Have you ever dreamed of flying? If yes, Toro Verde Eco Adventure Park is the place for you!
Toro Verde Eco Adventure Park (Toro Verde) is the largest adventure park in the Caribbean and the Americas.
I’ve tested every zipline Toro Verde has to offer. So, I speak from experience when I say this park guarantees one epic adventure.
In this article, I will cover everything that you need to know about Toro Verde Eco Adventure Park in Puerto Rico:
– What is Toro Verde Eco Adventure Park?
– Where is it located?
– How long is the Toro Verde zipline?
– How much does it cost to ride the monster zipline in Puerto Rico?
– Is The Monster zipline scary?
– Is Toro Verde Eco Adventure Park worth visiting?
– Is there an entrance fee?
– Frequently asked questions
Toro Verde Eco Adventure Park is an eco-centered, adrenaline-filled zipline park.
Depending on your tour, you can zip down Toro Verde’s seven adjoining zipline course (Canopy Tour); The Monster, the longest zip line in America; and The Beast.
Toro Verde offers three other exhilarating outdoor attractions: Toro Verde’s Climbing Towers, Toro Roller, and Toro Bikes.
Learn about more adventurous activities in our article 15 Best Outdoor Activities In Puerto Rico.
Toro Verde Eco Adventure Park is located in Orocovis, a town known as “The Heart of Puerto Rico.”
Orocovis forms part of Puerto Rico’s central mountain range.
That means you’ll be ziplining from some of the island’s tallest peaks.
Here’s a Google Map of Toro Verde’s location:
Due to its location, the weather in Toro Verde is unpredictable.
Wear comfortable clothing (ones you won’t mind getting dirty), closed toes shoes, and bring a waterproof jacket.
Are you looking for a Toro Verde adventure closer to San Juan?
Check-out Toro Verde Urban Park.
Toro Verde counts with nine ziplines, providing a fun range of lengths and speeds.
The Canopy Tour includes seven shorter (but still exhilarating) ziplines.
The Monster, the longest zipline in America, is 1.57 miles long (2.5km), and The Beast is 4,745ft long.
Depending on the package you choose, you can expect to spend between $80-$150.
For a complete experience, explore the Day Pass, which for a little bit more, allows you to pick four out of the five available attractions.
The Toro Pass is the best choice if you’re seeking pure adrenaline.
For more information on prices and tour packages, visit the Toro Verde website.
Flying at 8,300ft at approximately 95mph in the air sounds scary.
But, once you get off the launching platform, any initial butterflies fly away at the breathtaking sights of the Orocovis mountain range and forest.
Here’s a video of The Monster to ease (or heighten) your worries:
If you want to experience some on the ground adventures, check out our article 20 Best Hiking Trails In Puerto Rico.
Toro Verde Eco Adventure Park is a fantastic eco and family-friendly activity that’s 100% worth experiencing.
Do keep in mind that this is a high-intensity all-day trip!
The best way to enjoy Toro Verde is to book your tour, be punctual, and schedule enough time to rest and eat between activities.
Toro Verde has its own shuttle from San Juan.
For more information, visit the Toro Verde transportation page.
There is no entrance fee to Toro Verde.
Although, to participate in their fun-filled activities, you must pick a tour and make a reservation.
Visitors (and furry companions) may eat and drink from two of Toro Verde’s restaurants and browse the gift shop and welcome center.
Visitors must be at least 12 years old, 100 lbs, and 4ft tall to zipline. Younger kids can test their skills on the climbing towers and kids park.
The Monster is by far the most impressive zipline in Toro Verde, one that you simple can't miss. Close behind, due to their uniqueness, follow the Toro Bikes and Toro Roller.
Toro Verde Eco Adventure Park offers one of the most exciting eco experiences on the island.
This one-of-a-kind park is perfect for thrill seekers and families.
Take flight, and zip down the longest zipline in the Americas, The Monster, for a truly exceptional experience. Regardless of your choice of attraction, you’re in for the ride of your life!
If you are looking for other outdoor adventures, then check out our article 15 Best Outdoor Activities In Puerto Rico.
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Writer at PuertoRico.com. I was born and raised in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. I know all the ins and outs of the island. For 22 years, I’ve tasted, seen, experienced, and explored most of Puerto Rico’s gems. I still have many road trips planned for all of the things that I’ve yet to experience in Puerto Rico.About the author