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Jumpin Heights

Extreme Adventure Sports Activities involve various kinds of jumps from Bridges or Cantilevers made on cliffs from as high as 40 meters height to 200 meters height, tied to rubber chords or steel wires or harnessed on to steel ropes over rivers or forests.

Bungy Jumping, Canyon Swing and Flying Fox are household words in New Zealand, the country, which has made jumping from heights, amidst picturesque environment, a popular tourist attraction. It is difficult for most people to look down from such heights but those who do these activities feel a strong adrenalin rush and come back with a tremendous sense of achievement. 82% of people doing these activities in New Zealand are international travellers. However, in India, to attract the Indian youth to such activities, Jumpin Heights, an extreme adventure sports company, has set up India’s First Extreme Adventure Zone at Rishikesh in 2010.

Jumpin Heights is located in Pauri district at Mohan Chhati, approximately 15 kms from Laxman Jhula, Rishikesh. It is built in picturesque surroundings over river Hiual, a tributary of River Ganga.


Jumpin Heights is promoted and managed by Ex Army Officers with its H.O. based in Nashik.

Activities at Rishikesh


We provide the following activities at Rishikesh.

  • Bungy Jump - 83 meters height
  • Giant Swing - 83 meters height
  • Flying Fox - 1 km long generating speeds upto 160 kmph.



Bungy Jumping


A cantilever platform has been built over a rocky cliff-overlooking river Hiual. Jump with rubber cords tied to the ankle and feel the adrenalin rush like never before.

Jump height is 83 meters.

The Bungy has been designed by David Allardice of New Zealand. Jump Masters from New Zealand operate the Bungy. Safety standards followed are the same as those followed in Australia and New Zealand.

Flying Fox

Asia’s longest Flying Fox has been built over the river Hiaul. The launch platform is 120 meters high. It covers one km long distance over the river valley, accelerating upto speed of 160 kmph. Three people can do it together in tandem.

It has been designed by Ron Cranston of New Zealand.

Giant Swing             

Jump is from the Bungy platform from a height of 83 meters. One is fitted with a seat and chest harness, which is connected to fixed wire ropes. On jump, after initial free fall, the ropes smoothly swing like a pendulum.


The Swing has also been designed by David Allardice of New Zealand and is operated by Jump Masters from New Zealand.


The activities are carried under the supervision of experienced Jump Masters from New Zealand who have safely carried out more than 10,000 Jumps till now.            


We follow the Safety Standards of Australia and New Zealand and provide an international experience to our clients.



The main promoter of the company  Jumpin Heights is Ex Capt. Rahul Nigam, an alumni of  National Defences Academy, Khadakvasla and Indian Military Academy Dehradun. On commissioning he joined the Brigade of the Guards and resigned as a Capt. in 1987. He then set up his own business in the Automobile sector. He has factories in Nashik, Chakan, Hosur, and Gurgaon to cater to the Automobile Industries . He presently employs 500 people and has a professionally managed set up. All his companies are TS 16949 or ISO 9000 certified.


Jumpin Heights launched in 2010 in Rishikesh has been managed by Ex Army Officers to ensure a high level of discipline in maintaining safety standards on the site.


  • Bungy Jumping
  • Flying Fox

Contact Info

91 7830404067, +91 7830335577, 91 0135 2442100
Tapovan, Badrinath Road, Near Lakshman Jhula Police Station, Rishikesh





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