A tremendous inflatable obstacle course in Qatar has been awarded a new Guinness World Record.

Events & Entertainment Enterprises (E3) has announced that its massive inflatable obstacle course – the InflataMonster – was recognised with a Guinness World Record for the Longest Inflatable Obstacle Course.

E3 was presented with the honour at the InflataRun Doha 2023 event that was held at Education City. The InflataMonster is now recognised as the longest inflatable obstacle course in the world with 60 different sections of challenging bumps, hurdles and traps.

The previous record was held by Conifox Adventure Park in Scotland and was measured at 568.10m. E3 has officially beaten that with the InflataMonster coming in at 1,055.225m.

Thrill-seekers can bounce their way through the 60 different sections where kids can have fun all day and adults can also feel free to release their inner child. The course covers a massive 7,385sq/m of inflatable area and has sections going up to eight metres high.

Speaking on the world-record-breaking achievement, Abdulla Al Kubaissi, Chairman of E3, said: “We are making history and proud to be featured in the Guinness World Records and I invite Qatari citizens and residents to experience the InflataMonster.”

The record celebration was enjoyed at a family-oriented event filled with energy and excitement with a DJ, dancing, roaming acts and stage performances, photo ops, food kiosks and much more. ✤