Extreme Rides in Nevis, New Zealand
New Zealand always has something that can be an attraction for tourists. Besides the country has a super cool natural beauty, there are other options for you who want to play extreme rides there. Still, in the city of Queenstown in the southern region of New Zealand, there is the Nevis Valley which is the location of extreme rides.
Previously, you have played swing, right? Although not as often as a child, do not forget the taste right? On Nevis, there is a super extreme swing called Nevis Swing. The height is 160 m, the swinging speed is 120km / hour. How dare you?
Nevis Swing was even given the nickname, “The Biggest Swing” or the biggest swing in the world. Indeed, the swing is not like a normal swing, because this swing is between two mountain peaks in Queenstown. How, can you imagine? To get there, you can take a special bus that takes tourists from the Station Building which is about 30 minutes away. After arriving, you will then cross the bridge to arrive at a cabin that is right in the middle of the two mountains to be ready to swing!
So, to be able to try Nevis Swing, the equipment is almost the same as bungee jumping. Rope, harness and other equipment. After the equipment is installed on your body, are you ready? It’s time, Whusssh! You’re going to swing about 300 meters in the air. Please shout at the top of your lungs, but it’s OK if you are afraid, you can close your eyes. Navis Swing can be done for children over 13 years. To try this extreme swing, you can prepare budged for 195 NZD (Rp. 1,910,000).
There is another extreme vehicle in the Nevis Valley, the Nevis Catapult. In this vehicle, your body will be pushed with a slingshot as far as 170 meters in 1.5 seconds with a speed of 60m / hour. Don’t equate this like bungy jumping. Because you’re going to be pulled and thrown like AngryBird.
Well, the sensation is when you are thrown strong and bounced, huhu body will swing and dangle on the valley floor. Crazy!
If you want to try this Nevis Catapult, you prepare the contents of the wallet as much as 225 NZD (Rp. 2,206,000). Also, your age must be over 13 years, with bodyweight between 45kg – 127kg. Come on … before going to New Zealand to try this, you must have a safe BB.
So, which vehicle are you going to try?
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