Full Body Harness Jumps, allows Freestyle Bungy Jump options
WHAT TO EXPECT
Queenstown & Bungy Jumping
The first thing that comes to mind when people think of New Zealand is adventure tourism. Queenstown has been dubbed the 'adventure capital of the world' - so it is no surprise that it is here where the Bungy phenomenon all began. It started in the 80s when AJ Hackett and Henry van Asch developed and tested Bungy cords, both convinced that people would pay to experience the huge rush of adrenaline associated with Bungy. After extensive testing and with the help of Auckland University Scientists, the first jumps were made, and in November 1988, the World's first Commercial Bungy Operation opened at the Kawarau Bridge. Nearly 30 years later, over 3.5 million jumps have taken place, and AJ Hackett now operates the 'world's most innovative gravity related products anywhere on the planet'.
The Ledge Bungy
The Ledge is the ultimate way to go sightseeing in Queenstown! Situated 400 metres above Queenstown, it is guaranteed to take your breath away. Catch the Skyline Gondola up to the platform and take in the gorgeous views of the southern alps. Our specially designed harnesses allow you to get creative with your jumping style - a flip, a handstand, the 'matrix' - why not!? The Freestyle Bungy also comes equipped with a 'runway' enabling you to really launch out high into the sky.
This is the best Bungy in the world for making that personal jump you've been dreaming of - you can even Bungy in the dark on special night jumps (winter only).
The Ledge Bungy
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