The Bloukrans Bungy is the worlds highest commercial bungy bridge!
Looking for Adventures! Try the highest commercial natural bungy jump in the world. There have been a number of world records associated with Bloukrans. In 2003, Bloukrans bungy was recognised as the worlds highest commercial bungy jump. In 2008 we were part of two more world records. Veronica Dean performed 19 bungy jumps in one hour and Bill Boshoff performed 101 jumps in a 24 hour period. Bill’s world record was subsequently surpassed, in 2011 Face Adrenaline facillitated Scott Huntley to regain the world record with 107 jumps in the 24 hour period.
The owners of Face Adrenalin were instrumental in introducing bungy jumping to the African continent in 1990. The first bridge to be bungy jumped off in Africa was the Bloukrans River Bridge. At the time, this was the highest jump to be performed in the world!
In 1991, through Kiwi Extreme, introduced bungy jumping from a crane at the Rand Show in Johannesburg. Kiwi Extreme also ran crane bungy jumping and catapult bungy operations at the old Gunston 500 surfing competitions in Durban for a number of years.
In 1993 they helped establish the highest bungy jump of it’s time at the Victoria Falls bridge bordering Zambia and Zimbabwe.
In 1997 they established the current worlds highest commercial bungy bridge from the Bloukrans River Bridge. This bridge borders the Eastern and Western Cape and is situated in the Tsitsikamma area of the Garden Route.
Face Adrenalin have played host to the likes of Prince Harry, Jack Osbourne, Thabo Mbeki, The Zuma family, Bobby Skinstad, Hansie Cronje, Fanie De Villiers, KellySlater, Andy Irons, The Amazing Race, and many more famous and not so famous visitors – you never know who you could meet on any given day at Bloukrans. The Bloukrans bridge is 216 meters (709 feet) above the Bloukrans River. The operations is open 365 days of the year during all weather conditions (except gale force winds).
Face Adrenalin is owned by Devan Tuohey and Chris Upton who have a combined 43 years experience in bungy jumping and adventure tourism. Our primary focus is on maintaining the highest quality safety standards on their operations so that bungy jumping can be experienced and enjoyed by everyone.
All operations are covered by comprenhensive public liability.
The Tsitsikamma Canopy Tour
The Tsitsikamma Canopy Tour is a unique eco-wilderness adventure that takes place in the magnificent Tsitsikamma indigenous rainforest. The first of its kind in Africa, the canopy tour involves traversing from one platform to another along a steel cable suspended up to 30 meters above the forest floor…
Most platforms are located in giant Outeniqua Yellowwood trees. The scenery and bird life is spectacular and professional guides provide interesting facts about the forest ecology during the 2.5 to 3 hours.
The concept of guiding people through the upper canopy of a rainforest originated in Costa Rica, where adventurous biologists devised new methods for accessing the forest canopy in order to conduct research on the undiscovered canopy ecosystem. The idea soon developed into a breathtaking form of eco-tourism which allowed people to enter and experience a previously inaccessible natural environment.
Great White Shark Cage Diving
Shark diving with can provide you with a unique opportunity to witness the wonder of the Great White Shark in a safe and professional environment.
The operator is a renowned global research organisation which, founded in 1989, is totally dedicated to the conservation of these magnificent ocean predators.
We’ll take you on an adrenalin-surging adventure experience in the heart of the world’s Great White Shark mecca that will leave you in awe of these gliding torpedoes of power. You will also come away knowing more a lot more about sharks and what we do aid their conservation.
Your day begins with a scrumptious buffet breakfast at ‘White Shark Lodge’. Suitably fortified for the day, this is followed by the excitement of the boat launch and a full, adrenalin-packed day at sea, around Dyer Island and Geyser Rock.This area is aptly named ‘Shark Alley’ and is inundated with African Jackass Penguins, Cape Fur Seals and, in season, Southern Right Whales!
As chum clouds the water, we wait, for the first dorsal fin to appear. It seldom takes long. Anticipation mounts as the cage is gently lowered and guests ready themselves for that first electrifying encounter with a Great White Shark.
It’s that once-in-a-lifetime rush as the solitude of the sea engulfs you and you come face to face with one of the most powerful predators on earth.
Shark cage diving in South Africa is an adventure experience that will leave you breathless!
No experience necessary
We welcome all enquiries and encourage participation from non divers and experienced divers alike.
Catering for shark cage diving and surface viewing from our 36 foot, custom-built white shark dive catamaran is a privilege that White Shark Projects has enjoyed for many years.
To ensure client comfort on board there is a limited capacity of 20 passengers. All your dive and safety equipment is included. There is first aid and a life raft,as well as toilet facilities on board.
Added value items:
- Continental breakfast
- Snacks and cold drinks are available on board
- A talk on White Sharks is given during the cruise
- All diving equipmentis included
- Hot soup is served on your return to shore at White Shark Lodge
- Dive experience certificate awarded to all divers