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Seminole Aerial Adventures FAQ

Yes! At this time we are asking all adventurers to purchase tickets online, in advance for a specific flight time.

To ensure social distancing, and time for proper cleaning and sanitation, we are limiting group size to no more than 15 at this time.

We offer two daily Flight Times daily, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

During our Modified Operations, the last admission to the course will be 1 p.m. daily.

Seminole Aerial Adventures is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

All guests are required to wear a face covering or mask while in the briefing area and during training.

Face coverings and mask are not required while on the course.

Our courses have height & weight requirements so please read on to find out more.

YES! ALL participants must sign the appropriate waivers, which you can download and bring with you or fill out at our Harness House.

Adult Waiver

Minor Waiver

Minors under the age of 18 must have the Minor Release form signed by a parent or legal guardian prior to their flight. If you are bringing a minor that is not your own, a waiver must be signed by their parent or guardian in advance.

Please note: Minors under the age of 13 are required to be accompanied by an adult. Adults may choose to join the minor on the course or simply follow from the ground.

Upland Course: $35.95
*Add Rainforest after course completion for an additional $12.00

Rainforest Course: $45.95

All tickets are per person and are non-refundable once course is started.

Yes — for all other courses, guests must be a minimum of 54″ tall.

Safety is our top priority and we have to make sure all guests can safely and comfortably wear the harness.

  • The weight limit is 250 pounds.
  • The estimated maximum waist size is 48″.
  • The estimated maximum thigh size is 26″.

Since it is a self-propelled adventure, we ask guests to be mindful of their physical ability to complete the course.

We take the health and safety of our guests and staff very seriously.

To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, we have enacted the following guidelines for all guests taking part in a Seminole Aerial Adventure.

Guests are required to wear a mask or face covering in the Harness Yard and during the safety briefing, but are not required to wear them while on the course.

All guests and staff are required to practice 6 foot social distancing while in the briefing area, during training, and between parties throughout the course.

We ask that group size be limited to no more than 8 people. Timed reservations must be made in advance.  Groups will only be trained together and participate on the course together if they arrive together.

To maintain proper social distancing on the course, only one person is permitted on each platform or obstacle at one time.

Zipline gloves must be worn throughout the safety briefing and while on the course.  Guests must sanitize their hands before gloves will be assigned.

Hand sanitizing stations will be available to individuals prior to and after their adventure.

No wristbands will be given. Guests must present their electronic ticket or receipt.

No shoes will be rented. All guests must be wearing closed-toed shoes to take part in this activity.

Harnesses, gloves, helmets and all other gear with be disinfected and sanitized with an EPA/CDC recommended approved disinfectant after each use.

Safety is our top priority.  Please visit our Weather Policy page for more information.

The Upland Course is our moderate course, suitable for most adventurers.

The Rainforest Course is a bit more challenging and requires endurance to traverse and navigate all of the aerial elements.

If you are wearing a cast, brace, or any other evidence of current injury, you will not be permitted on the course.

Support braces routinely worn for added support will be allowed at the discretion of the manager.

If your shoulder, knee, or any other joint tends to dislocate with certain physical activity, you are advised to not attempt the course.

Those who have back, neck or head problems or injuries should consult their physician and inform our staff.

Our aerial adventure courses are designed to be as inclusive and as equal opportunity as possible without compromising safety.

Due to the physical nature of the course, we encourage adventurers to consult their physician prior to their visit.

We are not able to allow anyone who is pregnant, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol to take part in this activity.

When planning your visit, please contact us in advance if you have any special accessibility requirements. In many cases we can find a way to offer a Seminole Aerial Adventures experience that works with your personal needs and abilities.

Seminole Aerial Adventures is a featured attraction, prior to the Central Florida Zoo’s entrance.

We encourage and welcome you to purchase admission to the Zoo after you complete your aerial adventure.

The Zoo is currently open daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Saving Animals From Extinction
  • Culture Builds Florida
  • Florida Association of Zoos and Aquariums