Jungle Island, the South Florida eco-attraction, recently opened Adventure Bay, an all-ages action playground that includes a rock climbing wall, zip line, and more.
As part of its ongoing park-wide renovations, Jungle Island has introduced Adventure Island, a temporary attraction that challenges guests’ speed, strength and agility. With Biscayne Bay to serve as a picturesque background, guests can zip line above a tropical oasis, test their strength and physical endurance on a rock climbing wall, spider climb an aerial ropes course and air jump on a giant trampoline. The pop-up attraction is a teaser for the new, permanent eco-adventures coming soon to Jungle Island.
To coincide with the launch of Adventure Bay, Jungle Island is launching a new value-added ticket. With the purchase of the general admission ticket, guests enjoy access to the pop-up attraction and park admission to explore the revamped grounds and various adventure experiences including a round of Nerf Battleground. Plus, the new Tribe Passport program teaches children about nature and wildlife via an interactive, tactile passport that provides kids with the opportunity to earn badges at various locations throughout the park.
General Admission costs $49.49 per adult and $37.34 per child, 3-10 years old (includes park admission, Adventure Bay and 1-round of Nerf Battleground). Note: Certain height restrictions apply for various Adventure Bay attractions.
Guests can also add on attractions such as SuperFlight, Escape Rooms and VIP animal tours, featuring hands-on encounters with some of the world’s rarest creatures.
Jungle Island is located at 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail in Miami, and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. For more information, visit jungleisland.com and watch this video: