Jumpin Heights, The Bungy People set up India’s First Extreme Adventure Zone in Rishikesh in 2010 and created India’s highest Bungy jumping platform, and are now all set to open their second action in the holiday capital of India- GOA- on 27thAugust, 2019. The project is supported by the Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC). The 55 meters Bungy jump has been set in North Goa, over the stunning Mayem Lake. Ex Captain Rahul Nigam, Managing Director and owner of Jumpin Heights introduced to the Indian youth, a truly international experience of Bungy Jumping in their home turf with International Safety Standards. Recently they have completed over 80,000 jumps in Rishikesh. In the last decade, Jumpin Heights Rishikesh has managed to change the face of adventure tourism in India. They have been featured as one of the best experiences to be had in South East Asia, have earned certification from Ministry of Tourism, and according to a survey in 2019, by Ministry of Tourism, been acknowledged as having played a key role in making Rishikesh the Adventure Capital of India. Now, Jumpin Heights is all set to work their magic in Goa.
Rahul Nigam, Founder of Jumpin Heights said “that I am excited to launch our 2nd Bungy location and proud to provide this platform for adventure to the youth and tourists within the beautiful city of Goa. I am grateful to the Goa government for supporting us and we have received an overwhelming response in Rishikesh and we are expecting the same enthusiasm from Goa as well“.
The paramount USP of Jumpin Heights lies in its safety measures. With the ambitious desire to change the face of adventure sports in India, Jumpin Heights had hired experts from New Zealand to operate jumps and trained their staff under their intensive supervision. Jumpin Heights, run by ex- Army officers, ensures safety by employing a highly experienced crew, with high levels of training and the best equipments in place. After operating for almost a decade in Rishikesh, they bring their immense experience and expertise, now to Goa.