We visited the Indian forest just a few weeks ago now and had an amazing time.
The attraction is an outdoor activity based one and caters for all ages. Based around a spectacular high ropes course - or rather a set of high ropes courses, the site is in woodland and has a loose theme of being 'Indian', think Sioux rather than Bollywood! There is in addition to the High ropes courses, a crystal maze/fort buoyard style activity course, giant inflatables (wet - swimsuits and dry ones), Archery, paintball, ponies, mini golf, gravity down hill go carts and several opportunities to throw yourself from high places onto mattresses(giant stunt man style) or get propelled 60 foot in the air on the end of a bungy cord. - Oh and food of course.
We went with x2, 12 year olds and x2, 14 year olds plus the ancients that are mum and dad.
the high ropes courses make the 'Go-Ape' Uk style ones pale into insignificance for height and daring. there are staff members all over the place, ready to rescue and encourage you should you need it. 4 levels of course range from those accessible to smaller children and the height conscious to the 'black' courses only for those over 15 (I think). My 2, 14 year olds completed the red course which were the prelude to the black and were 50'+ up on aerial skateboards and other amazing but crazy things. At all times they are attached to the safety wire as they are in the Uk based versions. The courses overlap and cross over each other and there are 2 km of them to do, watching was amazing and if you are just going in to the park to spectate and carry the bags then there is no charge. Indeed you are only charged for what you do and no more, which is a pleasant refreshing change. Ours cost 42 Euros each to do everything bar the paintball and the stupidly high pendulum swing. Our smaller two were limited by their height to the easier courses which were challenging and great for them. I decided not to have a go as the Uk versions (I find anyway) are far too tame and having seen what the kids were doing regret not having a go!
We spent some 9 hours at the site and could have easily spent longer, however the call of food and exhaustion were both speaking loudly at that time.
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