Jebel Jais Zipline

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Jebel Jais Zipline

Feel the exhilarating adrenaline rush as you conquer the World’s Longest Zipline. Str

Stretching to 2.83 km of the zip wire and equivalent to 28 soccer pitches, the ride will be an experience you will never forget.

Feel like a falcon as you start at UAE's highest point and fly high above the Jebel Jais mountains, with an average speed of 120kph and a top speed of 160kph.

Amplify your experience by choosing the ticket option with the Jais Zipline Sky Tour.

Enjoy a panoramic view of the mountains as you zip from platform to platform across a series of 6 ziplines.

Cross UAE's highest bridge, 1250 meters above sea level and 300 meters above the ground.

Commemorate your memories of soaring through the sky with of photo and video services, now included in the flight-only package.

Note: Upon arrival, you will see an Information Centre, where a host will confirm the details of your reservation. It is mandatory for every participant to bring their original passport or Emirates ID to be presented at the counter. Please print or download the instructions, map, and directions. It is mandatory that you report to the welcome center 30 minutes before your scheduled activity.


Jebel Jais Zipline

Access to the world's longest zipline

2 ziplines for 2 people at any 1 time in Superman position (separate ticket is required for each participant)

Zipline 2,832 meters at 120kmph

Photos & video

Sky Tour

Access to the world's longest zipline

Zipline 5 kms via 6 ziplines at 60kmph

1 person at a time in each zipline in the classic sitting position

Access to Sky Bridge

Need To Know

Tip: Make sure to wear sunscreen at all times!

Facilities: GoPro rental, Free Car Parking, Restroom, Lockers.

It is mandatory for every participant to bring along their original passport or Emirates ID to be presented at the counter.

The experience is restricted for guests weighing less than 40kg and more than 100kg, shorter than 122cm.

Participants under the age of 18 who meet the height and weight requirements can do the tour on their own but will need to be accompanied by an adult and present a signed waiver by a parent or legal guardian in order to do so.

All participants must be in good medical condition to be able to take this tour.

This experience should not be done under the influence of narcotics, spirits, or any other substances that impair judgment.

Strict Dress Code: Athletic clothes with sturdy, good-grip trainers, running shoes, or closed-toe shoes. It is not allowed to wear dresses, skirts, flip flops, or loose footwear.

cancellation policy

You can cancel these tickets up to 72 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.


Jais flight is open from Wednesday to Sunday and during public holidays in the UAE.
Summer season timings: from 9.30hrs to 16.00hrs.

Who can Participate

Weight (kg): Min 40 – max 120 (Please note that weather conditions may have an impact on your experience)
• Height (cms): Min 122
• In good medical condition
• Not under the influence of narcotics, spirits, or any other substances that impair judgment
• Participants under the age of 18 who meet the height and weight requirements can do the flight but will need to be accompanied and present a signed waiver by a parent or legal guardian in order to do so.

What can I Expect In Sight

• Camera rental service (additional cost of AED 135)
• Free car parking
• Toilets
• Café
• Gift shop

What Should I Wear

• You should wear typical athletic/sporty clothes (dresses, or skirts are not allowed)
• You must wear sturdy trainers, running shoes or completely closed-toe shoes with good grip (flip flops, reefs, sandals, high heels or loose footwear are not allowed)
• If your experience is planned during the winter months, do bring a jacket as the mountain weather can be quite cold and windy
• Make sure you always wear sunblock


Before you leave home, think like Bear Grylls. Bear uses the memory aid "Please Remember What's First"; he would never embark on an exciting adventure without having a plan in place. The base of Jebel Jais mountains is approximately 20 minutes drive from Ras Al Khaimah city centre and just over an hour from the outskirts of Dubai. Once you reach the foot of the mountains, be prepared for one of the most scenic routes in the country. Almost 30 kilometres of well-made switchback roads allow you to climb 1484 metres above sea level. This route will take about one hour of steady driving. There is one route up and down, with double lanes at the steepest inclines, allowing for the safe overtaking of slow vehicles. It's a spectacular route with various viewing points, toilet facilities and dining options.


There are various methods of transport to the top of the Jebel Jais mountains. By far the easiest is to bring your own car, hire a driver or book a taxi for the day. If you arrive from Dubai by bus, you can book a Ras Al Khaimah taxi in advance by calling Al Hamra Taxi or Al Arabia Taxi +971 800 1700. The taxis are all licensed by the government and are metred. For off-road adventures, various companies will take you on an extraordinary Ras Al Khaimah desert adventure before heading into the mountains. Please check with your hotel’s concierge for bookings; there are plenty of reputable tour operators who provide a luxury 4X4 vehicle and driver for a half or full-day. Why not fly a light aircraft into Al Jazirah Aviation Club or charter a helicopter and land at Waldorf Astoria.


Ensure that all of your Jais Adventure Peak activities are pre-booked well in advance. It is essential to confirm your booking, especially during peak seasons, weekends, public holidays and celebratory times of the year such as Eid al Adha, Eid al Fitr, Christmas and New Year. Due to their popularity, some activities can be booked several weeks in advance, and there is often an extensive waiting list. If you need to cancel for any reason, please rebook so that you give the next person the opportunity to experience one of the activities in the Jebel Jais mountains. Please ensure that you arrive at your activity with at least 30-minutes to spare so that you can check in and register. Don't forget to bring your passport or Emirates ID. For safety reasons, please check the terms and conditions for each booking. The protocols are strict, and you won't want last-minute disappointments.


If you are going for a hike, download the free self-guided hiking trails. Remember that you might not get internet coverage in the mountains, so do not rely on in-phone navigation.

Always tell a member of your family or a friend where you are going. Most importantly, never go alone. It's much more fun if you have a hiking companion and if in the event of an accident, they can call for emergency help.

In the case of any emergency, call 999 for Police and 998 for Ambulance.


Carry a basic first-aid kit with you at all times and ensure that you are familiar with the contents and how to use them. The following are some of the essential items you should consider in your kit:

• Distilled water
• Antiseptic wipes
• Antibacterial ointment
• Gauze pads in various sizes
• Medical tape
• Assorted bandages
• Blister treatment
• Ibuprofen (or another preferred pain-relief medication)
• Insect sting treatment
• Antihistamine for allergic reactions
• Sterile non-stick pads
• Butterfly bandages
• Tweezers
• Safety pins
• Multitool, which has at least a scissor utensil


Check the weather forecast. The weather will likely be consistent, calm and pleasant; however, it's well-known that the weather in mountainous terrain can change quickly and without warning. The Jebel Jais mountains provide breathtaking vistas and a cooling microclimate with temperatures less than 10 degrees Fahrenheit found at sea level. The temperatures in the peaks of the mountains are known to have dropped to 23 degrees Fahrenheit (- 5 degrees Celsius). Rare snowfall has brought the locals out for snowball fights and snowmen challenges in their hordes. Depending on the time of year you visit, ensure that you take the proper clothing to protect you. Bring plenty of layering clothes and a warm hat during the winter months. Wear a hat to shade you from the sun and plenty of sun cream to protect you from the sun's harmful rays in the summer.

Ticket Price

Ticket price for Jebel jais Zipline starts from AED 300. Purchase Tickets on the official website.
October to March

Wednesday to Thursday AED 360

Friday to Sunday AED 450

April, May, September

Wednesday to Thursday AED 330

Friday to Sunday AED 410

June, July, August

Wednesday to Thursday AED 300

Friday to Sunday AED 360

Travel Tips for Dubai

Best Time To Visit In Dubai: The best time to visit Dubai is from November to March when the weather is pleasant and is most suitable for all kinds of outdoor activities. The Dubai Shopping Festival is also held during January and February, making it an exciting time for visitors. Dubai's high season is from November to April. This is when temperatures are at their most enjoyable, but you can expect higher costs for accommodation and more people at the city's main attractions as a result.



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About United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven emirates located in the Middle East, known for its modern infrastructure, diverse culture, and thriving economy. With its iconic skyline, bustling cities, and vast desert landscapes, the UAE is a popular destination for tourists and expatriates alike.

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Contact Information

Jebel Jais Flight, Jais Road, Wassab, Ras al-Khaimah, United Arab Emirates


Is Jebel Jais zipline worth it?

If you are a thrill-seeker, you will enjoy the adrenaline-fueled experience that takes you at knee-trembling speeds of between 120 kmph and 160 kmph for almost three hair-raising minutes across deep ravines, canyons and through jagged peaks that lie 1680 metres above sea level.

What is the best time to visit Jebel Jais?

November to February - Winter in Ras Al Khaimah
If you're the active type, these months are also the better choices for a visit to the Jebel Jais mountains where you can have a go on the world's longest zipline or don your hiking boots and explore the rugged trails.

Can you stay overnight in Jebel Jais?

If you are an expert camper, there are literally unlimited areas with best views to camp. you can park your car and camp just at the foot of mountain, or drive all the way up and find a serene place to spend the night under the stars.

Can you drive up Jebel Jais?

You can't quite get to the 1,934-metre summit of Jebel Jais by road just yet, as the last 4.8km to the top is still rubble, but there's more than 20km of smooth blacktop from the base to the end of the road.

Why is Jebel Jais famous?

Part of the northern Hajar mountains, Jebel Jais mountain is considered the highest peak in the UAE, standing at a height of 1,934 metres above sea level. Overlooking the sea, this spectacular landmark promises adrenaline junkies some unforgettable adventures amidst its rugged landscape.