Get half-price tickets for the world’s longest zipline in the UAE

Jebel Jais Flight slashes prices as of Wednesday May 1

Get half-price tickets for the world’s longest zipline in the UAE

If you’re wanting to make the most of the great outdoors over the next few months, then one of the country’s most compelling adventure attractions has just made it a LOT cheaper to seek some thrills.

The world’s longest zipline at Jebel Jais, the UAE’s highest point, has just slashed its prices for the next few months, meaning you can now experience the 3.8km-long zipline for half the cost.

From Wednesday May 1, prices for the zipline start from Dhs341.25, down from Dhs650.

If you want to find out exactly how it feels to hurtle down from the UAE’s highest point, with some of the most incredible views you’ll find anywhere in the country, then check out the video of Team Time Out taking on the challenge – shot when the zipline first opened back in January 2018.

It's pretty special, and when you’re racking up speeds of 150kph, you won’t regret your decision to part with Dhs350.

Here are five key facts about the Jebel Jais Flight that you need to know before you head along.

- It’s 2,830m long
- It’s 1,650m above sea level
- The descent is 400m
- It’s a journey of two legs, totalling 3.8km
- It costs Dhs341.25 per person (not including GoPro footage)

If you’re after more thrill-seeking activities to try a little closer to home, check out our list of Dubai’s best extreme activities to try in 2019 here.
From Dhs341.25. Ongoing. Jebel Jais, Ras Al Khaimah,

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