By Nathalie Craig09 Feb 2018Adrenaline junkies, we just found something else to add to your bucket list. The world’s longest zip line has opened this month in Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates and it looks off the hook. GET THIS The zip wire is a record-breaking 2.83 kilometres long and travels at spine tingling 150 kilometres per hour. WOW! Just casually, it also happens to be at a crazy 1,680 metres above sea level! The zip line trumps the previous record holder, The Monster, in Puerto Rico by just under a kilometre. Participants at the heart racing adventure attraction over Jebel Jais mountain fly face-down in a superhero position over the rocky mountain landscape. There are two lines parallel next to each other which means you can fly with friends and family. A fly on this epic zip line will set you back about $220 Aussie dollars. You don’t need prior experience and the official website suggests that being comfortable with heights “is a plus but not a requirement.” Hmm. I’d want to be ok with heights to strap myself onto that thing! Oh man, imagine the Instagram shots you could get! Never heard of Ras Al Khaimah before? Well, this new attraction ought to put it on the map. We are excited to see what is next for the emirate with the new zip line all part of a larger goal to market Ras Al Khaimah as an adventure sports hub for the region. Head to www.toroverdeuae.com for more info. Would you be game to try it? Other stories you may like Club Med wants to boost its Aussie & Kiwi ski bookings 5 top tips for selling adventure travel Did you know you can Race Mario Karts through the streets of Tokyo?