About Bungee Jumping - Bungy Jumping

Bungee jumping - Bungy Jumping is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord. The tall structure is usually a fixed object  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  that has the ability to hover above the ground. The thrill comes from the free-falling and the rebound. When the person jumps  the cord stretches and the jumper flies upwards again as the cord recoils  and continues to oscillate up and down until all the energy is dissipated.

Experience the most extreme sports of New Zealand in the Adventure Capital of India: Rishikesh  Uttarakhand

INDIA’S HIGHEST BUNGY (jump height: 83 mtrs).

INDIA’S MOST EXTREME GIANT SWING (jump height: 83 mtrs).

AND ASIA'S LONGEST FLYING FOX (length: 1 km  Speed: 140-160 kmph).

SAFETY at Bungee Jumping Zone

Bungee Jumping Zone have ensured safety by hiring services of technically qualified extreme adventure sports experts with years of experience of operating these sports in New Zealand  the country which has commercialized the BUNGY.

The Jump Platforms have been designed by a team from New Zealand and technically Qualified Jump Masters  with years of experience of operating these sports in New Zealand  have been brought in to handle the operations. Bungee Jumping Zone ensure safety by making sure of a highly experienced crew  high level of training  good quality bungee jumping cords  the best equipment and procedures in place  as well as a number of checks and counter checks and very thorough inspection schedules.

Discipline of all safety procedures is overseen by ex-Army officers & various safety drills are regularly practiced on site. Operating members of our staff are qualified in First Aid and certified by Red Cross  in case of emergencies.


Bungee Jumping Zone follow the Australian & New Zealand Standards Authority Guidelines for commercial operations in Bungy Jumping and these standards have now been incorporated to form the Indian Standards which did not exist before:

With regards the safety  there were obviously no official regulations in place  since Bungy had never been practiced on a formal scale before  and Bungee Jumping Zone  based on the New Zealand safety standards  went on to formalize the regulations which are now taken to be the official safety standards for Bungy jumping in India.


Due to its extreme nature  this sport is not suitable for people with the following medical conditions

1. Back or Neck injuries

2. Recent Fracture

3. Any Dislocation

4. High Blood Pressure

5. Asthma

6.Neurological Disorders

7. Epilepsy

8. Heart Conditions

9. Pregnancy

10. Osteoporosis

In case of any of these conditions  you will be prohibited from Jumping and/or Flying. In case of any other relevant conditions  especially over the age of 40  you are obliged to inform the Crew  and will further be allowed to jump only at their discretion.

Cameras are strictly prohibited on  or around  the jump zone for safety reasons  and this is NOT negotiable. Videos can be bought separately  in-store.

These being an extreme adventure sport  come prepared to rough it out.


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