Jungle Parc

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No, it’s not necessary unless you have a group of 10 or more people.

Comfortable clothing and sports footwear.

We do not recommend starting at the EXTREME circuit as it is quite difficult. We advise you to start with the EXPLORER circuit as it has 2 different levels within the same circuit (green & black). The black circuit contains more difficult exercises but they are optional.

Children completing the PIRATES circuit are given 1 hour to do so. For adults completing the EXPLORER or EXTREME circuits, please calculate approximately 1 hour. An additional 15 minutes should be added to all courses for training purposes.

No, as we have various circuits with varying levels of difficulty: from beginners to experienced.

(Harness, karabiner clips, pullies): Not a problem, as all participants will complete a small training circuit before attempting the actual course. An instructor will explain how the equipment works and the rules that must be followed.

A cloudy or rainy day does not prevent the operation of the activity. However we do cancel the activity during heavy rain and electric storms. We advise you to call us first as the weather on the island can be variable.

Picnics are not permitted. We have a small bar supplying soft drinks and ice creams. There are picnic areas (beach etc), bars and restaurants close by.

No, as long as the safety rules are respected at all times. This is an autonomous sport and this signifies that each participant is responsible for the correct usage of the rules given by the instructor in the training area.

No, as the activity is autonomous (according to European laws for acrobatic forestal circuits) This signifies that the JUNGLE PARC instructors are there to give instructions in the training area, to monitor the participants within the circuit and intervene when help is required.

No, we only use JUNGLE PARC material, checked and controlled daily by our staff.

Our instructors are trained and experienced in rescues at height and are ready to intervene with abseiling techniques should the situation arise.

No, only the activity participants pay. There are pathways allowing non participants to follow the circuits.

Yes, as long as they remain on a lead and any mess is cleared up.

On the PIRATES circuit, adult supervision is required. One adult cannot supervise more than 3 children. This is also the case for the EXPLORADOR circuit, where one adult must participate for each group of 3 children under 11 years.

Children must be at least 11 years (EXPLORADOR course) and 12 years 8EXTREMO course) to participate without an adult. However participants under 16 years of age must be accompanied by (a walking) adult at all times.

100 meters (on the Extreme circuits), but there are many zip-wires within the circuits ranging between 30 and 90 meters.

No, as the activity requires cooperation from the children (handling karabiner clips on their own)