Sacha Lodge, a jungle lodge in Ecuador, recently unveiled the Amazon rainforest’s first Canopy Exploration Crane. Guests have the opportunity to float 140 feet above the forest floor, exploring 2 acres of the rainforest canopy in a metal basket suspended from the 130-foot arm of the crane.
“We are thrilled to announce the opening of our new Canopy Exploration Crane. This unique attraction will provide our guests with an unforgettable experience of the Amazon rainforest, allowing them to explore the canopy from a whole new perspective. At Sacha Lodge, we are committed to providing our guests with the best possible experience, and we believe that the Canopy Exploration Crane will be a highlight of their stay with us,” said Sacha Lodge management.
The new attraction is currently the only one of its kind in the Amazon. The metal basket offers a 360-degree rotation operated by a remote control. The basket can move up and down, and forward and backward.
Learn more about the Canopy Exploration Crane and other adventurous activities from Sacha Lodge on the website.
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