Venture Bungee jumping in New Zealand Must Try At least Once In Life

Bungee Jumping is a thrilling activity that involves jumping from a tall structure and you are connected to a large elastic cord. The fixed object is usually such as a building, bridge or crane; but it is also possible to jump from a movable object, such as a hot-air-balloon or helicopter, it has an ability to hover above the ground.

The thrilling experience comes from the free-falling and the rebound. Safety of the person is one of the main concern for this kind of extreme sport they follow Safety Standards similar to Australia and other countries.  New Zealand is a land of extremes. In this modern world, geographically it’s almost as remote as possible. The weather can be harsh and then beautiful on the same day, and it has some of the most untouched scenery on the planet.



The bungee team will ensure you’re 100% safe with all their harnesses. Sure, you’re not hurling yourself off a cliff and into a river, but if all you want to do is the tick off a New Zealand bungy then this is the place.

Rotorua offers a bungy jump for those who are new to it, a little scared of the more extreme ones or are just plain looking to save a bit of cash. This is the best place of bungy jumping here; the price. If you’re bucket traveller but want to tick a bungee off in the land that brought this absurd hobby to the world then head to Rotorua.



New Zealand bound thrillseekers‘ rite of passage is bungee jumping. But had experienced it at the very home of commercial bungy jumping will make you feel so much more special. So, plan quickly and head on over to Queenstown, harness yourself up to the Kawarau Bridge and prepare to plunge towards the water.

You can select to take the plunge or stay high and dry. After taking a deep breath, make sure to check out some of the other epic attractions New Zealand adventure capital is renowned for.



The Auckland Harbour Bridge stretches across 1,020m (3,346 ft). Auckland harbour bridge consists of an eight-lane motorway that connects the city centre to the North Shore through the Waitemata Harbour.

Foregoing to its construction, the only way to reach the North Shore from the city was via ferry. This bridge has also become a popular spot for bungy jumping and guided climbs in recent years.


Sky tower

Auckland is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the entire country. So, what better way to honour it than dangling yourself over the edge of this iconic building by a harness a sturdy one and then plummeting 1,076 ft towards the pavement. It is not like bungee exactly, but you won’t be thinking about the technicalities of this experience when you’re going through it.



It is closed at present but the Mokai Gravity Canyon has been such a fixture on the New Zealand extreme activities circuit that we have to put it down here because it won’t be long until someone comes and snaps it up. Mokai is located in Taihape, two hours south of Taupo, this destination boasts three world-class adventure activities. Ride the extreme flying fox, bungee from a thrilling 80m or experience the 50m free-fall of the bridge swing.



The third highest bungee jump in the world is Nevis bungy and swing. The base platform itself above the Nevis Canyon floor. The whole statue is three times the height of the Statue of Liberty. Forging yourself into the void at this height might strike many as complete lunacy, and it is.

Nevis Bungy and swing is that the platform itself is suspended in space in the middle of the gorge by wires. You have to get a cable car out to the platform, and that is scary enough in itself, and that’s after heading out on a 40-minute cross-country ride in a 4×4 from Queenstown.

If you have a fear of heights’, ‘what if the ropes break!’, and you may have a question like this ‘How will I reach the ground without slumping’?, ‘what if I get sick! In one Bungee Jump and all your worries are gone… You trust yourself and dive! Just to take a leap of faith! Do come and experience this adventure activity. Don’t miss this opportunity!!