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 Bungy Jump – The Ledge or Kawarau – Queenstown – 1 Adult –  A gift for thrillseekers.  They will be able to choose one of the following two bungy options: The Ledge  Bungy Run and jump 400 metres above Queenstown. The Ledge Bungy offers a 'runway jump' taking Bungy Jumping to a new level in height and adrenalin rush. As Queenstown's only  Bungy Jump, it offers a massive variety of Bungy Jumping options. The runway is designed so that you run out of the Bungy Jump pod 400 metres over Queenstown. Combining this with the possibility of doing it all at night creates an extreme adventure guaranteed to take your breath away. 5-4-3-2-BUNGY! You must be at least 10 years old to do this Bungy. Child rate 10-14yrs. Kawarau Bridge Bungy The World's first commercial Bungy Jump site! This is where it all began back in 1988. The Kawarau Bridge Bungy is located 20 mins drive from Queenstown above the historic Kawarau River. At 43 metres, It is the only place in Queenstown where you can choose to Tandem Bungy or go solo. Attached by your feet, choose to bob above the water, touch it, or be fully dunked! If you've never jumped off a bridge before, The Kawarau Bridge Bungy 'The Home of Bungy' is the perfect place to do it. 5-4-3-2-1-BUNGY! Both Jumps include a genuine Bungy T-shirt. Additional memorabilia available on-site (not included with this gift). Please specify in the comments area which bungy option you would prefer when purchasing

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The ledge bungy gift has a minimum age of ten years. Child rate 10-14yrs. The gift recipient can choose which bungy they wish to undertake. Please specify in the comments area which bungy option you would prefer when purchasing

1 review for Bungy Jump – The Ledge or Kawarau – Queenstown – 1 Adult

  1. Bungee Jumping – Site Title

    […] When I first heard about Bungee Jumping, I thought “this is the coolest, and mind-blowing experience, that anyone could ever imagine”. I would describe a Bungee Jumper as a very bold person that is not afraid of heights, and can take a punch in the gut. I tried Bungee Jumping in Queenstown, New Zealand. It was a long time ago, when I was in my late twenty’s. When I arrived at the destination, I had to climb a stretch of stairs to get to the very top of the bridge. When I was there, I saw a lot of people Bungee Jumping with their hair dipped into the river. I said to myself out loud, “Oh mind! Do I have to do this”, about getting my hair wet, and the staff said it was my choice, and I chose not to do it. I don’t like to get my hair wet. They bound my legs together and helped me to stand up, and I had to hopped to the edge of the plank and wave to the camera. They counted to three, and I jumped, “OMG!” at that very moment I was screaming so loud, and all the birds in the forest flew away. It was an indescribable feeling, I thought I was going to die. They hung me there for few second while I swung from left to right. A little boat came, and I was laid down on the boat. They released my roped and brought to the shore. I collected my pictures and went home. I had no regrets doing it, but I will never do it again. By the way, here was a picture of me doing my Bungee jumping in Queenstown. […]

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