The site of Flying Hanuman stand almost exactly as it did before construction began. A wide variety of trees and small animals occupy the 80,000 square metre plot, and the natural rubber trees are harvested by locals who are still allowed to live on the hillside. A small creek runs through the land during the wet months and even the trees within Flying Hanuman’s reception area have been left untouched. Flying Hanuman is an eco-adventure because it is part of the forest that surrounds it. Great care has been used to make sure the zipline adventure does not have a negative effect on the trees it uses and the species who call the area their home. It took hard work to put the course into place, but once it was done, the forest is what makes the attraction so special.