It’s home to over 85 challenges split over more than 5 different levels suspended between trees…

Calling all Tarzan wannabes, will it be ‘you who’ll climb the mountain’ and ‘you who’ll reach the peak’ at Dubai’s action-packed adventure park, Aventura, this season?

It’s just reopened after a summer hiatus, with all your favourite tree-climbing, rope-swinging, zip-wire and bridge-balancing activities, plus some brand new offerings including a mini kids club with nature trails focused on sustainability and education.

Located in Mushrif Park, the park is great fun for people of any age, whether you’re taking the kids for an exhilarating day out or really just want to be a big kid yourself, with tickets priced at Dhs185 for adults and Dhs150 for kids below 1.4m. Just watching? You can for Dhs10.

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Aventura resides in a natural Ghaf tree forest, with over 85 challenges that take place over 5 different levels suspended off the ground and strung between the trees. Don’t worry though, they’re not expecting Mission Impossible style stunts, freestyle – you’ll be harnessed up throughout.

You’ll get to choose one of five different zones to explore; Rangers, Explorador, Aventura, Extreme and Thriller, which have varying levels of difficulty and thrills. How do they differ? Ranger is best for the younger ones, with low heights that parents can supervise, but when the parents want to get involved, Explorador is the perfect balance for families.

For the more adventurous types, Aventura is recommended for both children and adults, with higher challenges and three ziplines at the end. Thriller is for those who don’t mind heights, culminating in a 160-metre zipline. For the real daredevils, Extreme will push you to your limits with the highest circuit and a 25-meter Tarzan jump.

Go on, unleash your wild side…

Aventura Parks, Mushrif Park, Gate 1, Dubai, Sunday to Wednesday, 1pm to 8pm, Thurs to Sat, 9am to 10pm, Dhs185 adults, Dhs150 kids.Tel: (052) 178 7616.

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