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Dubai: Ziplining takes guts, whichever destination you may choose to do it.

Adrenaline-seekers were first treated to the XLine in Dubai late last year, and after the world’s longest zipline opened in Ras Al Khaimah, daredevils will soon have another option.

The Xline in Dubai Marina, which is 170 metres high in the air, has promised residents a whole new adventure where you can zipline across the skyline at night.

There’s more good news in store for the adventurous, as the Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Authority also promised that it will be operating its world renowned zipline at night.

Although the dates for both the night-time ziplines have yet to be revealed, they are set to operate during the summer months when it gets too hot for any sort of daytime activities.