Bungee Jumping, Zip Lining and Swing Jumping in Rishikesh
You cannot just miss this thrilling adventure activity after coming to Rishikesh. Harnessing the tourist on to a platform with 80 meters of height, and secured with harness and strong elastic ropes, the tourist then jumps from the high platform. As the elastic ropes break the fall preventing jerks and making it smooth, the tourist enjoys the spine tingling sensations . Fear should not ruin your fun. You might also want to try out zip lining and swinging. All these sports can be enjoyed together or alone. The best part is, as you finish you are awarded with a certificate and video clippings and pictures of your free fall.
- TRANSPORT : If needed, In private or shared car with driver,
- ACCOMMODATION: Not applicable.
- PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Minimum age: 12 years. Minimum and Maximum weight: 20 kg to 130 kg.
- ACTIVITIES: Bungee jumping, Zip lining (Flying Fox), Swing jump.
- DURATION: Variable
- MEALS: None
- COST: From INR 1500 onwards ( US $ 25)
Bungee Jump in Rishikesh
Be ready to face fear in the face as you enjoy one of the most popular adventure activities. The activity is set up by experts from New Zealand. We perform this activity on a tributary of the Ganga river, having 0.5 to 1 meter of water, almost always. You will be lowered into the river as your harness is removed.
Rishikesh- Zip lining
This activity can be done in tandem with 3 people or alone at a small additional cost. The locationremains the same over the banks of the river. Harnessing the guests at 7 meters, only on one side, they are made to roll under gravity. You reach an unprecedented speed of 160 kms and everything is a blurr to the eyes. It is a lot of fun.
Swing Jumping – Rishikesh
Again this adventure activity can be done in tandem or alone. It is performed using the same platform as the Bungee jump. Securing you with a chest harness,and made to jump, you swing along like a pendulum after the first few seconds of fall, with the river below you. The jungle is 10 meters above. Experience the waters as you are lowered into the river after the fall.