Great Canadian Bungee, Canada
By far the highest in Canada, the 200-foot "Goliath" is one of the only bungee sites in the world where you jump off a sheer cliff. Picture an amphitheater of solid limestone surrounding a 160-foot deep, aqua-blue, spring-fed lagoon, which is larger than three football fields. After your jump, you can relax on the beach of this hidden paradise in Wakefield, Quebec.
Claim to fame: This is the only place in the Americas where you can experience a 200-foot head (or body) dip. Your 160-foot rebound is higher than the entire jump height at most sites in the U.S. and Canada.
Bungy Bullet, Australia
Located on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, the Bungy Bullet is actually a reverse bungee. Strap yourself into the dual-seat contraption and get shot 164 feet into the air in one second flat. Although many bungee veterans will say that this isn't the true sport, it is quite an exhilarating experience. And if you're still pumped after being turned into a human slingshot, you can race your friends on Australia's largest and fastest go-kart track, situated right next to the Bungy Bullet.
Claim to fame: It sends you up rather than down.
Jump along the Tibetan border, and see more amazing views on your way down... and back up
Ultimate Bungy, Nepal
Ultimate Bungy offers a 500-foot jump over a tropical gorge in the Himalayas of Nepal along the Tibetan border. The Bhote Kosi, one of Nepal's wildest rivers, rages below the steel suspension bridge that was specially designed for bungee jumping. The Swiss design can hold up to 4.5 tons of weight and is 545 feet wide, so there's no need to worry about your safety (at least not before jumping...) On top of it all, the dense jungle and pristine forest surrounding the clifftop gorge offer a spectacular view, which many consider to be one of the most beautiful in the world.
Claim to fame: At 500 feet, this is one of the longest free-falls in the world.
Blue Thunder Bungee, Canada
Situated in the world's largest mall, the West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Blue Thunder Bungee offers a jump from a 106-foot tower into water; full body dunks are also available. The bungee tower is in the World Waterpark, a 5-acre indoor water park that includes over 20 different activities and miles of waterslides. Plus, the entire mall is 5.3 million square feet, which is equivalent in size to 115 American football fields, so there's a lot to see while you're there.
Claim to fame: It's the world's only permanent indoor bungee jump over water.