Did you ever wanted to climb trees or just go WILD? If YES, we invite everyone to do so and to Get Wild at Tarzanija!
“Tarzanija” is one of the largest adventure parks in whole Baltic region, located at southern part of Lithuania. In the park all the participants will be able to experience 7 routes, located high in the forest trees and to top everything up – longest, 400 meters, ﬂight over Nemunas, biggest river of the country, will be waiting.
Tarzanija is one of the largest adventure parks not only in Lithuania, but in the whole Baltic region. It’s surrounded by amazing pine forests, mysterious cliffs, various old trees on the banks of the Nemunas river near Alytus city.
In the park you will be able to experience 7 routes, situated high in forest trees and to top everything up – prepare for the longest, 400 meters flight over Nemunas river!
But this is not everything! During the trip we will invite everyone to take part in experiencing the one and only “Drift” karts! Yes, you read correctly you will go not on simple karts, but on specially designed Drift karts, where you will be able to show your drifting moves. And and the end of the day, before going home, you will experience flying going down a hill into enormous air bag. Trust us, some air time is a guarantee!
What will you experience in this trip:
>> Driving in special “Drift” karts. Duration around 1 hour;
>> 7 different tracks in Tarzanija and flying over Nemunas river. Duration around 3 hours;
>> Going down the hill into enormous air bag, where you will experience some flying!
Route: Vilnius/Kaunas – Tarzanija, Alytus – Vilnius/Kaunas
- Kaunas – Kaunas castle parking lot
- Vilnius – Railway station parking lot
What is included:
- Transportation to Tarzanija park and back to departure point;
- Driving and racing on special “Drift” karts;
- 3 hours at Tarzanija park experiencing 7 different tracks;
- Landing down a hill and into enormous air bag;
- Professional tour leader services and amazing memories!
What is not included:
- Food and snacks during the whole activity.