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Go Ape Margam

Go Ape Margam is a Tree Top Adventure based in Margam Park, Neath and Port Talbot and is a fun activity for over 10’s

Margam Go Ape has the biggest Tarzan Swing that Go Ape has in the UK. You'll have to be brave to do the a leap of faith, which features a stomach-wrenching drop of six metres!

You can enjoy two to three hours outdoors in the trees taking on the Zip Wires, Tarzan Swings, Rope Ladders, go ape’s biggest Tarzan drop and a variety of obstacles and crossings. You will love the beautiful views across the lake and the famous Margam Country Manor House and you might even be lucky enough to see the large deer herds roaming through the park as you negotiate the tree top high ropes course.

Things you need to know before your visit:

  • Longest Zip at 167m
  • Highest Platform 13m
  • Longest Crossing 18.5m
  • Total Length is 744m
  • Minimum Age is 10 Years
  • Minimium Height is 1.4m (4ft 7”)
  • Maximum weight 20.5 stone (130kg)
  • 10 year olds – 15year olds require supervision from an over 18 year old. 16 and 17 year olds can supervise themselves not not any others.

 

Where

Go Ape Margam
Margam Country Park
Port Talbot
South Wales
SA13 2TJ

T: 0333 433 0898
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W: Click Here to Visit

 

Times

It is advised to book your time slot online

 

Price

Baboon (10 – 15years) £25
Gorilla (16 +) £33

Parking at Margam is £4.99 for the day

 

 

We Advise Double Checking Details before Visiting

 

Looking for more Fun, Family Friendly places Locally to visit with the Kids, then why not visit our Places to Go in West Wales for some inspiration 

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