New Zealand offers a New Experience for the Thrill Seeker!

September 25, 2012 · Print This Article

While planning your holiday to New Zealand, save time for the Nevis Swing,¬†(AKA Nevis Arc), at 120m is Queenstown’s newest thrill seeking innovation brought to you buy the gravity pioneers.

Walk across a 70m suspension bridge to the Launch Pad which is suspended high above the valley floor. Then it’s up to you to choose forwards, backwards, alone or with a friend, and finally whether to release yourself or be released by their crew. Arcers will find themselves getting suspended high above the valley floor in a fully secure harnessed swing dropping down the valley floor at an incredible speed and then swooping towards the oncoming cliff face!

The Nevis Swing is the world’s biggest and fastest swing, are you up for it?

The trip includes:
** Return transport from the Queenstown Bungy Centre to the Nevis site

** Duration: Expect a 4 hour return trip, some trip lengths may vary

** Children 16 years and under must have written consent from a parent or guardian

** Spectators can go out to the Nevis site for a fee of $50. This allows access to the jump site and if you wish decide to go ahead and jump when you are out there the $50 goes towards the cost of your jump.

Contact the Travel Gal and team to plan your ultimate adventure vacation today by land or by sea!

800 644-6659 or Teresa@LuxuryHideaways.net

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