happenings this month The UAE will be home to the world’s longest zip line
The UAE will be home to the world’s longest zip line
Updated on 30 August 2017

The length will remain a secret till the attraction officially opens in December this year, but Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority has announced that Jebel Jais will be home to the longest and highest zip line in the world. The project is being completed in partnership with Toro Verde, the world’s leading zip line operator. Can’t contain your curiosity? Here’s what we know. This zip line is going to break the record, of 2,200m, currently held by ‘The Monster’ in Puerto Rico. Whatever the length and height, be assured Jebel Jais’ dramatic landscape will definitely make this a bucket list adventure for ziplining fans.  
 

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