8 World’s Highest Bungee Jumps

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Bungee jumping is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord. It’s an risky adventure.

Let’s have a look at world’s highest bungee jumps ever.

321 meters: Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado, United States
321 meters: Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado, United States
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The Royal Gorge Bridge is by far the highest bungee jumping spot. A series of adrenaline-pumping activities are held daily.

233 meters: Macau Tower, Macau, China
233 meters: Macau Tower, Macau, China
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It’s here where New Zealand entrepreneur Alan John “A. J.” Hackett made a 233-meter jump earning him a Guinness world record as the “highest commercial bungee jump” in 2007.

 

220 meters: Verzasca Dam, Ticino, Switzerland
220 meters: Verzasca Dam, Ticino, Switzerland
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At 220 meters, the Verzasca Dam is the only bungee jumping site where you can test your jumping nerves in the wee hours of the night.

 

216 meters: Bloukrans Bridge, Western Cape, South Africa
216 meters: Bloukrans Bridge, Western Cape, South Africa
Right in the heart of South Africa, the Bloukrans Bridge is the highest commercial natural bungee jump in the world.

 

192 meters: Europabrücke Bridge, Innsbruck, Austria
192 meters: Europabrücke Bridge, Innsbruck, Austria
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Nicely placed on an interlink bridge between Austria and Italy, bungee junkies enjoy a swing while taking pictures of the Alps in an upside down position.

 

190 meters: Niouc Bridge, Val d’Anniviers, Switzerland
190 meters: Niouc Bridge, Val d'Anniviers, Switzerland
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Jumpers from this spot need the courage to jump and swing in all directions at the same time. The knife-edge suspended bridged offers a shaky but thrilling experience.

 

169 meters: Kolnbrein Dam (Kölnbreinsperre), Carinthia, Austria
169 meters: Kolnbrein Dam (Kölnbreinsperre), Carinthia, Austria
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We can only recommend that you if you can’t muster up your daredevil abilities at Europabrücke Bridge then a jump at Kolnbrein Dam would be a good alternative.

 

160 meters: The Last Resort, Bhote Kosi River, Nepal
160 meters: The Last Resort, Bhote Kosi River, Nepal
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A plunge towards this scary tropical gorge will also give you an incredible (and upside down) view of the Bhote Kosi River.

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