Zip Lining at Neemrana

A zip-line (zip line, zip wire, aerial runway, aerial ropeslide, death slide, flying fox, or foefie slide consists of a pulley suspended on a cable, usually made of stainless steel, mounted on a slope. It is designed to enable a user propelled by gravity to travel from the top to the bottom of the inclined cable by holding on to, or attaching to, the freely moving pulley.

Fly high in the Aravalli hills on our thrilling 5 zip wire adventure. The activity starts off with a short walk and safety brief before the adventure begins.
Tours run every 45 minutes with groups of up to 12 zippers. Suitable for kids over 4"7', up to our oldest zipper yet of 84 years! Sessions start from 10am to 16:45.

Due to great improvements on the NH-8, traveling by car to Neemrana takes approx. 2 hours from New Delhi, 1.5hrs from Gurgaon and 2.5hrs from Jaipur.

Zip 1

  • Qila Slammer (330m)

  • Our first zip line soars high along the crest of the Aravelli Mountains, launching from an old look out point and flying towards an ancient hill fort, with spectacular views of the Rajasthan countryside.

    Zip 2

  • Eagles Dare (400m)

  • This spans the entire side of the mountain overlooking Neemrana Fort-Palace. Fly like a vulture - or a god! - on Flying Fox's longest zip line.

    Zip 3

  • Pussy Galore (90m)

  • Named after one of our favourite Bond Girls, this zip may be short, but she's sweet and she's fast!

    Zip 4

  • Goodbye Mr Bond (250m)

  • Continuing the Bond theme, these immortals words were uttered by the villain Goldfinger, but Bond survived to fight another day.

    Zip 5

  • The Big B (175m)

  • Named in honour of Amitabh Bachhan who once zipped from this very spot into the Fort-Palace during the film "Major Saheb".
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