There’s an old saying that goes “red and yellow – bite a fellow, red and black – friend of Jack.” By looking at the color of a snake’s stripes, you can tell how dangerous it is. Well, looking up in the sky at the nearly 1,500-foot long striped body of an enormous snake winding through the sky, you’ll notice he’s got red, yellow, and black stripes. That means you can’t trust this one!
You’re about to meet La Vibora, translation, “the viper,” a completely original coaster that you ride inside the track — which in this case means inside the snake.
Your train will pulse through the interior of this snake-shaped half pipe. There are no rails to ride on — you’ll be blasting over a completely smooth surface, surfing the walls of every turn like a slithering serpent, at 32 miles per hour. With no track whatsoever to guide you, you’ll feel more like the captain of an Olympic bobsled team than the plain old thrill-seeking coaster fiend you were when you boarded the ride.
You’ll wind all the way down his long body from 64 feet up, banking hard up the walls of snake belly at every stomach-churning twist. Snake taming should definitely be an extreme sport.