Bungee Jumping in Malaga
Experience: We are the only company in southern Spain with more than 24,500 jumps made. Our guides have been in the profession for more than 20 years.
Price: Fare for jumping in Ronda (Malaga) is €30, but you need to be a group of 8 or more. In our spot in Aznalcóllar (Sevilla) price for the first jump is €25, even even if you are coming alone.
Availability: We organize jumps in Sevilla every Sunday throughout the year. In Malaga it is organized occasionally and the activity is subject to the formation of groups.
Height: The Ventanilla bridge in Ronda is a modest bridge with a 9 meters jump above a dry riverbed. In Aznalcóllar (Sevilla), and depending on the level of the reservoir at the time, you will find a height between 18 to 27 meters to the surface of the water.
Extras: In Aznalcollar you can jump together with your friend, the activity is intrinsically safe because we jump over a deep lake. After the jump you can be picked up by a boat or if you wish, you can go straight into the water! We offer professional quality GOPRO video recording, and we rent kayaks to paddle in this beautiful and peaceful countryside. Come and jump with us!
Bungee Jumping in Aznalcóllar, Sevilla, with Paraíso Andaluz
Bungee Jumping in La Ventanilla, Ronda (Málaga)
Prices and booking: Bungee Jumping in Aznalcóllar, Sevilla
|First Jump||€25 / P.P.|
|Following jumps made the same day||€15 / P.P.|
|Video with professional quality camera GOPRO||€10 / Video|
|Beer, Coca cola or water, cold||€1 / Ud.|
The activity is paid by card or Paypal, or if applicable, indicating the codes of the vouchers that have already been given to you. To make a reservation click here.
For an extra 10 € you can record your jump with a professional camera GOPRO. Watch our promotional videos here: VideoPromo1, VideoPromo2 . On the next Tuesday, we will send you an email to download your videos.
For many a single jump is not enough. You can leave your second jump already booked on our website, or decide and pay for it in cash (€ 15) once you have made your first jump. Try to jump diving first and then backwards, you will see that it is different story!
You can also take a kayak around the reservoir. The starting point is next to the bridge. Rent your double kayak from € 20 / hour = € 10 per person. Further info.
The price does not include transportation to the bridge. It is also possible to get to the bridge by public transportation, for further information click here.
Calendar, schedules and meeting point
We organize activities of bungee jumping in Seville, in the town of Aznalcóllar, every Sunday of the year. You can book up to 24 hours in advance. We always have available spots. There is no minimum group size.
We usually meet with the participants in summer from 11:00 to 18:00 and in winter from 11:00 to 15:00. You will see the updated schedule in our reservation tab.
We meet directly on the bridge where we have the activity: “Puente del Madroñalejo” near Aznalcóllar (Sevilla). Click on the link to get to the spot where we jump click here.
Description of the activity
After giving some instructions about procedures and safety you will be ready to jump.
We have installed two bungee lines on the bridge, so you can jump simultaneously with your friend or partner . After the jump you can be picked up by a boat, or in Summer and Spring, if you wish, you can go straight into the water!
Depending on the level of the water and the season of the year, the height may range from 20 to 27 meters (60 to 80 ft).
If some friends want to come with you to see your jump, they are welcome. If some of them finally decide as well to jump, they can do just communicating it to the staff.
During the activity you can be sunbathing or swimming in the lake. After the jump, you can celebrate it with a cold beer, Coca Cola or water (1 € / Ud.).
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Kayak tour: all year long we offer a rental service for double kayaks. The Agrio Reservoir is an ideal place to take a nice kayak ride through nature accompanied by your friend or couple. Our kayaks are very stable and easy to handle, perfect for people without experience. Further info
Hiking: from the bridge where we jump starts a beautiful marked path that passing through an abandoned shepherd’s hut takes us to the top of the Cerro del Águila, from where we will have spectacular views of the Sierra, the Agrio Reservoir and the town of Aznalcóllar. Further info
Liana: From May to September you can enjoy our liana for free. Throw yourself into the water as tarzan!
Picnic: By the bridge enjoy your own picnic on the shore of the reservoir. There is also a barbecue area just 1 mile from the bridge.
Bath / Sunbathing: From April to September swim in the lake with your friends and get tan without having to go to the beach!
Tapas: two good alternatives in the town of Aznalcóllar: Casa_Roberto, bar with homemade food, ice creams, desserts, coffee, drinks, terrace in the sun on the main street, at popular prices. Another good alternative is Bodega_Ramón, specialists in grilled meats and homemade stews; wines, drinks, homemade desserts and coffee. Rustic decoration.
Visit the solar plant “Solúcar”: a world leader in solar power situated 10 km. south of Aznalcóllar. Learn more here
Requirements to participate
In order to perform the activity of bungee jumping with us you must be between 12 and 60 years old and weigh between 40 kg (90 lbs) and 100 kg (220 lbs).
Bungee jumping is not recommended for people suffering from asthma, epilepsy, cardio/respiratory disorder, hypertension, or skeletal, joint or ligament problems or conditions. Women who are pregnant or suspect they are pregnant, and people who have consumed alcohol, must not engage in bungee jumping.
What is included in the activity?
UIAA and CE certified harness and rope.
Kayak and boat support.
Liability and accident insurance (Hübener with Policy No. CLWACC-TA-1001-09-00442), according to Regional Decree 20/2002, of Active Tourism.
What we recommend to bring?
Sportswear. If you wear street clothing there is no inconvenience whatsoever. In summer and spring time if you want to go to the water after jumping instead of being picked up by the boat, bring your swimsuit and flip flops. In winter you will have to bring warm clothing.
Of course your friends!
We are very concerned for safety. Please! To keep an impeccable safety record your help is needed:
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The Complete Guide to Bungee Jumping
What is bungee jumping?
Bungee jumping put simply is an exhilarating adventure sport which involves jumping from a high platform – normally from a dam, bridge, crane or tower, connected to a specially-made thick elastic cord which recoils after a few seconds of freefall. Though the bungee platforms are usually from static structures, it is also possible, and highly thrilling, to bungee jump from hot air balloons, mountain gondolas and helicopters.
Practiced around the world, this activity is great to do in groups with friends or family, cheering each other on as you wait for your own turn to jump!
Some bungee sites have a minimum weight limit rather than a minimum age, so it’s a sport that can be tried by a range of ages, with no maximum age limit. Some bungee sites however have a minimum age, the average being around 14 years old, but this is dependent on each individual bungee.
A sport that requires minimal preparation on the participant’s part, requiring only a minimal level of fitness, good health, to wear appropriate footwear, and to listen to a safety briefing, this is a great sport that almost anyone can try!
You can ease into bungee jumping by picking the height that suits you best, depending on your threshold for tolerating heights. To compare various bungee sites from one another, take a look at our list of the World’s 10 highest bungee jumps! If you have your eyes set on booking a specific bungee jump or would like to know if there’s a site around you, make sure you check out all our bungee jumps around the world!
History of Bungee Jumping
According to a legend surrounding the South Pacific island of Pentecost Island, bungee jumping originated there. The legend says that a woman, fleeing her husband who was mistreating her, climbed a tree to hide, which her husband followed her up. Just as her husband tried to grab her, she tied vines around her ankles and jumped. Her husband jumped at the same time but hit the ground and died, so the woman was saved by the vines.
A man from the South of Pentecost Island bungee jumping using vines
Since this legend originated, the men of the island have practiced jumping from trees with vines tied around their ankles. This ‘land diving’ or Naghol, as it is known on the island, has become a tradition on Pentecost Island. It is practiced every year on Saturdays between April and June.
In April 1979, on ‘April Fool’s Day’ the Oxford Dangerous Sport Club tried jumping from Bristol’s Clifton Bridge in England. Illegally and moderately unpreparedly, a few members of this club attached elastic bungee cords to themselves and jumped – something they later did again at the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, USA. the following year.
This, along with other jumps, propelled the sport into the mainstream. In 1989, the now world-famous New Zealander A.J. Hackett opened the world’s first commercial bungee jumping location in Queenstown, New Zealand.
Bungee jumping at Europabrucke, Innsbruck, Austria
What equipment is used in bungee jumping?
The amount of equipment required for this sport is minimal, with the participant only needed to bring appropriate footwear.
The bungee site will supply the specially designed braided shock cord you will be connected to, the leg and body harness you will be wearing, connected to the bungee cord and a helmet may be required at some destinations.
Don’t be skeptical of the location if you don’t spot a harness, as some bungee sites simply connect jumpers to the bungee cord via the ankles, whilst others use a harness. You can rest assured, knowing both pieces of equipment keep you secure:
Bungee Cord: A specially designed and made cord made from tightly woven strands of rubber. With different strengths and thicknesses available, different bungee sites opt for slightly varying cords. This cord will have recoil when you reach a certain point before you reach the ground.
Harnesses: The harnesses are worn around the thighs, waist, chest, and shoulders, with the bungee cord connected at the front to both of these pieces of the harness.
Bungee jumping Stockhorn, Interlaken, Switzerland
What will I do?
Arrive at the bungee site at least an hour before your slot, this will give you time to take in the surroundings, watch the people before you jump and get acquainted with the instructors and have a safety briefing.
Before the jump, you will be weighed so that the operators set up the particular rope you will use. After attaching your harnesses and rope and checking everything is secure and safe, you’ll then be ready to jump!
During the activity:
Relax, stretch your arms out, bend your knees and jump into the void. Enjoy the sensation of the freefall, it will only last a couple of seconds, and then the rope will be fully stretched and the elastic will recoil and bring you back up slightly and you will swing momentarily at the end of the rope until you are either lowered down to a specially-made landing area airbag, platform or even a boat sometimes (dependent on the location) or lifted back up to the spot you jumped from.
After having your harnesses detached from the rope and the harness subsequently taken off, you’ll be able to relax and think back on the incredible bungee jumping experience you’ve just had!
Bungee jumping Sentosa, Singapore
Who can do bungee jumping?
Bungee jumping is an inclusive, accessible sport, able to be tried by people with reduced mobility, amputees or visitors with partial paralysis. If you have any doubts about whether yourself or one of your group can participate in bungee jumping, it is highly recommended to speak to the staff at the bungee site that you intend to visit beforehand.
Min. and max. weights:
Rules vary for different bungees, but the general minimum weight for bungee jumping is 35/40kg. The maximum weight again differs between sites but is generally around 145/150kg.
Bungee jumping unfortunately is not recommended for women who are pregnant.
Generally the participant must be in good health, if you suffer with epilepsy, joint problems or heart disease you may not be allowed to participate. It is worth checking with the bungee site you’re planning on visiting ahead of booking to see their individual policy on health requirements if you are unsure.
It is also worth noting that it is not advised for bungee participants to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, as they may not be permitted to participate. This sport requires a high level of engagement and attention to the safety instructions provided by instructors.
Bridge Swinging near Barcelona, Spain
Variations of bungee
This exhilarating sport has a number of equally exciting variations such as bridge and canyon swings and sky jumping.
Bridge Swing: This is offered at a number of bridges around the world, bridge swinging is a variation of bungee jumping in that you still jump from a bridge but the type of rope is different and you swing rather than freefall.
Canyon swing: Similar to bridge swinging, though instead of jumping from a bridge, you jump from the side of a canyon. Canyon swinging is like cliff jumping, but you’re attached to a rope.
Sky jump: A sky jump is a controlled fall from a large height. The participant has a wire attached to them as they ‘fall’ at a controlled speed. Unlike bungee jumping, there’s no recoil of the wire and most sky jumps will end on a landing platform at the bottom of the tower that you jump from.
For more information about this exhilarating sport, check out our bungee jumping articles.