The Grand Canyon of Zhangjiajie has long been known for its awe inspiring views, and is famed for being the inspiration behind the luxurious landscapes depicted in the movie Avatar. With the opening of the Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge in 2016 visitors have a new way to enjoy to vast grandeur of the World Heritage Site. And while this grand spectacle was already enough to draw the attention of the world, the addition of bungy jumping has turned this facility into a bucket list type of can’t miss experience.
Come to the mountains of Hunan Province to see the magestic Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon from the world’s most spectacular glass bridge, and experience bungy like never before.
The world’s highest and most thrilling bungy jump experience from the highest and biggest glass bridge ever built brought to you by Go Bungy China!
Here are some things to keep in mind regarding our booking procedure –
** Priority is given to customers who have made a booking.
** It is possible to jump without a booking but it is possible that there will be up to a 3 hour wait.
** Our bookings are made up of 30 minute blocks throughout the day with up to 2 people per block.
** Please allow at least 2 hours from check-in to jump.
Booking times are available on the hour & on the half hour and we normally can accommodate 6 jumpers per 30 minute block.
* Note that operation may be suspended in cases where safety is not guaranteed (i.e. heavy rain, typhoon, etc.)
* Hours may be extended on demand
Bookings can be made online or by phone. If you have any questions please feel free to ring our Bungy Jump hotline at +86 0744-2179108 (English speakers are available. Call center hours are 8:30-17:30).
If you have any questions regardng eligibility to jump please contact us by phone on 19118628007, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or on WeChat: 19118628007.
If your booking is cancelled, in full or in part, on the day of your scheduled jump, a 100% cancellation fee will be levied.
If your booking is cancelled, in full or in part, on the day before your scheduled jump, a 50% cancellation fee will be levied.
Health Conditions. In order for us to ensure that your Bungy Jump experience is safe and enjoyable, it is important that you make us aware of any medical conditions you have before you jump. Please note that suffering from any of the following medical conditions won’t necessarily prevent you from jumping. Bungy jumping is, however, an adrenaline activity that will increase your blood pressure & heart rate and it is helpful if our staff understand what we are dealing with ahead of time. All our staff have received first aid training and a licensed responder is on site at all times. If you suffer from or are taking medication for any of the conditions listed below, please consult your physician prior to booking and then inform our staff of the condition when you check in on the day:
Heart Conditions, history of heart attack
High Blood Pressure,
Recent or Recurring Dislocations,
Recent Eye Surgery,
Low bone density, weak bone, fragility and/or Osteoporosis,
Visual and hearing impairment
Pregnant women will not be allowed to bungy jump.
If you have any other general concerns or concerns regarding recent injuries, please do not hesitate to ask our staff. As a general rule though, if you are active at the moment and can partake in sporting activities (such as jogging, skiing or extreme sports), then bungy jumping should be fine.
*16-18 year old jumpers require a LETTER OF CONSENT FOR WAIVER LIABILITY to be signed by their parent/guardian
* Please note that you may not be able to participate at the discretion of the Jumpmaster.
* There are staff members who have received first aid training at the site.
Alcohol Policy: Due to safety, liability & insurance issues, anyone found to have consumed alcohol on the day will not be allowed to bungy jump.
* Infectious substances
* Flammable liquids
* Irritant materials
* Guns and bladed instruments
* Flammable solids
* Radioactive objects
* Compressed gas
* Poisonous objects
* Other dangerous objects
Q: How do I get to Bungy China Zhangjiajie by car? How long does it take?