Reaching heights with reverse bungee jumping at Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon
The Kingdom of Dreams has always been the place, where people love to spent their weekends and try different things. They have pioneered in a lot of things like bringing musicals to Gurgaon, creating a fictitious place, where people can see varied culture from in and around India, etc. Recently, making another first to their list, they have introduced the reverse bungee jumping.
High speed adventure, thrilling amazing experience are a few words
to describe reverse bungee jumping. For the adventure junkies,
Kingdom of Dreams (KOD) have brought the Reverse Bungee Jump to high
up the adrenaline. Yet another reason to visit KOD!
Adventure activities, these days have become very popular and
bungee jumping being the extreme one is the most popular. It is a
modern type of fairground ride that was first invented by Troy
Griffin in Circa, 1978. It is known by various names like Catapult
bungee/Ejection Seat/Sling Shot and many more. To create a safer, yet
more extreme bungee jumping experience was his dream.
Let's talk of the perils that people fear when talked about the
reverse bungee. Since the passenger car carrying the human bodies
catches up a height of 180 ft. with a speed of 150km/hr. in just 2
seconds, the spectators as well as the others are taken aback by the
screams and shouts of the persons experiencing the impact. It uses
kinetic energy to catapult two human bodies. But, there's absolutely
nothing to die of. Unlike Bungee Jump, Reverse Bungee Jumping is an
activity that involves stretching from the ground to high up into the
sky.The passenger car is examined by the experts and is fortified
with harness along with straps to hold you in position.
You’ll be harnessed, locked in and then shot vertically into the
sky. When you hit the max height, get ready again because you’ll
fall back down and then slingshot up again. It’s absolutely
stimulating. This exhilarating ride costs 499/- per person and is a
must do for adventure seekers.
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