Face Adrenalin Operates The World’s Highest Bungy Bridge
Face Adrenalin operates the world famous Bloukrans Bungy off the Bloukrans Bridge. The Bloukrans jump is recognized by the Guinness World Records as the World’s Highest Commercial Bungy Jump from a bridge. The Bloukrans Bridge is a staggering 216 meters above the Bloukrans River.
Bungy Jumping, One Of The Most Popular Adventure Activities in the Garden Route
Bungy jumping at the Bloukrans Bridge is said to be the ultimate thrill and also one of the most popular adventure activities in the Garden Route. Jumpers are secured in a full body harness, and make their way slowly along a specially designed catwalk which is suspended below the road surface. The catwalk leads jumpers to the top of the arch, 216m above the Bloukrans River. Here jumpers will be given final instructions by highly experienced staff, before the final countdown start and they take the leap. Bloukrans utilizes pendulum bungee technology ensuring you the smoothest, most comfortable bungee jump possible. Photo’s and video’s of your jump are available directly after.
Bridge Walking Tours at the Bloukrans Bridge
Bridge Walking Tours offer a more relaxed form of entrainment. Come and also learn about this amazing bridge. Walk along a spectacular and also specially designed catwalk to the top of the arch from where you look out over the Gorge to the mountains and the sea in the distance. This is the perfect way to watch the live bungy jumping up close and personal and is an ideal alternative to jumping yourself!
Restaurant and Bar at the Bloukrans Bridge
For those who wish to keep their feet on the ground, relax and watch the jumping from the safety of the Licensed Restaurant and Bar “ The Cliffhanger” at the Bloukrans Bridge. Opening hours 9am – 5pm daily. The bungy jump operations is open 365 days, including most weather conditions (except gale force winds).
This listing can also be viewed on the Lalakoi Business Directory
Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.
Sorry, unable to load the Maps API.