Outdoor adventurers can pick up speeds of up to 25mph as they hurtle down a slope in a bubble. Pairs can either strap themselves in for some Harness-Zorbing, or opt for the slightly slower but certainly wetter Hydro-Zorbing, sharing their ball with 40 litres of water to ensure a drenching. They’ll leave with a t-shirt as a memento of the day.
GO Zorbing was created to bring the art of Zorbing to Londoners. Invented in Rotarua, New Zealand in 1994, the activity sees participants strapped into a giant inflatable ball before being rolled downhill. Located 35 minutes from London Bridge and Victoria, GO Zorbing offer both harness and hydro zorbing at their Surrey base.