Bungee Jumping

Bungee Companies, Locations & Bridges Near Pearl City, Hawaii




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Bungee jumping is a popular sport but there are VERY few professional companies around. View our bungee jumping map for a better understanding of the current locations. You can also search for companies by state at the bottom of the page. We understand the options available are not ideal but that's the nature of this sport. As there is not a location nearby, we recommend searching for a theme park which offers something similar to the bungee jumping experience. You may also consider participating in another extreme sport as locations may be more readily available.

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We have yet to locate a bungee jumping (a.k.a. "bungy" jumping) company in Pearl City, Hawaii. Bungee Hawaii is set to open soon in Honolulu but the opening date has yet to be announced.

We do the research so you can spend less time searching and more time enjoying the sports you love. We search the internet for locations but as new professional bungee companies become available and others do not have a well known presence, letting us know these locations will help grow the online extreme sports community. We greatly appreciate your assistance.

Are you familiar with a new or unlisted company which offers bungee jumping in Hawaii? Please recommend a company. If you are an extreme sports company which offers bungee jumping, please contact us for your free directory listing.



Bungee Jumping: A bungee jumper is falling toward the ground after jumping from a crane. Five spectators or instructors stand along the crane beam.


Safety:
Modern bungee jumping is a relatively safe sport due to operators rigorously checking calculations and the equipment. Injuries and death can still occur as with any sport. Many commercial operators now use full body harnesses to avoid the possibility of a jumper becoming detached from the ankle attachment. That's an additional step these operators take to ensure the safety of their jumpers. Mistakes have occurred with miscalculations and equipment errors. Injuries that occur despite safety measures are upper body intravascular pressure, eyesight damage, whiplash, and neck damage.

Equipment:
There are two types of elastic ropes used today: braided and unbraided. A factory produced elastic rope, used by many commercial operators, is a braided shock cord consisting of many latex strands enclosed in a durable outer cover. This rope gives a harder, sharper bounce. The second type of rope consists of unbraided cords which can be home-made. This rope produces a softer, longer bounce. Many commercial operators use a full body harness as a backup to the ankle attachment.