Bungee Jumping

Bungee jumping likewise spelt "Bungy" bouncing, which is the standard spelling in New Zealand and a few different nations) is a movement that includes hopping from a tall structure while associated with an extensive flexible rope. The tall structure is normally an altered item, for example, a building, extension or crane; yet it is additionally conceivable to bounce from a portable article, for example, a hot-air-inflatable or helicopter, that can float over the ground. The rush originates from the free-falling and the bounce back. At the point when the individual hops, the line extends and the jumper flies upwards again as the line forces, and keeps on swaying here and there until all the active vitality is scattered.