If you want to feel the adrenaline rush, the bunjee jumping is one of the best things that can make you shiver. I’ve jumped a few times and after each jump I say “I will do it again!”. There is no other feeling like it. Its funny to watch people who always say “hah, there is nothing scary out there, its so easy to jump” and when they are staying on the edge, they are so scared that they dont even try to jump 😀
Here are some places, where you can try to jump 😉
1.Corinth Canal, Greece :
The Corinth Canal is a junction of international sea communications and serves ships of all nationalities. It provides the shortest and safest sea-lane for ships coming from the Ionian sea, the Adriatic, Southern Italy, and those passing through the Straits or Messina en route to Eastern Mediterranean ports and on to the Black Sea and vice versa.The bridge makes an ideal place to set up a bungy jumping venue. The day I visited, I watched a few people do it- but I did not try it myself. Height of Jump: 78m.
2.Ponte Colossus, Italy :
Bungee Jumpers count the leap from the Ponte Colossus Bridge among the world’s Top Ten Bungee experiences. The platform is 152 meters above a forested gorge in the Italian Alps, located at the mid-point between the Northern Italian cities of Milan and Turin in Biella, Piedmont Province. The jump provides nearly 5 seconds of free-fall and night jumps are possible guaranteeing a totally unique experience.
3.Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado, USA :
Ironically, Colorado’s most famous bungee destination is one at which traditional bungee jumping is banned throughout the year. Recognized as one of the highest suspension bridges in the world at 1,053 feet, the Royal Gorge Bridge in Canon City, Colorado, has host to several types of bungee jumps.
Height of Jump: 321 m.
Yeah it is 😉
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i think i would do a skydive but the thought of bungee jumping scares me too much!
Yeah it’s really scary. But you should try 😉
Hi, Interesting post! I was at Corinth Canal in 2011, and it never occurred to me that you can dive from there! Look forward to reading more… Thanks for visiting my blog! Cheers, Mrs. J