Abu Dhabi Is Now Home To The World’s LARGEST Indoor Sky Diving Tunnel
CLYMB Abu Dhabi, the NEW ultimate adventure hub on Yas Island is awarded TWO GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS for the world’s largest indoor skydiving flight chamber with a record-breaking width of 32 feet and height of 104 feet, and the world’s tallest indoor climbing wall, measuring a mountainous 141 feet in height.
CLYMB Abu Dhabi was launched on November 29, 2019 and provides visitors above the age of 4 a chance to experience the indoor skydiving and indoor rock-climbing adventure. They have highly trained and very friendly instructors who will go through every process with you very patiently and explain everything in a very easy way.
Both of the adventurous attractions in CLYMB do not require any kind of skill set. It is suitable for both experts and beginners, and there are different levels that you can go for as per your skill level. There are instructors always present to teach you everything
Acting Head of Yas Theme Parks, Bianca Sammut, commented: “We are delighted that our adrenaline-fuelled attractions have been awarded two GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS titles. As the title holders of the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel and world’s tallest indoor artificial climbing wall, we are able to provide customers with two unique, record-breaking experiences, unlike any they have witnessed before. This recognition consolidates our position as a global attraction and we look forward to allowing our visitors to reach new heights.”
The two titles add CLYMB Abu Dhabi to the list of record-breaking attractions on Yas Island
CLYMB Abu Dhabi has executed all kinds of safety measures within the whole facility including mandatory online booking of tickets so the space occupied is limited to a capacity of 30%
Guests are encouraged to play their part in these safety measures by wearing face masks at all times, sanitizing hands regularly and choosing contactless payment at all outlets. Guest services attendants will be stationed throughout to assist guests and answer any questions
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PS: Visitors entering Abu Dhabi still do require a negative COVID-19 test.
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