31 bungee jumping spots around the world that are super impressive – including one where you jump into a volcano crater!

A sport certainly not for the faint-hearted, you’re either thinking of going bungee jumping because you’re an adrenaline junkie at heart, or just looking for the fastest way to kick your pesky fear of heights, and what better way to pair that with some kick-ass scenery?

Here’re 31 of the most impressive places in the world to bungee jump.


1. Macau Tower, Macau, China: 233 metres

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This is the highest on our list for a good reason: it is on the Guinness world records as the tallest bungee platform in the world.

Want a taste of what it’s like to free fall from the tallest bungee platform known to man? Plunge down the Macau Tower head-first into the city skyline and bustling traffic below for a glimpse of that.

Price: SGD615.64

How to get there: By public transport, the buses 5, 9A, 18, 18B, 23, 26, 32 and 73 will take you to the Macau Tower. View Google Maps here.

Address: 5GHQ+X4 Macau


2. Verzasca Dam, Ticino, Switzerland: 220 metres

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One of the highest known bungee jumping points in Europe, this place was briefly featured in GoldenEye, a movie from the James Bond franchise. It’s also famous for being one of the only places that offers bungee jumping till the wee hours of the night.

So channel your inner James Bond, take the plunge down the unusually perpendicular dam, and soak in the beautiful lush greenery and crystal clear waters of the Verzasca river, said to be the purest river on earth.

Price: SGD269.99

How to get there: Lavertezzo, where the remote Valle Verzasca is located is a two and a half hour drive from Zurich and 30 minutes from Locarno. If you’re on public transport, take a train to Tenero, then a bus to Lavertozzo. View Google Maps here.

Address: Via Valle Verzasca, 6596 Gordola, Switzerland


3. Bloukrans Bridge, Western Cape, South Africa: 216 metres

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Right in the heart of South Africa, the Bloukrans Bridge is the highest known natural and commercial bungee site in the world. Love the sight of natural sights and a healthy dose of adrenaline?

At an impressive 216 metres in height, free fall at nauseating speeds into the tranquil beauty of the South African wilderness. Who knows, you may even be able to spy some wild animals lurking in the greenery!

Price: SGD78.70

How to go there: Bloukrans Bridge is located on the N2 in the Tsitsikamma region of the Garden Route in Western Cape, South Africa and most easily reached by self-drive.

Alternatively, you could travel to Plettenberg Bay, where you’ll have to go through the Tsitsikamma tollgate three kilometres before you reach the Bloukrans Bridge.

Another alternative would be to contact the Bungy Bus for an overnight roundtrip transport to and from the Bloukrans Bridge from Cape Town. View Google Maps here.

Address: 2JMW+7H Stormsrivier, South Africa


4. AJ Hackett Skypark Sochi, Sochi, Russia: 207 metres

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A rather unique and precarious looking bridge, AJ Jackette Skypark Sochi Sky Bridge isn’t just a no-frills place to bungee jump but truly caters for the adrenaline junkies at heart – it has other height-related activities like their 170 metre swing, the Megatroll zip line, as well as a hiking trail.

Plus, you get a pretty sweet view of the Mzymta valley and Russia’s unique Black Sea Coast where the beachside is literally coated in black.

Price: SGD314.80

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: Krasnoflotskaya St., Kazachiy Brod, Sochi 354393, Russia


5. Rio Grande Bridge, Taos, New Mexico: 206 metres

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Remote, wild, and tranquil, and surrounded by cliff walls, the imposing Rio Grande bridge challenges you to take a leap of faith into the even more intimidating looking chasm of the river gorge below. We’re sure this will be an unforgettable experience for bungee fanatics!

Price: SGD483.44

How to go there: By car, follow US Highway 64/ New Mexico State Road 522 north for approximately 5.6 km to the last 4 way intersection of town. Turn left to get onto US Highway 64 West. Travel about 13 km. Cross the bridge and the parking area is on the left. View Google Maps here.

Address: El Prado, New Mexico 87529, USA


6. Europabrücke Bridge, Inssbruck, Austria: 192 metres

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This is an interlinking bridge located right in the middle of the border between Austria and Italy. You’ll also be getting a grand ol’ view of the Alps.

Sure, many people have seen the Alps, but how many can boast that they’ve zipped through the alps at breakneck speeds, upside down?

Price: SGD266

How to go there: The fastest way to get to the Europa Bridge is by tram via Brandeck which takes about 58 minutes. View Google Maps here.

Address: Brennerautobahn, 6143 Schönberg im Stubaital, Austria


7. Niouc Bridge, Val d’Anniviers, Switzerland: 190 metres

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The Niouc Bridge may not be the highest bungee jumping point, ever, but just the thought of making a plunge from the flimsy-looking thin suspension bridge is enough to get anyone’s heart racing.

Not enough for the adrenaline junkie in you? Niouc Bridge also has a giant swing take you through a breath-taking scenery that spans over a humongous area

Price: SGD 290.46

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: Route de Riondaz 29, 3960 Muraz (Sierre), Switzerland


8. Altopiano di Asiago, Vicenza, Italy: 175 metres

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This bungee jumping spot is famous for offering tandem bungee jumping – perfect for those on a honeymoon trip. After all, nothing says ‘I love you’ more than taking the plunge with your bae, head-first into the magnificent Italian scenery… and possibly vertigo from the intimidating height.

Price: SGD110.45

How to go there: The bus station of Vicenza is located in viale Milano-walking distance to town centre-and embraces Martius, gigantic park opposite the train station. Line 23 bus leads to Asiago in just an hour, with a stop in Thiene and terminus to Gallium.

Address: 36012 Asiago, Province of Vicenza, Italy


9. Kolnbrein Dam (Kölnbreinsperre), Carinthia, Austria: 169 metres

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Consider yourself a true daredevil at heart? Sure, the Kolnbrein Dam may not be one of the highest bungee jumping spots around, but being launched off a crane above the dam? That’s not something most people can boast about!

Price: SGD363.12

How to go there: Take the tram along the Malta Hochalmstrasse Panoramic Road, which spans around 14.4km. View Google Maps here.

Address: Kölnbrein Dam, 9854 Austria

10. Vidraru Dam, Curtea de Arges, Romania: 166 metres

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Come to Romania for their gorgeous castles? How about dropping by to do a bungee jump by the dam? (Yes, pun fully intended)

Looking like it came out straight from a fairy tale, you’ll not only be jumping through this cloudy, misty spectacular view of the valley below, you’ll also have the fun of having cold wind gushing in your face, just to kick up the adrenaline rush by a notch!

That being said, be sure to check with the operator before planning a trip here as Vidraru Dam is not active all year.

Price: SGD157.36

How to go there: Located on the way to Transfagarasan, you will need to take your own vehicle or hire one to get to the place. No public transport is available. View Google Maps here.

Address: Comuna, 9J8J+J6 Arefu, Romania


11. The Last Resort, Bhote Kosi River, Nepal: 160 metres

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It may be called The Last Resort, but it sure doesn’t have to be your last resort on your bucket list with its gorgeous tropical lush greenery all around.

Throw caution to the wind, and take the plunge down to Nepal’s wildest river gorge, the Bhote Kosi River face first with views of the Himalayas rugged cliff sides just right beside you.

Price: SGD149.05

How to go there: Take the adventure bus in the morning at 6am from Thamel. The journey is about three and a half hours. View Google Maps here.

Address: Araniko Hwy, Tatopani 45301, Nepal


12. Danube Tower, Vienna, Austria: 152 metres

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Bungee jumping from a tower? Because whoever thought of bungee jumping from the Danube Tower must have figured that there is literally nothing more exhilarating than having the world watch you as you take a plunge from impossible heights.

With a plunge down the Danube Tower giving you unmatched views of the Danube River running down below, the city skyline, as well as a rotating café right below the bungee deck, you may even be swift enough to wave at your scaredy-cat friends waiting in the café below.

Price: SGD219.01

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: Donauturmstraße 8, 1220 Wien, Austria


13. Kåfjord Valley, Lyngen Alps, Tromsø., Norway:  153 metres

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Love the sight of the Nordic fjords? You can jump off one, literally.

Known as Northern Europe’s deepest canyon, this place is popular with hikers and tourists alike who’ve come to enjoy the dramatic, unspoilt natural environment, and peaceful atmosphere of the valley.

Throw yourself off the cliff and free fall amidst the stunning view of the valley and rugged rock cliffs!

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How to go there: Not advisable to take public transport. There are the taxi services that will take you up the valley. View Google Maps here.

Address: Birtavarre, Birtavarre 9147, Norway


14. Ponte Colossus (Veglio-Pistolesa Bridge), Biella, Italy: 152 metres

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Let’s just get this out of the way – it sure doesn’t take a rocket scientist to tell you that this suspension bridge is intimidating as hell, despite not being a record-breaking spot.

Aptly called the Colossus bridge, make a dive down this colossal bridge where you’ll be greeted with the stunning view of the snow-capped alps by the side, and the occasional cottage inn amongst the greenery down below.

Many of the bungee jumpers are known to go for a second jump because of the sheer beauty and rush of the natural setting this spot offers.

Price: SGD157.26

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: SP 105 – Ponte Colossus ,13824, 13824 Veglio Biella, Italy


15. Royal Gorge Suspension Bridge, USA: 152 metres

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Right over the River Arkansas, the Royal Gorge Suspension Bridge is a favourite amongst bungee enthusiasts across the globe, largely for the stunning views of rugged, steep rock mountains, largely untouched by mankind.

Price: SGD41.43

How to go there: It is near Canon City, Colorado. View Google Maps here.

Address: 4218 Co Rd 3A, Cañon City, Colorado 81212, USA


16. Perrine Bridge, Idaho, United States: 151.5 metres

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Idaho may not be the first place that comes to mind when visiting the land of the free, but it is a definite must-visit for bungee or nature freaks.

Undisputedly gorgeous, especially during sunset, the Perrine Bridge offers a breath-taking view of the desert cliffs and canyons unique to the United States. While many comments on Trip Advisor advised fellow bungee jumpers not to look down, if you’re a real thrill-seeker at heart, you totally should, and you’ll be greeted by the magnificent view of the Snake River below.

Price: SGD345.21

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: 204 7th Ave N, Twin Falls, Idaho 83301, USA


17. Kaivopuisto (Sky Breakers), Helsinki, Finland: 150 metres

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This is the only place where the bungee jump is performed on the beach, from the top of a high-hanging crane above.

Jumping from here has been made into a tradition that takes place from 20 July to 12 August every year, so mark your calendar if you’ve got nerves to get in on this unique Finn tradition.

At Kaivopuisto, apart from the traditional bungee jump, you can also pick a selection of tailored bungees like snowboard bungee, hot air balloon jumps, and skyvolter for jumpers who are able to show off their sky walking skills.

Price: SGD157.36

How to go there: By public transport, the closest stations to Kaivopuisto are Kaivopuisto and Olympiaterminaali, both of which are a short walking distance away. View Google Maps here.

Address: Puolarmäki 7, 02200 Espoo, Finland


18. Extremo Park, Monteerde, Costa Rica: 143 metres

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We’re not sure if Extremo Park literally means a park that takes things to the extreme, but we certainly think it does!

At 143 metres above the ground, Extremo Park stands out from the rest of the bungee jumping spots because it is above the Central American cloud forest, and is exposed to the area’s often wet and windy conditions. Yes, this makes it extra exciting!

There’s even an option where you can explore the jungle canopy with an extensive circuit of ziplines and a Tarzan-like swing – because hey, if you want to explore a canopy in style, you totally could! Forget walking on the ground when you can do it in the air!

Price: SGD103.59

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: Guanacaste Province, 85V4+W2 Los Tornos, Costa Rica


19. Navajo Bridge, Marble Canyon, Arizona: 141.5 metres

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Throngs of people visit and take a hike down the very famous Grand Canyon every year. Take it up a notch and dive 141.5 metres down the canyon, instead of doing things the hard way and climbing all the way down – you’ll also get a stunning view of the Colorado River with the wind in your hair without breaking a sweat like everyone else!

Price: SGD345.28

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: Marble Canyon, Arizona 86036, USA


20. Nevis Highwire, Queenstown, New Zealand: 134 metres

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Not just the land of the Lord of The Rings, New Zealand is well-known for its bungee jumping spots too. Check out this one, where you can hop onto a cable shuttle suspended 134 metres above the Nevis River, step upon the jumping pod, and free fall into the stunning views of mountains and lush greenery all around.

Not enough guts for it? Opt for their helicopter ride for the same spectacular views without feeling like your heart may just fall out of your chest at any given moment.

Price: SGD248.58

How to go there: Take the Swing Bus from the Queenstown Bungy Centre, Corner of Shotover and Camp Streets, Queenstown. Buses depart daily at 9.20am, 10am, 11.20am, 12pm, 12.40pm, 1.20pm, 2pm and 2.40pm. View Google Maps here.

Address: Shotover &, Camp St, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand


21. Victoria Falls Bridge, Livingstone, Zambia / Zimbabwe: 111 metres

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Probably one of the most famous sights in the whole of the African continent, the Victoria Falls isn’t just a glorious waterfall to marvel over. But why do regular sightseeing when you can take a plunge down alongside the crashing Victoria Falls?

After all, not many people can boast about jumping down the side of a waterfall – and live to tell the tale!

Price: SGD221.01

How to go there: The Falls can be approached from the town of Livingstone by traveling south on Mosi-oa-Tunya Road for some 11km. Just before the border, there is a turning to the right which leads to a parking area. Walks all around the Falls are accessible from this point. If approaching from Zimbabwe, cross the border at the town of Victoria Falls and watch for the left turning just after the Zambian customs post. View Google Maps here.

Address: Mosi-o-tunya Road, 3VG4+7V Livingstone, Zambia


22. Redwood Forests Trees, Humboldt, California, USA: 107 metres

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Far from just being the land of the (Hollywood) stars, and boujee living, California has plenty to offer when it comes to impressive natural sights.

A forest where the tree barks are tainted red, and span over 100 metres tall in height, the real thrill is climbing up the sky-high towering trees, then fall straight back into the forest – perfect for those looking for a real work out – and an adrenaline rush as a reward for your hard work after!

Price: SGD275.15

How to go there: Operated by Bungee Adventures, Humboldt is well connected by road and rail from Sacramento. Do be sure to reserve your tickets beforehand! View Google Maps here.

Address: 6X7W+74 Orick, California, USA



23. Ponte de Ponsonnas, Grenoble, France: 103 metres

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France isn’t just about super pretty and tasty desserts, scrumptious breads and the Eiffel Tower – for adrenaline junkies, the Ponte de Ponsonnas, also known as the Ponsonnas Bridge, is a must-go.

Right at the foot of the French Alps, it is a no-frills jump along an arched road bridge, and an immense picturesque fall of the alps, alongside peaceful, tranquil wilderness all around.

Price: SGD100.78

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: Le Pont de Ponsonnas – D526 Centre de Saut à l’Elastique, 38350 Ponsonnas, France


24. The Pipeline Bungee, New Zealand: 102 metres

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Offering you unparalleled views of the looming Shotover River, this is another touch-water bungee jump – which means that you not only head face-first towards the river, but also get to plunge into the water for a thrilling experience like no other.

Price: SGD135.69

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: Shotover &, Camp St, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand


25. Power Play Football Stadium, Dubai, UAE: 91.5 metres

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Dubai might be most known for their luxurious man-made island resorts, but did you know they offer bungee jumping too? After you’re done ogling at the impressive structures and luxurious hotels, be sure to check out their Power Play Football Stadium, where they’ll literally lift you on a crane, and throw you off just barely above the football field below.

Price: SGD135.46

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: Al Meydan Road, Power Play Football Center, Meydan Road, Dubai 85963, United Arab Emirates












26. Mohan Chatti, Rishikesh, India: 83 metres

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One of the best places for bungee jumping in India, this is where you’ll be getting a full view of the Himalayan valleys and going parallel 83 metres of the mountain cliff sides. Look down and you’ll see the Ganges, one of the widest rivers in the world in full flow!

Price: SGD65.89

How to go there: Located in the state of Uttarakhand, Mohan Chatti is 15km from Rishikesh and is connected well via public transport. View Google Maps here.

Address: Uttarakhand 249304, India

27. Old Colorado River Bridge, San Jose, Costa Rica: 80.7 metres

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Not to be confused with the Colorado in the States, Old Colorado River Bridge is located in Costa Rica. Nature-lovers will also be pleased that the old bridge is now closed to traffic, so that jumpers can maintain their zen, with only the sounds of wildlife in the midst of the serene, lush, tropical surroundings.

And perhaps the occasional scream from other jumpers, we think!

Price: SGD103.62

How to go there: It is located a 40 minute drive away from the capital of San Jose in Naranjo, Alajuela. View Google Maps here.

Address: Alajuela Province, Naranjo, Costa Rica


28. Longqing Gorge Bungee, China: 58 metres

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You have probably seen this distinctive gorge and rugged cliffs somewhere, somehow on the Internet even if you haven’t even so much as stepped foot in China. That’s because it’s one of the most gorgeous natural sights in China.

And if you visit, don’t forget to sign up for jumping off the platform from the cliffside to admire the vast, beautiful landscape below. We’re talking towering, rugged rock towers, waterfalls, grottos, temples and vivid greens all around, and what could be better than that, really?

Price: SGD29.79

How to go there: It is about 80 kilometres away from Beijing. View Google Maps here. If you’re going by public transport, click here.

Address: Guchengcun, Jiuxianzhen, Yanqing, Beijing, China, 102109

29. Taupo Bungy, Lake Taupo, New Zealand: 47 metres

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Many bungee jumping spots involve jumping face first towards the water, without actually being able to take a dip in the water or so much as touch the water at all.

Not at Lake Taupo. Taupo Bungy takes jumpers’ weights into account so that daredevils like yourself can have the opportunity to dip into the Waikato River below safely. Because there’s nothing better than a refreshing dip in a clear lake than after a complete adrenaline rush!

Jumpers also have the freedom of deciding if they want to fall backwards, back to back with a partner, or by the ankles.

Price: SGD162.67

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: 202 Spa Rd, Taupo 3330, New Zealand


30. Bridge to Nowhere, El Segundo, California: 37 metres

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An absolute stunner in its own right, the Bridge to Nowhere is a favourite amongst adventure-seekers worldwide. A rustic, wooden bridge overlooking with rugged rock cliffs by the side, feel the thrill of a lifetime as you’ll be pushed down at breakneck speeds towards the roaring water of the San Gabriel River!

Not enough activity in the day for you? Take a hike along the Bridge to Nowhere, which leads to a lonely forest patch amidst the Sheep Mountain Wilderness, but certainly not nowhere, ironically.

Price: SGD150.70

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: La Verne, CA 91750, USA


31. Volcanic Bungee, Pucon, Chile

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Think that jumping towards a river is passe? Try jumping head-first right into a volcano. And no, we’re not talking about cute dormant or inactive volcanoes – we’re talking about a full-blown active volcano.

Initially set up as a stunt for MTV long ago, it has since been made into a real tourist attraction.

At a grand price of USD10,000, prepare to be flown up 10,000 feet in a helicopter, then dropped just right above hot, melting lava at 700 feet from the Villarrica volcano. Jumpers will then continue to be dangling 350 feet below the helicopter, while they fly you back to the airport – truly, and most definitely, only for the most adventurous of souls.

Price: SGD13,812.56

How to go there: View Google Maps here.

Address: Panguipulli, Los Ríos Region, H3H6+V4 Champulli, Chile