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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.