Giant Log Swing

I've always wanted to try the Giant Log Swing at Wadi Adventure in Al Ain.  I said no to it last year after watching people free fall, while they're attached to a giant log.  This year, when my husband got us Cobone deal entry tickets to the Air Park, I thought of the quote "Do one thing everyday that scares you." I thought to myself, "How bad could it get?"  Dismissing second thoughts, I signed up and queued under 48 degree Celsius heat. Watch this unedited video what happened  during out turn.



Yes what a cheeky guy, he didn't even count one to three. :)

 Wadi Adventure is an adventure theme park located very close to Jebel Hafeet, offering a man-made white water rafting, kayaking and surfing facility. Surfing waves can reach 3.3 meters height and the white water rafting  pool changes current yearly running 1.13 km in length.  An Air Park offers two levels of rope course, zip line, climbing wall and of course, the Giant Log Swing.  

How to Get There? Click here

Timings: They're open daily. Sun - Thurs from 11AM - 8 PM.  Friday and Saturday from 10AM- 8PM

Rates:  There's an individual fee for each of the activity as well as an entrance. For prices click here

I never thought it would be possible to do white water rafting in the desert. It surely is.
Have a  lovely weekend!

Love & Light,
Arni

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10 comments

  1. Wow! They started you off pretty high, didn't they? My son says he wants to try that. (Me too!)

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  2. I'd be afraid to try it, but it looks exciting :)

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  3. Wow. that looks amazing! You look so happy after the initial release :)

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  4. That looks totally scary BUT fun. And white water rafting in the desert? Now that's an experience

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  5. o.m.g. arni! that looks so so so exhilarating but i have to admit my heart was pounding just waiting for the release! i would be too scared to go on this but kudos to you for trying it!

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  6. Omg it looks so scary but looks like so much fun! I wanna try it!

    I rode rollercoasters for the first time last year and it was awesome! Although my eyes were closed almost the entire time.

    xo
    Eesh
    The Other Side of Paradise

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  7. Wow, I had never seen anything like that, it looks scary, I can see why you were scared to try it, I would be scared too! And I had never heard or read about such a theme park, it sounds like a really fun way to spend a holiday :)
    Good to see that you're enjoying your free days in the weekends! Even if you're still at 48 degrees, that's so hot!
    Have a lovely week, Arni!
    xoxo Irene

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  8. Wow you are so adventurous and brave. I know I wouldn't do something as scary as that!
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  9. Ah! I can't believe you did this! I hate heights - as in I DESPISE them. But I told myself I'd do something reckless like this to face my fears one day, and you've totally inspired me!

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  10. Arni, just watching you get strapped in was terrifying. High-five.

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