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Parco Avventura Majella

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Parco Avventura Majella

326 Reviews
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Lollolev wrote a review Sep 2017
Pesaro, Italy22 contributions10 helpful votes
We spend a fantastic morning try to reach the next tree in complete safety!!! The staff is very kind and they explain all the details for enjoying the park attractions. Had a lot of fun!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Shaun D wrote a review Aug 2017
Catterick, United Kingdom23 contributions3 helpful votes
Highly recommend visiting this wonderful park in the mountains. Has a host of activities for you to try. Their website on the link has an English translation option at the bottom which is very handy. The main attraction is the tree course which is like the 'Go Ape' in U.K. There are three parts. One is for very small children, next is for slightly bigger kids and then the large one which is split into four colour difficulties. Green, blue, red and black. Depending on your kids size depends on what colour you can do due to the higher of the wires to clip into. Would recommend getting there by 09.30 if you want the first slot or pre booking. You have to be there 15 mins before your time to get kit and the briefing. They provided us with an English speaking instructor which was great. My 8 year old loved the blue route and wants to go again when bigger to try the harder ones. The prices are very reasonable compared to the uk and you get three hours per session. It goes quick especially if your held up by people struggling a little. There's one cafe at the entrance and a restaurant further down which is expensive so I'd take a pic nic and use the eating areas in the woods. Lots of parking but it fills up quick, especially with the italians random parking techniques. Deffinatly our fav place to go in the area.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Tim H wrote a review Jul 2017
Hong Kong, China6 contributions3 helpful votes
A great option to get up into the mountain forests and take a break from the heat. The high wire adventure park has a wonderful set up, with attentive instructors and all the safety gear you would want for your child. Although for kids & adults, the height of your child, not the age, determines which course they go on. The different colour codes of the sections allow both less and more confident kids (or adults) to take part and complete the course. Even if you don't wish to participate, you can follow your kids around the sections to encourage them and take photos. Mountain bikes can also be hired at the site.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Cloud_Matt wrote a review Jul 2016
High Wycombe, United Kingdom918 contributions337 helpful votes
They have colour coded activities, like ski slopes - blue through to black. I did all colours with my 2 teenage daughters, by the time we got to the black one daughter had dropped out, and other only carried on because of dogged determination! It is tough and challenging, even if you are an expert there will be something to challenge you here. Great staff, great equipment, safety taken very seriously as you would hope. Awesome!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Muggia1946 wrote a review Apr 2016
Tel Aviv, Israel79 contributions23 helpful votes
This adventure park is inside a huge natural reserve. The various facilities vary according to the children heights, from the younger ones (4 years) to adults. All are very safe, as everybody is secured with a harness. The team is very friendly and helpful in assistance and guidance. Worth a special trip if you are not too far.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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