The scenery was stunning, during all my travels I’ve never been so high in the tree tops which such sweeping views. It was both a blessing and a curse that it was rainy season. The trees were lush, but the rain made things feel a little scarier, despite there being nothing to worry about.
My favourite zip line was the “honey moon” zip line where my sister and I got to zip line parallel together. We had our own zip line and linked arms around each other and were able to share the zip lining experience, which was a lot of fun. We giggled the whole way across and it was really special being able to share such a unique experience with my sister.
The only thing that was a little issue was that because the Flight of the Gibbons is so new in Cambodia, very few tuk tuk drivers know where the meeting point is. I’d suggest pre-arranging transport and using the phone number of the Flight of the Gibbon to get your tuk tuk driver to call and find out directions. We ended up being about 45 mins late to our session because we got quite lost. Thankfully the staff were very accommodating and we didn’t miss out on any of the fun.
Have you ever been zip lining? If so, where did you go? I’d love to hear about what experiences are like in different places.