12 ziplines, 3 suspended sky bridges & 1 thrilling abseil
Learn about the oldest rainforest in the world
Magnificent views of the waterfalls & Andaman sea
Cultural experience through authentic Malay cuisine
Swim in the legendary Seven Wells Waterfalls
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Free one way transfer : Hotel to Umgawa
2 Skyrangers per group of 9 persons
High end Zipline Equipment (Petzl)
Welcome drink, free usage of lockers, cold towel, drinking water throughout the tour
4 complimentary photos
Local Malaysian course lunch (vegetarian available)
Swim at the waterfalls (towels provided)
Transportation from Umgawa back to hotel
What you can expect
You can see the rainforest in the mountains from anywhere on Langkawi Island and now you have a safe, thrilling and exciting way to experience it as never before possible. Umgawa is the island’s first world-class zipline eco-adventure tour that is a fun and educational way for the whole family to share the thrill of a lifetime. Spend 2.5 hours soaring along 12 different ziplines past waterfalls and experiencing spectacular views all around you and all the way to the Andaman Sea. This is a truly eco-adventure that allows you to get close to many of Langkawi Geopark’s 550 million-year-old geological wonders and its wildlife.
Safety is the number one priority as you take on this adventure. Each group of a maximum of nine guests is accompanied by two internationally-certified Safety Sky Ranger Guides. In addition to being highly-trained and certified safety rangers, they also serve as guides and will educate you about the rainforest and its inhabitants, its 220 species of birds, and the tropical flowers and fauna surrounding you.
The local Malay culture in Langkawi can clearly be seen in the local cuisines & customs, and with some slight cross cultural influences from the neighbouring country, Thailand. Drinks are usually sweet to the palate, pastries are appetizers and the local dishes are full of flavours with local herbs and spices. Langkawi is also gifted with an abundance of tropical fruits such as; mangoes, bananas, papaya, rambutan, mangosteen, durian, coconuts, and many more.
Seven Wells Waterfalls aka ‘Air Terjun Telaga Tujuh’, is the no.1 waterfall attraction in Langkawi. According to the local Langkawians, Telaga Tujuh is home to the fairies; the fairies come out at night to bathe in the seven pools here.