Super extreme in Bali: 10 best activities for adrenaline junkies

You all know that the island of Bali, known worldwide for its healing spas, luxurious hotels, and first-class restaurants, is a real paradise for tourists who want to relax and unwind. But on the island, you can also find extreme entertainment for adrenaline junkies.
Do you want to fly on a flying fish, jump into the roaring ocean from a cliff, or feel like a superhero soaring into the sky? We present to you the top ten extreme entertainments in Bali!
And do you want to?..
1. Soar into the air on a 5GX bungee in Kuta.
This attraction appeared in Legian just a few months ago but has already gained wide popularity among tourists. Its essence is simple – a giant catapult launches a gondola into the air, in which 2 or 3 people sit. The gondola flies at a speed of about 100 kilometers per hour, and at the highest point, it flips several times. Sounds impressive?
And although all this fun lasts literally a few seconds, the level of extreme is truly off the charts - you will really remember this experience for a loooong time!
If desired, combine two pleasures in one - if you jump during sunset hours, you can quite enjoy the sunset from a height. The main thing is to do it on an empty stomach. The attraction is located directly opposite the famous Sky Garden club.
During the launch, if desired, you can record videos or take photos. The attraction has its own Facebook page, where a collection of photos and videos has already been gathered.
For some particularly sensitive tourists, adrenaline rushes so high that they even lose consciousness. Watch this video.
Opening hours: from 11 am to 2 am
2. Swing on the flying swings at Zen Hideaway with a breathtaking view.
The Zen Hideaway villa is nestled amidst rice fields in the Ayung River valley. It is here that the swings, photos of which have caused a sensation on social media, are located. It wasn't immediately clear - whether it was a photomontage or if such beauty truly exists in reality: an incredible panorama unfolds across the entire horizon, with views of the river, a mini waterfall on the dam, rice terraces, and the sacred Mount Agung.
But the swings really do exist - they hang between two tall coconut palms on a picturesque hill near the Zen Hideaway villa. This two-story villa is located a 20-minute drive from Ubud and is built from a 150-year-old teak tree.
The swings have become the highlight of this place. This breathtaking attraction will leave a lasting memory of this heavenly corner. After all, what could be better than swinging at such a height, enjoying the beauty of the surrounding nature? Please note that only those staying at the villa can approach the swings.
You can book the villa with a discount here!
The article "Swing Mania. Best Places in Bali with Swings" will tell you about many other interesting places in Bali where you can find swings that will thrill your nerves.
3. Speed through the waves in the belly of a sea monster.
Imagine a hybrid of an airplane, submarine, jet ski, and marine mammal. This is probably how the mechanical sea monster, proudly named Seabreacher - the Sea Cleaver, should look like.
This jet-powered watercraft with a transparent cockpit for the pilot zooms through ocean waves at a speed of 80 kilometers per hour, which is almost twice as fast as the legendary Usain Bolt! Additionally, it can dive underwater to a depth of up to two meters and swim like a submarine at speeds of up to 40 kilometers per hour.
Imagine this, but that's not all. The sea monster can leap out of the water to a height of up to six meters! Sounds dangerous? But you can rest assured about your safety because the glass used to construct the Sea Cleaver is the same as that used in building F16 fighter jets, and it boasts incredible buoyancy.
4. Speed over the ocean waves on a zipline.
The small neighbor of Bali, the island of Nusa Ceningan, is famous for its steep cliffs and turbulent ocean waves crashing against its shores. Are you ready to take on the challenge and soar over the ocean abyss on a zipline?
This can be accomplished thanks to the new attraction called Abyss Zipline, which appeared about a year ago on Nusa Ceningan. The breathtaking landscapes surrounding the zipline take the attraction to a new level - in addition to the adrenaline rush, you can also enjoy aesthetic pleasure here.
Abyss Zipline on the map
How to find it? Nusa Ceningan is a small island located between Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan. Information about the location can be found on the attraction's Facebook page.
5. Take off into the sky on water jets like a superhero.
Who's soaring above the calm waters near Tanjung Benoa Beach? Is it Iron Man or Aquaman? Nope... it's just a tourist who decided to try out a new extreme sport - flyboarding.
This is the invention of the Frenchman Franky Zapata, a world champion in jet skiing. To lift a person into the air, special boots on a platform are used, which are propelled by the reactive force of the water flow generated by the connected jet ski.
A flyboarder, flying on the board, can ascend to a height of up to 15 meters and, with the appropriate skills, perform various tricks. One particularly impressive trick is called the "dolphin" - when the flyboarder, moving along the surface of the water, dives into the water and emerges resembling the movements of a dolphin.
Bali Apollo Dive and Water Sport on  the map
How to find it? Tanjung Benoa Beach is located in the south of Bali, a 25-minute drive from Kuta Beach and a 45-minute drive from Sanur.
Phone: +62 8123 800 147
6. Try canyoning in North Bali.
The rich nature of Bali offers a variety of natural attractions. In the north of the island, there are several canyons where you can go for new experiences and a proper dose of adrenaline. However, keep in mind that this item on our list implies a serious level of physical fitness.
Not everyone knows what canyoning is. It involves descending a mountain river canyon without the use of watercraft, but rather by walking or swimming. When traversing canyons, alpine technical equipment is used: ropes, carabiners, safety harnesses, figure-eight descenders, helmets, etc. Sometimes adventurers simply jump into the water and swim without any equipment.
In Bali, there are several options for canyons where you can test your strength. Different options are available in different locations with varying levels of difficulty. The most popular and easiest option is the Kerenkali Canyon, which is part of the Gitgit Waterfall. For more advanced athletes, there's the Aling Gorge in Sambangan. You can also explore the Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang.
Where to try?
Tours to North Bali that include canyoning are offered by various tour operators. For example,
7. Dive into the ocean waves from Mahana Point cliff.
Are you ready to challenge yourself and jump from a high cliff straight into the foaming ocean waves? You can experience this on Nusa Ceningan. It is here, on a high cliff overlooking the ocean, that you'll find the small bar Mahana Point, next to which there is a platform for jumping.
When jumping, it's important to keep an eye on the waves below to ensure everything goes smoothly. When you feel hesitant to jump, the bartenders at Mahana Point recommend having a drink or two, although personally, we advise against it: it's better not to mix adrenaline and alcohol. And if you decide to abstain from jumping altogether, you can always just sit back and watch others take the leap. So many emotions!
Where to try?
8. Descend along a dizzyingly steep staircase along the cliffs to the waterfall.
Peguyangan Waterfall on Nusa Penida is a series of short, cascading streams that flow down a steep gorge into the ocean. Here, nature has created a kind of natural spa, as in these natural baths, washed by streams in the rocks, you can enjoy a light massage from the fast-flowing water. Also, check out - 9 hidden natural attractions of Bali and neighboring islands.
But to see Peguyangan and bathe in it, you need to descend down a steep, narrow, and shaky staircase that stretches down to the ocean along the cliff. Not everyone can handle going down 460 steps, as the fear of heights sometimes paralyzes with fear and prevents movement. Could you quickly descend here?
How to find?
This waterfall is quite difficult to find; not even all locals are aware of its existence. To see Peguyangan and bathe in it, you can go on an organized tour or hire a private driver on the island who knows how to get to the location.
9. Fly over the ocean on a "flying fish".
How about this fresh idea - attaching yourself to a rubber boat that is pulled at high speed by a speedboat and takes off into the air like a flying fish?
Two or three inflatable banana boats are connected together and equipped with "wings" on the sides. Each inflatable "fish" can accommodate 2-3 people including an instructor. It's important to maintain balance so that the "fish" doesn't overturn during the flight. Depending on the wind strength, it can soar to a height of up to two meters. It's simply breathtaking!
Where to try?
The service is offered by various companies, such as Wira Water Sports and Bali Star Island
How to find? Nusa Dua beach and other beaches of Bali.
10. Dive with scuba gear into Shark Cave.
If you think regular diving is too mainstream, you can tickle your nerves with a more sophisticated dive: head to Shark Cave near Gili Biaha Island. This dive spot is only suitable for experienced divers due to the special difficulty of the descent, low water temperature, and strong currents.
As the name suggests, this cave is inhabited by reef sharks, as well as lobsters, rays, and other numerous marine creatures. The length of the sharks reaches 1.5-2 meters, they are quite curious but overall peaceful.
Where to try?
Diving in Shark Cave is offered by various companies, such as Geko Dive Bali.
How to get there? Shark Cave is located off the coast of Gili Biaha Island, a 25-minute boat ride from Padang Bai.
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