The attraction, built in Japan and having a height approximately 14-storey building
Why do adults go to amusement parks? Of course, with the adrenaline. After all, he makes us stronger, more active, with the help of it we can easily deal with any of life’s adversities.
In turn, the entertainment industry never ceases to amaze us. So why not just invented for thrill-seekers. in order to make them feel the taste of freedom, fear and surprise.
Felt breath beginning to ride a scary attraction? Even tickles something in my stomach…
Well, just imagine: a Rocket. You sit on the seat, which is attached along it. And sharply the car starts to lift you to a height of 329 meters at a speed of 70 km/h. Scary? And now the most interesting: the unit with you, of course, coming down as if pulled away from the fasteners. Yes with the same speed… Ugh…
You still don’t faint? Then we present you the six most scariest rides in the world.
“Tower of terror”, Australia.
The attraction opened in 1997, managed to scare 8 million people. Rolling out of the tunnel and 7 seconds get to the top of a vertical tower with a maximum speed of 161 km/h. Continue reading
On one of the highest towers in the world — CN Tower in Ontario. Canada organized the ride. similar to what is available at the Chinese tower Long Ta. At a height of 356 meters above the main viewing area has a circular track with a special safety design, which visitors to the trailer using a 1.5-meter cable. Visiting the attraction is performed by groups of 6 students and lasts 30 minutes.
During this time, literally being on the edge of the abyss, you can slowly move around the tower to admire views of the city and to test their nerves to the test. The ticket price is 175 canadian dollars (about 180 USD ) and it includes in addition to the visit in the same video. the “certificate of achievement” and a ticket to visit the other attractions of the tower, among which is the glass floor .
“Verruckt” or “our” – nuts. The so-called water attraction -a slide in the U.S. city of Kansas city, who recently was recognized as the highest water slide in the world. As you know, recognition was official, as the Record in the Guinness Book of records. The height of the “Verruckt” is 51,38 meters. Incidentally, this is higher than the Statue of Liberty or Niagara falls. In order to be at the beginning of the slides. you will need to overcome as much, 264 steps up. To pass the “test”gain four characters that together and rushing through the water at speeds up to 110 km/h. It is planned that the official opening slides “Verruckt” will be held on 29 June this year. Continue reading
Activ Natura Adventure Park is a great Park for outdoor activities for children and adults. Here you can play laser paintball, go orienteering in the woods, climbing trees, artificial vines, learn archery, play table football in real value, to mountain Biking, ATVs, horseback, donkeys and much, much more. In addition, the Activ Natura Adventure Park has special programs for school and student groups and even corporate team-building classes.
Activ Natura Adventure Park is 40 kilometres away from Barcelona and is a true Paradise for active holiday in nature. And like here, really, both adults and children. You can come here with your family, bring student groups to organize events and conduct classes on teambuilding for the whole team. Leisure options here are so numerous and varied that you may not be enough even the whole day. To stop, by the way, the nearby town of Santa Susanna, which is just a couple miles from the Park.
Laser paintball in Activ Natura Adventure Park
Laser paintball is built on the principle of conventional peytbol or technola with the latest developments for military exercises. Firing is the infrared rays that are absolutely safe, painless, and will not stain your clothes,so you can play it without special protection and masks. If you “killed” your gun just stops shooting and you are out. Laser paintball can be played even children as young as 8 years old. There are many different missions and game options. Continue reading