General Instruction

Safety measures & conditions for all the activities

Our guests safety is of utmost importance to us. Every morning there are trial runs of all the rides. Weekly greasing and maintenance routine is carried out for proper function of rides. Also quarterly check-ups of machinery are also carried out by the tourism dept.

General Instruction

Ride Safety Instructions

  • Read posted rules thoroughly. Follow all height/age restrictions and verbal instructions issued by ride operators. Read and explain all posted rules to your child (ren) prior to letting your child (ren) ride each ride. Emphasize the importance of following these rules.
  • Keep all body parts (hands, arms, legs, long hair, etc.) inside ride at all times. If you have long hair, put it up (if possible wear a hat or use a band of some sort).
  • Always use the safety equipment provided (seat belt, shoulder harness, lap bar, chain, etc.).If you believe the device is not properly positioned please revisit the situation with your nearest ride operator.
  • Hold onto handrails, when provided. They're part of the safety equipment designed to keep you safely in place.
  • Remain in the ride until it comes to a full and complete stop at the unloading point of the ride. If a ride stops temporarily, due to mechanical failure or other reason, stay seated and waits for the ride to start up again or for an operator to give your further instructions.
  • Stop riding before you get excessively tired, to avoid injuries or illnesses.
  • Never ride while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • Don't board a ride if you see broken parts, signs of improper maintenance, or an inattentive operator, you also should listen to the ride (does it sound like a machine in Need of repair), Inform to operator / Management. You can learn a great deal about a ride and its condition from just looking and listening. While most amusement parks pay close attention to ride safety, there are unfortunate exceptions; just as in any industry. Follow your instincts; if something about a ride seems suspicious, don't ride it.
  • Pay attention to walking surfaces (cracks, holes, elevations, missing grates, etc.) a broken ankle or bone will also hinder a day.
  • If you are a person of extreme size (height or weight) you should pay close attention to all posted signs. If you have difficulty sitting in any seat properly then do not ride that ride and/or device.
  • Do not put a child on a ride that they may be afraid of.
  • Talk about what to do if your child gets frightened while the ride is moving. Tell your child NOT to get out of their seat. Explain that amusement rides might seem scary, but as long as you follow the rules and remain seated until the ride comes to a complete stop at the exit station they should not be in any danger.
  • Tell children to hold on tightly with both hands to lap bars, handholds or any other item designed specifically for hand placement. Excited children often stick hands, arms, feet or even their heads out the sides of amusement rides. Load children to the inside, away from open doorways, or on the side closest to the ride operator (Some rides have very specific rider requirements, follow these requirements as necessary). Adults aren't allowed to ride on kid's rides.
  • Explain that playing games on amusement rides can also hurt other riders.
  • Participate responsibly. You should be in good health to ride safely. You know your physical abilities. If you suspect that your health could be at risk for any reason, or you could aggravate a pre-existing condition of any kind by riding a ride and/or device, DO NOT RIDE! People suffering from different ailments like, Heart disease, Back & Neck problems, Pregnant women etc. are requested not to participate in the activities. The park management will not be liable for any miss-happing.

Go-Karting Rules & Regulations/Undertaking

  • A racer below 12 years is required to get their liability and waver form signed by their guardian or parents.
  • Each racer must attend a short briefing session by the experts before they start the race.
  • All racers should wear a helmet during the race, which can be availed from the racing centre.
  • The minimum height required for Kart Racing is 4 FEET.
  • No Racer should stop their Kart during the race.
  • Every racer should wear closed toe shoes during the race.
  • Presence of mind is a vital requirement during the race and each racer should be aware of their fellow drivers.
  • People suffering from various ailments like, heart disease, back and neck problems, pregnant women etc. Will not participate in the race.
  • In double Kart allowing children to sit with their guardians will be total responsibility of them.
  • Racer will be disqualified if he/she smashes the Kart 2 times out of the Track.
  • Long hair must need to tuck in the helmet or safely need to make bun.
  • Long hair must need to tuck in the helmet or safely need to make bun.
  • Never ever ignore the instruction given by the instructor.
  • Loose belonging i.e. Scarf, Dupatta, Saree & Kurta needs to take care seriously according to the instruction given by instructor, which can be prone for accident during Kart driving.