Dubai XLine Try the longest urban zip line in the world

The masters of the Dubai adventure, XDubai, have upped the ante with XLine, the longest urban zip line in the world.

Set in Dubai Marina, the recently launched XLine is also one of the steepest and fastest tyrolines in the world, measuring one kilometer, with an inclination of 16 degrees and an average speed of 80 km / h. Stand firm as you zip up and enjoy the views of the dazzling Dubai Marina neighborhood, with luxurious five-star yachts and elegant skyscrapers.

There are two zip lines that run simultaneously, which means you can share the experience with a friend or loved one. You can also relive the action thanks to the Go-Pros mounted on your helmet, with each participant receiving a personalized video and photographs.
This is your chance to channel your inner daredevil with an electrifying flight experience. The XLine in Dubai Marina sees you fly 170 m into the air, crossing skyscrapers and waters, before landing on the terrace of the Dubai Marina Mall.

We surprised the world with our exciting zip ride through downtown Dubai, and now we’re back with a second XLine trip in Dubai Marina, which offers a double dose of fun and excitement.

In addition to being the longest urban zipline in the world, the second XLine travels twice the distance and lasts twice as long. It also has twice as many lines so that friends and family can travel in tandem.

You will need to hold hard for this, the XLine flies over land and water at a speed of up to 80 km / h, and takes you from 170 m to the ground level.

Then you’re ready to zip-line from one of the Amwaj Towers through the marina to the Dubai Marina Mall. Look for the Princess Tower and the Cayan Tower on the way down!
Do not forget to return your camera along with your bracelet so you can receive your videos and images. Be sure to share your experience with your friends and family and use #xline.

We are ready to take off from 9 am to 5 pm every day. All we ask is that he is between 12 and 65 years old, more than 130 cm, weighs 50 to 100 kg and is in good health.

 

Leave a Reply