The Jais Adventure Peak in Ras Al Khaimah.
PHOTO BY RAKTDA
RAS AL KHAIMAH – Jais Adventure Peak has officially opened, featuring a collection of adventure attractions atop the UAE’s highest mountain of Jebel Jais.
The Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA) said that the newest adventure tourism offering includes the Jebel Jais Flight, Jais Sky Tour and Jebel Jais Viewing Deck Park, in addition to the brand new Jais Adventure Centre and Jais Sky Maze.
Jais Sky Maze promises a thrilling experience suspended ten metres above ground. Spanning two levels, the Jais Sky Maze calls out to adventure seekers of all ages to take to the sky and navigate through several obstacles including rope swings, wobbly bridges, swinging loops and more.
Strengthening the emirate’s reputation as the fastest growing tourism destination in the Middle East, the Jais Adventure Peak will further support Ras Al Khaimah in attracting guests of all ages with a love for exploration and adventure.
It will also heighten anticipation to experience all that Ras Al Khaimah has to offer, through a host of family friendly outdoor activities.
Raki Phillips, CEO of Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority, commented, “The eagerly anticipated launch of the Jais Adventure Peak will not only add to the Emirate’s diverse hospitality offering but will also elevate the undeniable appeal of Jebel Jais itself. The Jais Adventure Peak captures Ras Al Khaimah’s adventurous spirit through a series of adrenaline-pumping experiences that will leave a lasting impression on our guests and unforgettable memories.”
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