Bungee Jumping at Kawarau Bridge, New Zealand

Mar 25 2019 Journal

If you like heights and want to attempt an extreme sport, then you could try bungee jumping. 

Bungee jumping originated in England when members of the Oxford University Dangerous Sports Club made the first official jumpoff the Clifton Suspension Bridge, in Bristol, in 1979 As public awareness of the thrills of Bungee jumping grew, a couple of young Kiwis, AJ Hackett and Henry van Asch, set up New Zealand’s first commercial bungee jumping operation, with a jump from the historic Kawarau Bridge. Since then, New Zealand has become the home of bungee with numerous other operators starting up. 

If you choose Kawarau Bridge as the spot for your bungee jumping, then be prepared to take in the stunning view of the Kawarau river as you plunge from a height of 43 metersRemember to capture the thrilling moment with your cameraas you dive from on high wearing our stylish Expedition E 6751 MCB with its exquisite leather strapIs it time for you to make a leap of faith and become the proud wearer of the super cool Expedition E6751 MCB? 


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