Top 6 adventure games in Vietnam

Nga Do
Vietnam is a perfect place for adventure travelers with captivating mountain paths, national parks – nature reserves established trails and fascinating minority culture, offering adventurous activities like hiking, trekking, climbing, kayaking, biking, home stay… especially highwire, zipline and flyboard are famous imported adventure activities that Vietnam now offers at cities around the country.

Here are a adventure games that will help you to experience the best of Vietnam.

1. Highwire

Highwire is an outdoor game composed of several wood panels mounted on cables tied to trees or concrete pillars. Players must concentrate to overcome obstacles at different heights from the ground, such as climbing a net ladder, walking across empty boards, across wood bridges or slashes, or only a rope. The biggest challenge for the players is the height and the stalling of the obstacles that sometimes make them lose their balance. This game is usually done in trees to create a feeling of closeness to nature and increase excitement for players.

Highwire is considered a fun game and is preferred by many people of different ages and for many purposes. Even children with a height of 1.1m or more can play this game. This game helps players consume excess energy in the body through intense focus to maintain balance and try to conquer challenges to reach the finish. To ensure safety, the player needs to comply with the rules on using protective equipment such as straps, safety hooks, pulleys, rope and helmets.
In Vietnam, you can try this powerful feeling in Hue.

2. Zipline

If Highwire challenges players to keep balance, zipline forces players to overcome a fear of heights. This game is derived from a type of transport in mountainous areas, where it is difficult to build roads. In China, ziplines are used to replace bridges over the rivers.

A zip-line consists of a pulley suspended on a cable, usually made of stainless steel, mounted on an incline. It is designed to enable a user propelled by gravity to travel from the top to the bottom of the inclined cable by holding on to, or attaching to, the freely moving pulley. Zipline tours are becoming popular vacation activities, found at outdoor adventure camps or upscale resorts, where they may be an element on a larger challenge or rope course.

You can try a zipline in Hue and Da Lat.

3. Flyboard

Flyboard has just appeared in Vietnam, and has immediately attracted many people. A Flyboard is a type of water jetpack attached to a personal water craft which supplies propulsion to drive the Flyboard through the air and water to perform a sport known as flyboarding.

A Flyboard rider stands on a board connected by a long hose to a watercraft. Water pressure is applied under a pair of boots with jet nozzles underneath which provide thrust for the rider to fly up to 15 meters in the air or to dive headlong through the water.

Currently, only Nha Trang beach provides this service.

4. Climbing mountains near the sea

This is an adventure tourism service that appeals to foreign tourists in Vietnam. To conquer cliffs, you need tools such as specialized mountaineering boots, waist straps, ropes, helmets and hooks. There are two famous places for you to discover this adventure activity: Cat Ba Island and Ha Long Bay.

5. Kite-surfing

Water skiing is a surface water sport in which an individual is pulled behind a boat or a cable ski installation over a body of water, skimming the surface on two skis or one (slalom) ski. The sport requires sufficient area on a smooth stretch of water, one or two skis, a towboat with tow ropes, three people, and a personal flotation device. In addition, the skier must have adequate upper and lower body strength, muscular endurance, and good balance. Skiing is a fun pastime that allows people of all skill levels and ages to enjoy. There is no minimum age necessary to water ski.

In Vietnam, there are many places for you to try the sport, including Da Nang, Phan Thiet, Mui Ne, Vung Tau and other sites.

6. Parasailing over the sea

Many tourists love parasail in Vietnam. Parasailing, also known as parascending or parakiting, is a recreational kiting activity where a person is towed behind a boat while attached to a specially designed canopy wing that reminds one of a parachute, known as a parasail wing. The harness attaches the pilot to the parasail, which is connected to the boat by the tow rope. The vehicle then drives off, carrying the parascender (or wing) and person into the air. If the boat is powerful enough, two or three people can parasail behind it at the same time. The parascender has little or no control over the parachute.

This service is available in Ha Long, Da Nang, Hoi An, Phan Thiet and Nha Trang.

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