- Unique attraction: one-of-a-kind in Europe
- Awesome rush of a high-speed arc just 2.5m above ground
Some people say that a pendulum jump comes second only to the classic bungee jump for thrill factor. There’s no bobbing up and down with a pendulum jump, you’re taking a giant swing of 150 metres, and the big rush is that you’re just 2.5 metres above the ground as you do it. Think you’ve got the nerve? A.J. Hackett’s base in Normandy, in the Souleuvre Valley, is the place to find out.
This type of jump only exists in two other places in the whole world: Russia and New Zealand. It’s a totally unique European attraction, and one you’ll remember for a long time. And it’s self-triggering too - it’s up to you to make the leap, no-one else can help you. A moment of freefall, then the cable takes over and you’re swinging in a (hopefully) graceful arc. An amazing experience, and the next logical step for anyone with a passion for bungee.