Best Bunjy Jump Locations around the world
Bungy jumping is one of the most exciting activities in the world. It’s not just about jumping off a bridge and into water, it’s about having fun with your friends as well! In this article, we will discuss the best bunjy jump locations around the world.
In this article, we will discuss the best bunjy jump locations around the world.
Bunjy jumping is the act of jumping from a height with a rubber band attached to your ankles. The most common bunjy jump locations are in New Zealand and Australia, but there are also bunjy jumps in Switzerland, Canada, USA and Zambia.
In this article we will discuss the best bunjy jump locations around the world:
Let’s start with one of the most amazing bunjy jumps in the world – The Victoria Falls Bungy Jump.
Bungy jumping over Victoria Falls is the most incredible experience you can have in Africa. The jump itself is a stunning 183 meters (600 feet), and it’s located in Zambia and Zimbabwe. After the jump, you’ll get to go under the beautiful Zambezi River and past Victoria Falls!
The jump takes place right next to one of the biggest natural wonders on earth – The Victoria Falls themselves!
This bungy jump is located in Zambia and Zimbabwe.
This bungy jump is located in the Zambezi river, which runs through Zambia and Zimbabwe. The drop is 600 feet and it’s just a short drive from Victoria Falls.
The drop itself is a stunning 183 meters (600 feet). The bungy cord is attached to a crane, which lifts you up and over the edge before you free fall back down to earth. At one point, you’ll be traveling at around 85 miles per hour!
This is the highest bungy jump in the world–and it’s no wonder why it’s so popular among thrill seekers.
To make things even more exciting, the jumpers get to go down under the beautiful Zambezi River and past Victoria Falls!
Best countries to go for Bungy
Now, the bungy jump is an experience that should be enjoyed by everyone. That’s why we’ve put together a list of some of the best places around the world to go bungy jumping.
- Zimbabwe: Located near Vic Falls, this jump takes place over 600 feet in length and offers spectacular views of one of Africa’s most famous waterfalls! You’ll also get to see some great wildlife while you’re at it!
- New Zealand: If you want to experience something truly unique, then look no further than New Zealand! Here they have different types of jumps including tandem ones where someone else will be strapped in with you as well as solo ones where only one person goes down at once (and not always together). There are many other options available here too but these two seem like good starting points if this is something totally new for yourself or someone else who wants try something fun without taking too much risk involved.”
Next on our list is Nevis Bungy Queenstown in New Zealand.
As you can see, this is a pretty high jump! The jump is located at Queenstown, New Zealand. It’s not too far from the city center of Queenstown and it will only take you around 30 minutes to get there by car or bus.
The experience itself lasts about 10 minutes which includes getting ready for your jump and having photos taken before going over the edge of course! If you want an extra photo opportunity after your bungy jump, then simply head down to The Bungy Bar afterwards where there are plenty of opportunities for fun selfies with friends!
This is the highest bungy in NZ which is about 134 meters and you will have the fall in 8.5 Seconds
New Zealand – Taupo Bungy
The second best one in New Zealand is the Taupo bungy, this is 47 Meters heigh and you can have the water touch option. In this you can land in water, which is a great experience.Taupō Bungy & Swing are located at 202 Spa Road in Taupo– on the North Island of New Zealand. Hop on public transport, hire a campervan, or carpool with some mates.
South Africa – Bloukrans Bridge Bungy
This is the world’s highest Bridge bungy which is 216 Meters high. This is Africa’s highest Commercial bungy bridge.There have been a number of world records associated with Bloukrans. In 2003, Bloukrans Bungy was recognised as the world’s highest commercial bungy jump. In 2008 the bridge was part of two more world records.
So, which bungy jump location would you choose?
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