Go Aish Karachi
Go Aish Adventure Park is a theme park in Karachi, Pakistan
, adjacent to Safari Park
, Karachi. The park consists of Ropes Course, Paintballing, Quad Biking, Indoor climbing and Mini golfing sections. Go Aish is a company which specializes in providing quality and exceptional amusement & adventure services. Go Aish has a working collaboration with Lanove Centrum (Project Outdoors), a world renowned Czech Republic based company specializing in providing amusement/adventure services around all of Europe.
Rates - 2013:
- Monday - Friday 2:00 pm - 10:00
- Saturday - Sunday 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
- High Rope Course -- Short Course Rs. 100 and Long Course Rs. 200
- Paintball -- Rs. 200
- Wall Climbing -- Rs. 100
- ATV -- Rs. 200
- Big Swing -- Rs. 50
- Flying Fox (500 meters) -- Rs. 100
- Monkey -- Rs. 50
- Guerrilla -- Rs. 50
Attractions - Children:
- Flying Fox: Strapped safely in a harness and attached to a steel cable with a pulley, experience the challenge of launching yourself from the takeoff ramp and feel the weightlessness as you zip through the lake on our Flying Fox. It is consist of round trip of 500 meters long. Experience the rush and listen to the cable sing as you speed along The FLYING FOX is a fast, fun, adrenalin ride that requires a minimum level of instruction, so it is perfect for a quick thrill during your visit to the Go Aish.
- High Rope Course: Participants traverse horizontally across activities/elements while safely secured to the overhead tracking system. The tracking system will be monitored by highly trained staff members. Participants have the freedom to choose their path and can pass other participants at the platform.
- Paintball: Activity can be arranged in the shape of a corporate event day, stag party, birthday party or just a group of friends getting together to have a day of fun. After playing for the first time, a large number of participants are “bitten by the bug” and return on a regular basis or even take the step and try tournament paintball..
- ATV's (All Terrain Vehicles) - Quad Bikes: Many racers compare the ride of the ATV in feel to dirt bike racing, and do it for a fraction of the price. The cost of entering into ATV racing is low enough that it is a family affair for many. ATV racing is based on age, weight of ATV and driver combined, type of motor and the experience of the driver. Ages of drivers of ATV are sixteen years and above.
All our imported REVO 110cc ATV's are waiting for their drivers.
- Wall Climbing: With you carried in a harness attached to a top-rope, it shall be a challenge for many to climb our wall erected on site, measuring 35 feet long & 35 feet wide.
Karachi Metablog of May 25, 2007 – Go Aish: A Thrill Seekers Paradise!:
And this is not taken from the website. This comes to you from a very (read extremely) satisfied customer! Yesterday a bunch of us decided to go check out what this park was all about. So 7 people, loaded in two cars enterred the premises at around 5:30 PM. The first thing you notice is a lack of signs leading upto the adventure park. We noticed since we started making our way towards the Safari Park. only to realize we’re heading in the wrong way. After changing directions and walking for another 10 minutes, we finally entered the gates of Go Aish.
The first attraction which greets you is the high rope course and the wall climbing course. We tried out the high rope first. The first thing they do when you sign up (its 100 for the short one and 200 for the long one) is strap you up, and take you through a training course. That was a good thing, since it cleared up a lot of confusions, and made me aware the safety straps could support my weight. The trainers words are “you have to satisfy me that you know the drill before i let you go up there, otherwise you’re just going to remain here”. Cleared that in the first go, so that wasn’t much of a problem.
Once you get up there, that’s when the real trouble starts. I selected going on the long course (big mistake!! take the shorter one first a couple of times then try the longer one) and the first thing u do there is slide to the first pole. It took a minute before i could gather up the courage to do that, but boy was a i glad i did! the rush of gliding in mid air with nothing but a harness stopping you from falling is totally something else! All through the task, trainers were there with instructions of how to go about the course, and keeping an eye on you.
At this point i should mention that the course is not only for guys, and its not something girls cannot do. While i was up there there were two females attempting the course as well. Infact, they even have female trainers there on duty. Overall, the staff there appeared professionally trained with cool temperments bordering even on arrogant at times. If you realize they’re doing that for your safety, that’s when you start getting along with it.
I skipped out on the wall climbing and paint ball for this trip, making a note to try it on my next one. Wall climbing is Rs. 100 for going up once. Its about 20 feet or so high and not easy by any means. At all times, there are trainers holding on to you, so even if u let go of the rocks, you’re still in safe hands. Paint ball costs 200 per person with 10 bullets, and you can have additional bullets at Rs. 8 each. The trainer there suggested we take atleast 30 bullets (ofcourse he did) otherwise the course would finish too soon and we’d be left frustrated. To have a good half-hour to an hour of this exercise costs round about 400 per person then.
Last on our itenary were the dirt bikes. And they were the crowning glory of the experience. For 200, you get two rounds of the track, which lasts roughly about 2 minutes, but those two minutes on those machines are totally worth it. For beginners, the track can be rough, with the bike going in every direction but straight, and its a challenge to even get it to move. For the more experienced, the sheer trill of accelerating (and it accelerates fast!) the bike, jumping, skidding and literally leaving others to bite your dust is an experience of its own.
We ended up spending round about 3000 total in the park (took dirt bikes on twice!) and after the exercise decided it was defnitely worth the whole experience.
Finally, we have a place in karachi to go and have fun!
- Monkey: Monkey consists of a series of monkey elements for children aged 4 – 8 years, who are boisterous and hyperactive and want to get their hands on each and everything that they see. Monkey consists of Cargo Net, Wobbly Ladder, Monkey Swing, Maze, Wall, Play House and Tunnel.
- Guerrilla: Guerrilla is designed for children aged 8 -12 years, which are knocking on the doors of their adolescence and desire freedom. The series of challenging elements installed at Guerrilla provide an exceptional way in which these young can test their physical and mental capabilities and strengths. Guerilla consists of Kangaroo, Jungle Bridge, Tarzan, Dominos, Round Run and Equilibrium.