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Fantastic Flying Fox in Rajasthan

Posted on January 1, 2013 | Adventure TravelNo Comment



Rajasthan is a beautiful travel destination and can be explored by train, bus, air, or even a camel, but adventure and thrilling travel can only be experienced in Rajasthan when you travel by zipping.

A venture started by two Britishers for those who love adventure, the Flying Fox is a series of five cables crisscrossing a part of the acacia- covered Aravali range (at a billion years old, they are the world’s oldest mountains) behind the palace.

When you try out the flying fox-India’s first zip line- at the Neemrana fort palace in Rajasthan, initially the heights will make you dizzy, as you are not a bird or a plane.

Imagine going downhill on a ski lift propelled by gravity only, without chairs. They strap a harness around your waist, clip the harness to the cable and away you go.

Fantastic Flying Fox in Rajasthan Fantastic Flying Fox in Rajasthan

The highest line is 100 feet off the ground, the longest almost 400m.

Neemrana is a few hours drive from Delhi, but when you are in the air, the panoramic view will be enthuse and inspire you and you will watch a wild boar and her brood of piglets, a peacock, the monumental structures and havelis.

The well trained experts guide you on your trip on harness and ensure all safety measures are in place and a trip might even cure your vertigo problems.

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