Zorbing New Zealand is the latest craze! The definition from the ‘Concise Oxford English Dictionary’ Tenth Edition: a sport in which a participant is secured inside an inner capsule in a large, transparent ball which is then rolled along the ground or down hills.
So basically, a Zorb is a large inflated plastic ball, with another ball inside in which you roll down a hill—reaching speeds of up to 50 kilometres per hour! Zorb is very safe, as there is a cushion of air between you and the ground.
Zorbing New Zealand is the latest craze! This is a safe, fun new thrill ride that involves a large inflated plastic ball in which you roll down a hill reaching speeds of up to 30 kilometres per hour. Thrill seekers may be offered the option of being wet or dry, or having more than one person in the Zorb ball at a time.
Why not try the wash cycle and add a bucket of water.
Just strap yourself in, then roll down the hill!
Body Zorbs are suitable for a huge age group; from children aged 6 years+ right up to adults. The idea is to fit inside a Zorb ball and play one of a number of games within an inflatable arena. From there you can run, play and compete to your heart’s content.
The great thing about body Zorbing is its versatility. As your legs are free, you can play so many games. The current most popular games include 5-a-side football, bulldog, Pac-man, tag to name a just few.