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Bungee Jumping FAQs
What is Bungee Jumping?
Bungee jumping involves leaping from a height connected to a large elastic rope (or cord), which is tied to the feet – or, more specifically, the ankles.
Can I go bungee jumping?
Let's dispel a myth, You don't need to be super young to enjoy bungee jumping. If you're in good health and over 16 you can enjoy this fun activity. Plus you can jump in tandem if you find that easier.
Is bungee jumping safe?
As with any extreme sport there are risks involved in participating.
All bungee jump operators take your safety extremely seriously and extensive measures are in place to minimise any risk.
Processes are checked and double-checked by several staff members throughout your day.
They will explain exactly it is that they are doing and do not hesitate to speak to them if you have any questions.
Am I allowed to wear contact lenses during my bungee jump?
Soft Contact Lenses are okay to wear. However, hard contact lenses, glasses and sunglasses are not allowed to be worn.
How is the bungee cord attached to me?
The bungee cord is attached in two places. The cord is attached to you via your ankle harness. And there's a backup/secondary body harness that you will also wear.
Can children go bungee jumping in the UK?
You should check the policy for each bungee jumping operator but usually 16 years is the minimum age, with an accompanying parent or guardian who will be responsible for signing the disclaimer.