From the ground, it looks deceptively simple. As you walk onto the Rope Bridge, however, you realise that it isn’t as easy as it looks. Though there is a massive safety net to catch you, with no harnesses, no individual safety equipment, you begin to feel a queasiness in your stomach.
As you climb, walk and crawl through 42 obstacles of the largest Net Course in the world, you find yourself enjoying the adrenaline rush. The lack of harnesses doesn’t bother you anymore, in turn you find it oddly liberating.
About 15 minutes later, you near the end of the circuit. A bright smile on your face, you step down from the net, turn to your friends and say “Let’s go once more!”
The Net Course includes moderately elevated acrobatic activities with safety nets for protection. It promotes problem solving, thinking, situational analysis and positive attitude in the face of difficulty.
The minimum age for the Lower Net Course is 5yrs, and for the Higher Net Course 12yrs. Participants are advised to wear comfortable clothes excluding Sarees and Dhotis. Further, people with health issues like cardiac problems, epilepsy, recent surgery, high blood pressure and expecting mothers are not advised to participate.