Bungy Jumping

::Bungy Jumping

The world’s great outdoor adventure playground, New Zealand – otherwise known as ‘Bungyland’. The New Zealand Information Network has prepared this guide for travellers and adventure seekers to help in locating our awesome bungy jump sites.

Nevis Highwire

By |2016-11-26T18:59:07+12:00September 26th, 2012|Bungy Jumping|

The Queenstown Nevis Highwire Bungy is 32 km from Queenstown. Trips leave daily from the Station Building in Shotover Street by 4WD vehicle, passing over a high country sheep station to reach the site. Here, you put a harness on and board the cable car, which is suspended from 380 metre long high-tension cables spanning the whole valley.

The Ledge Bungy

By |2016-11-26T18:59:08+12:00September 26th, 2012|Bungy Jumping|

The Queenstown Ledge Bungy offers a number of unique choices as well. You can choose a body harness or an ankle tie, jump off either the mild or the wild side of the platform, take a running jump or a sedate swan dive, or even a reverse somersault. You get to choose the method that suits your personality, and gives you the maximum rush.

Sky Tower Sky Jump

By |2016-11-26T18:59:12+12:00September 10th, 2012|Bungy Jumping|

The Auckland Sky Tower Sky Jump is different from bungy jumping. It is a cable-controlled base jump, where participants can choose to go down feet first or glide down head first like Superman. You wear a special suit with a full body harness attached to a wire cable and a descender unit. As you fall the cable drum feeds out wire behind you at a controlled speed.