The world is filled with rivers to raft, mountains to climb, reefs to scuba-dive, valleys to bike, all of them waiting to be explored by the traveler with a sense of adventure. Locals wisely capitalize on the foreigner’s desire to experience the natural beauty of these environments. They hire out guides and the necessary equipment then enjoy a healthy profit provided by their native surroundings. But what of those tourism entrepreneurs based in the harsh, hilly jungle regions, like Peru’s Santa Teresa? Should they be denied the opportunity to show visitors the wonder of their homeland? Of course not; but there are few travelers physically fit or experienced enough to strike out into a dense jungle. Even fewer have the desire to. Luckily, a simple, enjoyable, minimally invasive, relatively easy solution-activity has emerged! The zip-line. Fly above the trees, enjoy the view, avoid the difficulties of the actual jungle.