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OOne, two, bungee! When you’re about to leap off the Bloukrans Bridge, you’re about to safely plunge 216m into the gorge below. As far as adrenaline rushes go, you don’t get much better than this. And the beautiful surroundings don’t hurt either.

The Bloukrans Bridge, at 216m, is the highest commercial bridge bungee jump in the world and attracts adventure seekers from all over the globe. It’s found along the scenic Garden Route, offering one of the most spectacular bungee jumps in South Africa, if not the world.

This slick, professional bungee operation is run by Face Adrenalin, a member of the Southern Africa Tourism Association. These specialists in South African bungee jumping put safety first, with all equipment conforming to international standards and highly-trained and experienced staff ensuring that you enjoy the jump of a lifetime.

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WWhen you take on the Bloukrans Bungee, you will freefall for just over five seconds.

WWhile bungee jumping is the most popular adventure activity at the bridge, there are plenty of other rides, jumps and swings to try, including the newest addition to the Bloukrans bungee adventure menu: the thrilling 200m Flying Fox cable slide (known as a foofie slide in South Africa).

Bloukrans Bungee, Garden Route

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AAnother adrenaline option is a tour of the Bloukrans Bridge, the largest single-span, concrete-arch bridge in the world. The tour takes you along a specially-designed catwalk to the top of the arch, where you look out over the gorge to the mountains and the sea in the distance.

Your adventure doesn’t need to stop there. Around the area you can find tons of fun from Bloukrans Bridge to Storms River. Hiking, sea kayaking, diving, canopy tours, zip lining, shark-cage diving…it’s all here for you to explore. Don’t forget to stop in at the Tsitsikamma National Park to complete your journey and discover why the Eastern Cape truly is one of our most picturesque provinces.  

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