The Loterie Farm nature reserve is nestled on the slope of Paradise Peak, and is set on the site of a 135-acre former sugar plantation, established in 1721. The reserve has many miles of groomed hiking trails through the beautiful forest, where visitors can spot local flora and fauna. 90-minute guided tours are offered, and are worth it for the fascinating historical, cultural and scientific facts given about the area.
The most popular attraction at Loterie Farm is the zipline, which is divided into three zones for children, adults, and thrill-seekers. Visitors glide along the canopy between centuries-old mango and mahogany trees, via a series of cables, ropes and suspended bridges.