First jump of the day was the Nevis Bungy, standing on the edge of the hanging cage platform and facing my fear, for what is one of the greatest personal challenges of my life and the most terrifying. It’s something I’d recommend you never do, but you really should do it!
My second adrenaline rush of the day was the Nevis Arc, mildly less frightening, which I decided to do backwards. What a drop, blink and you might miss it, while more timid than the Nevis Bungy, it’s still a feat in it’s own right as you swing across the canyon.
Finishing the day with the classic bungy jump that started it all, by this time it was a timid mere drop. By the end of the day I was spent and luckily my heart was still in one piece – just!
Nevis Highwire Bungy
134m above the rugged Nevis River, 8.5 seconds of free falling.
The Nevis Arc is the world’s highest swing, accelerating through the canyon at mind blowing speeds in a 300m Arc.
Kawarau Bridge Bungy
The Kawarau Bridge Bungy is the original 43 metre bungy jump where I got to bob my head into the water.