You Spin Me Right Round!
All the way from New Zealand! Traditionally used on hill-slopes – although we’ve decided to go with the gentle incline of the Hakone (at Hiranandani Gardens) entrance. Expect to see a massive ball barreling towards you as you make your entrance into Hakone. This one’s quite the attention seeker!
Costs at Headrush Hiranandani
2 Rounds : Rs. 100 per person
2 People can be in the ball at a time
We can also carry the Zorb ball along with our mobile setups. Again, costs vary based on location. Contact us for more information!
Zorbing (globe-riding, sphereing, orbing) is the recreation of rolling downhill in an orb, generally made of transparent plastic. Zorbing is generally performed on a gentle slope, but can also be done on a level surface, permitting more rider control. In the absence of hills some operators have constructed inflatable, wooden or metal ramps. There are two types of orbs, harnessed and non-harnessed. Non-harness orbs carry up to three riders, while the harness orbs are constructed for one to two riders. Double-harness spheres have different slope requirements, and must only be operated in specific locations. The longer runs are approximately half a mile. The first zorbing site was established in Rotorua, New Zealand, by Andrew Akers and David Akers.
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