Jodhpur aka The Blue City of India offers a really unique way to see its huge Fort- Zip Lining!
The company Flying Fox who have also offer zip lining in India in Neemrana, Punjab and Rishikesh have a thrilling Zip Line that not only gives amazing views over Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort but over the Blue City too!
If you’re feeling a bit forted out (just like templed out but with forts) after seeing India’s many forts and want a fun activity to do in Jodhpur you have to go zip lining on one of the most iconic and popular zip lines in the world!
This is a really unique activity to do in Jodhpur and probably one of the best things to do in Jodhpur in my opinion!
Located in Mehrangarh Fort is the office for Flying Fox and behind that are 6 Zip Lines which take you over Lakes and Gorges all whilst witnessing the Blue City to the side of you!
It is quite costly, the price if you book online in advance is 1750Rs/ £18.00 which is what I did, if you book in person it’s slightly more expensive, but it is worth it!
Plus you also get free access into the Fort when you show your Flying Fox ticket, although you need to pay to get the Audio Guide and go into the Museum (600Rs) which is the main sightseeing part of the Fort and something I’d still recommend doing as the Fort is one of the best places to visit in Jodhpur and doing the zip lining and then exploring the Fort pairs really well together.
To SEE the Zip Line, check out my YouTube video from my day in Jodhpur:
The sun sets just to the side of where the zip line is and over the Old Blue City so if you want an extra special experience and maybe when the temperature is a bit lower, going at sunset would be a good idea!
If you want to go zip lining in Jodhpur a few things to be aware of are:
And I think that’s it! Just enjoy it and you’ll be so glad you did it!
To SEE the zip lining, watch my YouTube video here.
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My Name's Ellie Quinn.
I'm a complete travel addict and have been since I took my first backpacking trip in 2010.
Since then I've visited 50+ Countries on various trips! I created this blog to share my travel tips to help you travel better!
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