The world's craziest zip-line destinations

One of Asia's top zip-line outfits can be found in Laos. The Gibbon Experience is a zip line on a mission to promote forest conservation.

the Zambezi River at Batoka Gorge in Zimbabwe? You fly for over 425 m (1,394 ft) at 120 m (393 ft) above the churning cauldron.

Costa Rica
The popular canopy tour options available at Costa Rica's Mahogany Park in San José include an amazing zip-line flight over the rain forest. 

United Arab Emirates
The current title holder of the world's longest zip line is Jebel Jais Flight in the UAE, as noted by Guinness World Records. 

Alaska's Tongass National Forest near Ketchikan can be explored from a zip line that arrows through this rare and pristine environment, home to many species of endangered flora and fauna.

The amazing zip-line flight against the Manto de la Novia waterfall in Baños de Agua Santa, Ecuador, is a truly memorable experience.

WildPlay Niagara Falls Zipline to the Falls, an operation based in Ontario, Canada, is an astonishing flight without features and affords awesome views of the mighty Niagara.

One of the longest overwater zip lines in the world can be experienced in the Caribbean, at Labadee Island in Haiti. 

New Zealand
Known as the "Island of Wine" for the numerous vineyards that embroider the interior, Waiheke Island on New Zealand's North Island is the location of EcoZip Adventure.

Puerto Rico
 It's approximately 2.4 km (1.5 mi) long and reaches 365 m (1,200 ft) high, picking up speeds of up to 144 kph (90 mph).

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