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High Thrill Rides at Wonderla Amusement Park Bangalore

Experience the latest technology and get your adrenaline going at the Wonderla Amusement Park. The very high-tech rides will create excitement beyond your imagination. The rides are unpredictable at every turn, so be ready for an electrifying experience!

Wonderla introduces India’s first ever reverse looping Roller Coaster - RECOIL, which will give you a whole new experience of thrill.

Flash tower is a free fall ride over 40 meters tall that is sure to get your adrenaline rush going.

The equinox is an ultimate thrill ride. At its peak the riders travel upside down at 70 kmph 16 meters above the ground - while experiencing a multitude of thrilling forces.

As the name suggests, this ride will drive you insane. Get turned, twisted, and swirled in every direction possible through sophisticated hydraulics and machine movements.

The Hurricane is a giant three-bladed fan with seating capsules along the blades of the fan. As the fan turns, each capsule also rotates on its own axis, giving you the feeling of being caught in a whirlwind.

Sixteen capsules, with two seats each, are suspended from a bow-like structure from a height of 20 meters. The bow swings and turns like a joint wheel, while the capsules themselves turns on their axis, making the occupants scream.

Maverick, like the name suggests, is a ride that doesn't go by the rules. It turns. It twists. It tilts. It swivels. It turns you upside down and every which way possible.

If bungee jumping is what you fancied, here's something just as exhilarating. Securely seated around a vertical column, Drop Zone hoists you up to a dizzying height of 17 meters, and then just let's go, plummeting you to earth with all the force that gravity can muster.

A high thrill 18 seater thriller with the wonderland mascot, takes you up and down in clockwise and anti-clockwise directions, with sudden, unexpected accelerations and abrupt drops from a height of 5.5 meters.