Rediscover Rainforest Adventures at special local rates

By Rainforest Adventures

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Rainforest Ariel Tram, Zip Lines

(PRESS RELEASE) – This October, there’s a unique combination of action and relaxation to choose from at the Rainforest Adventures Park at Chassin, Babonneau.

To celebrate Creole Heritage Month, Rainforest Adventures is inviting all Saint Lucians to experience their exhilarating eco-adventure tours at over 60% discount, after which patrons will be treated to local eats in a colourful Kweyol setting.

Saint Lucia’s leading zip-lining destination offers the Adrena-Line Canopy Tour, comprising of ten zip lines through the rainforest at heights of over one hundred feet.

For the less energetic nature lover, the Aerial Tram is a relaxing glide through the canopy to the top of the mountain, where a wonderful panorama is revealed before the spectacular journey back down to home base.

Those who like to hike are also offered a bracing trek along the Jacquot Trail, studded with ancient trees and giant ferns. And then there is the Ultimate Three tour which allows those who are really adventurous to experience all tours in one day.

Welcoming forty thousand visitors to its idyllic setting every year, the company employs over ninety permanent staff, many of whom live in the surrounding communities.

Employees at Rainforest Adventures are trained and educated in the ecology of the area and the history of the Castries Waterworks Reserve. With every bird and blossom described in enlightening detail by enthusiastic guides, the park is a fascinating and unique way to see a slice of Saint Lucia’s oceanic rainforest.

“Rediscovering Rainforest Adventures is our way of reminding Saint Lucians that the park at Chassin offers a healthy, exciting, family-friendly day out throughout the year,” says RFA’s Marketing and Sales Manager, Donna Compton-Charles.

“We are excited to welcome Saint Lucians in October with huge discounts as well as delicious local treats to celebrate Creole Heritage Month.”

To book your Rainforest Adventure, call 458 5151 or email [email protected]

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