from $165 per person
Want to challenge yourself on your trip to Fiji, then you need to do a ropes course at Kilaworld. There is both a challenging high ropes course and the fun low ropes course, catering to all abilities. It is also a great team building exercise for groups. Try the Leap of Faith, Multi Vine, Two Strand Bridge and so much more to step outside your comfort zone.
need to know
- Return hotel transfers can be arranged extra cost
- Lunch can be provided for an extra $20
- Safety talk from internationally qualified instructors
- Height restriction on High Ropes minimum 1.4mtrs tall
- Children under 14yrs must be accompanied by an adult 21yrs+
- Internationally certified construction
- Avoid wearing loose or open clothing
- Closed in shoes to be worn
- Long hair to be tied back
subject to availability
until further notice
At Kila Eco Adventure Park we create rewarding experiences for everyone. The park is the perfect location for team building activities that teach valuable skills for use in life. With both a challenging high ropes course and the fun low ropes course, there is room for all abilities.
A ropes course is a challenging outdoor personal development and team building activity which usually consists of high and/or low elements. Low elements take place on the ground or only a few feet above the ground. High elements are usually constructed in trees or made of utility poles and require a belay for safety. Ropes challenge courses can be seen as the ultimate group or team challenge.
High Ropes course: We have specialist equipment to suit every shape and size. Try your skills at the Two Strand Bridge that is 10mtrs from the ground and walk sideways on the cable with the support of one strand of rope or the Three Strand Bridge. We have the likes of the Burma Bridge, Cat Walk, Dangle Duo and the ultimate Leap of Faith. Definitely a day to remember.
Low Ropes course: This adventure is great for young families as an introduction to the high ropes. There is a small Two Strand Bridge, Multi Vine, Tension Traverse and Crossover to get you started then we move on to the Spiders Web, Mohwak Walk and the Wild Woozie