Zip Line in Bulgaria
Zip lining in Bulgaria … Fly fast above the Struma River!
We offer you to fly with us and feel like a Super-hero. The zip-line above Struma River in Bulgaria is 80-meters long and you can run unlimited times. The price is 5 euro per person.
Here are some interesting facts about the zip lines:
The informal definition of ZIP is “move at high speed.”
There is not concrete record of the first soul to fly freely on a zip line but there is evidence that the origin lies in the Alps- To carry supplies in an efficient and to avoid the dangers below, the tribes strung up zip lines.
In some parts of China, children take zip-lines to school – Students use zip lines to cross the Nujiang River in the Maji Township.
Ziplines were popularized by wildlife biologists – In contemporary times, it was not Red Bull swilling adrenaline junkies that popularized ziplining. Wildlife biologists studying densely forested areas helped bring ziplining back into fashion.
In New Zealand & Australia, a zip line is known as a “flying fox”.
The longest zip-line in the world is 6,990 feet long.