Several locations to leap in New Zealand, from towers, natural ledges or even a high-wire cable car. This is where bungee jumping was created by A.J Hackett.
The oldest bungee location in the USA, in California. Take a 2-hour hike to the ‘bridge to nowhere’, for a 10-storey jump.
With a 200ft freefall, Great Canadian Bungee offers the highest freefall in North America. Leap from the tower over Morrison’s Quarry, in Quebec. Or try the 1000ft cable slide instead.
Leap from 165ft, while surrounded by the lush tropical jungle of Thailand.
Tired of the usual bungee locations? Try the Loket bridge, near Prague in the Czech republic. Fling yourself off the bridge and plummet down to the river Ohre.
Organizing group bungee jumping all over the US midwest. Even the extreme version of heli-jumping (yes, that’s a bungee jump from a helicopter).