and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
bert-jan01
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Vught, The Netherlands
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Super sick!

We spontaneously decided to do this, called in, and were told that we were welcome to come an hour... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2017
Amira E
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With over 2500m of "flying time," our 6 cable, 2 hour guided zipline tour is sure to be an experience you will never forget! After a short hike to the highest mountain platform, we will take you zipping down through the Andes, reaching speeds of nearly 60km/h, while you take in the absolutely stunning surrounding landscapes, rivers, and valleys below. Located just off the Inka Trail down river of Machu Picchu.The Best and cheaper way to go to Machu Picchu. We also offer: DELUX Camping, Hot Tub, dinner, lunch, breakfast, trekking, Kayak school and Rafting.
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“zip line” (59 reviews)
“machu picchu” (15 reviews)
“hot springs” (5 reviews)
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2 km from Santa Teresa Town,, Santa Teresa, Peru
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+51 984 992 203
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The base camp is located in a scenic location near the river. The equipment, instructions and safety awareness were great. After an initial hike the zip lining starts. Afterwards we took a warm lunch in the restaurant. Good hamburgers. We combined it with a visit...More

Thank bert-jan01
Reviewed 16 June 2017

We spontaneously decided to do this, called in, and were told that we were welcome to come an hour later (which is when we asked to come). The bathrooms at the base are super cool; they're open faced on one side, with a view of...More

Thank Amira E
Reviewed 17 February 2017 via mobile

I spent 5 months in Peru and this is one of the highlights for me! I had the best time at this place and the zipping was just incredible! The guides are lovely and friendly and very safe!

Thank Emma V
Reviewed 17 October 2016

We stayed here for 2 nights, did the round trip to Machu Picchu here (would recommend the hike from Hidro, then take bus up, then hike back), and did the zip line. The treehouse was very cozy, and surrounded by beautiful flora. The meals and...More

Thank Nicholas T
Reviewed 23 September 2016 via mobile

My husband and I came to Peru to celebrate our 20 yr anniversary. I was very excited to zipline for the 1st time and it did not disappoint. Unfortunately we were neither physically nor mentally prepared for the "25" min walk which is actually a...More

Thank Jason A
Reviewed 10 July 2016

I was staying in Aquas Calientes for a few days and wanted to go here. They helped me with the train schedule and even arranged a car to pick me up from Hidro (the train stop from AC). Once I got there, Marco (Owner) and...More

Thank Dan J
Reviewed 19 June 2016

My wife and I were brought to the Zipline Cola de Mono by our guide early in the morning before the crowds. We each had our own instructor who made sure our harnesses were properly put on and attached and hooked up on each of...More

Thank Dan M
Reviewed 17 June 2016

Such friendly and accommodating staff. I'm terrified of heights, but it's such a beautiful area and the people definitely know what they're doing so you feel quite safe. Definitely check out the restaurant there - Chola y Che - they home make the bread!

Thank Leena D
Reviewed 24 May 2016

My husband, son, and I camped here and then did the zipline. What an experience and the views were spectacular. Dre and Tania were so safe and professional and made me, the scared one, feel comfortable. They speak perfect English and Spanish, so you don't...More

Thank scubamaui
Reviewed 28 April 2016

We heard about the Zip Line activity in Cusco, Perú and someone recomended us Canopy Cola de Mono in Santa Teresa nearby Machu Picchu as the best alternative, we got a hold of them directly and decided to spend a night in the new Tree...More

Thank MonkeyKings
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Mairi S
21 July 2016|
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Response from Dan J | Reviewed this property |
Hi Mairi S, I'm sorry, I don't know if there are any weight restrictions. I agree with scubamaui. Contact them thru email. Everyone there is great and easy to work with.
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madnessdavidson
30 January 2016|
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Response from Ferenc C | Reviewed this property |
Depends on what is the kind of tour you are taking to Machu Picchu. It is for example can be part of the Salkantay trek. In this one you can choose to take the zipline on day 4 and Machu Picchu is on day 5. It should be... More
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gkk34242
11 June 2015|
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Response from Zipline_Canopy_Peru | Property representative |
Hi how are you?? The way to come from Aguas Calientes is by train o walking By train there are 3 different times 645 1230 130 In case you walk if would be 3 hours walking In Santa Teresa we have Cocalmayo Hot springs... More
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