17.4.09

The Worlds Best Bungee Jumping - Victoria Falls Bridge


The Bridge
Originally uploaded by Ixtla
Spanning 128 meters (420 ft) over the gorge below, the Victoria Falls Bridge offers awesome bungee jumping in spectacular natural surroundings. The bridge crosses the Zambezi River just below the Victoria Falls on the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. The jump itself is about 111 meters (360 ft), and is one of several great adventures to be experienced in this region.

"111 metres of pure adrenaline rush! The bungi jump operates off the Victoria Falls Bridge and has a 100% safety record. Over 50 000 people have committed themselves to the thrill of jumping off the bridge. Challenge the limits of the mind and test the edge of fear by leaping off the impressive bridge, with the Falls behind and the mighty Zambezi below." (Safpar.com)

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Flickr photo credit: The Bridge originally uploaded by Ixtla

3 comments:

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  2. Thanks for sharing this. I've never been to Victoria Falls, but would love to go. However, I jumped off the Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand. Although you are attached to a wire (as opposed to just relying on a parachute), it's still thrilling, especially when you find yourself standing on top of one of the tallest structures in the Southern Hemisphere, looking down at a bustling city below. And I did in the winter (brrrrr!!!!)

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  3. Mark Benson27.10.11

    The magnificent Victoria Falls is an attraction to be at after taking flights to Zimbabwe. Along with the amazing waterfall, bungee jumping is another attraction that is simply mind blowing. Bungee jumping at the Victoria Falls makes you feel the adrenaline pumping in you.

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