If you are planning a trip to Rome then be sure to take some time to relax and experience the Adventure Park Tarquinia, one of the largest adventure park in Lazio.
Covering an area of 4.00 Hectares (40.000 square meters) the beautiful site is only a stones throw from the sea located in the vast and picturesque pine trees of the Camping Village “Riva dei Tarquini ” a few kilometers from Tarquinia and less than an hour from Rome!
At the Adventure Park Tarquinia you’ll find fun for the whole family including an exciting high ropes course with 10 different routes for all age groups and ability levels. The adventure park also features zorbing balls, a climbing wall and last but not least a BigAirBag free fall setup. See what others think of the park: click here
The freefall tower was previously used for a powerfan freefall device. Florian Eichel, the park manager, decided that he would like to exploit his free fall tower even more and invest in a BigAirBag. The BigAirBag allows for unharnessed falls from up to 25 meters above ground level providing a true free fall experience without any harness. Now the tower has been extended to feature several jumping platforms for all age groups and ability levels.
Free fall has proven itself as a massively popular activity that appeals to the whole family. For some it is a life changing experience that teaches them to let go of their fears and inhibitions. For others it provides a safe environment to train total body coordination and aerial awareness while improving confidence and breaking through both mental and physical barriers.
Here is what Florian has to say about his BigAirBag Freefall setup:
“We had a great season. Thanks also to the BigAirBag, the number of entrance tickets sold to our adventure park has exceeded all previous years by far! Our first video has reached a lot of people on social media. The product is simply amazing and definitely something that we would recommend!”
In future the Adventure Park Tarquinia would like to hold street diving competition to attract the trickers, divers, snowboarders, freerunners, parcour runners, freeskiers and everybody else in the area to come and „redefine their limits“.