We have singled some of the most thrilling adventures across the capital; get set for an increased heart-rate!
St Katherine Docks, London, E1W
Try an exciting experience through the sea aboard a rapid Thames Rocket
RIB, a stiff inflatable yacht for the unqualified. Arrive twenty minutes before to be suited and cladded in a life coat, some goggles, and a cagoule. You may not resemble 007, but you’ll be pleased about the clothing the moment you unavoidably get wallowed whilst whizzing through the river.
Literally Flip Out in Earlsfield, SW18
With over 120 trampolines above 45,000sq ft., such as parkour space and basketball rounds, such as ‘Flip Out
’ an excellent play are, especially if you are a hop, skip and jump fanatic. You train and develop your flips, your flings or your bounces into the spongy secret pit without the fear of breaking anything.
Welsh Harp Seafaring and Windsurfing Club
It doesn't matter whether you are a complete pro or just a starter, you can train yourself to windsurf
and sail at the free sailing club in Wembley. Yearly memberships are quite inexpensive, since all the cash paid is used to run the club, and well-wishers manage it. In case you aren't prepared to register with the club, you may as well join their Thursday sundown lessons to test the fun.
Go Ape in Battersea, London SW11
While in London
, you may choose to swing and move around the trees, just like Tarzan. Ok, not akin to Tarzan – you will possibly want to put on more than only a leopard design sarong, but the treetops will make up your playing field. Using rope bridges, zip wires, and very-wobbly crossings is perhaps not the best for those who are afraid of heights, yet everybody will enjoy the experience – visit Go Ape
for more fun.
Bungee Jump O2 Ground
No need to head to New Zealand to jump from a high altitude and experience the excitement of Bungee leaping. The Bungee Club
here in London, UK features a 160ft crane situated at the O2 ground. Leap from a new high and enjoy amazing sites of the skyscrapers within the city view as you dive downwards.
The Orbit Jump
Did you think that sliding down Anish Kapoor Kapoor's 114.5-metres-high The Orbit building at the Olympic Park was tame? At 262ft above the town, it is considered the tallest freefall abseil
around the UK's highest statue; hence, not for weak-hearted. You will move to the viewing dais, be secured into a harness and then get set to go, just don’t forget to turn on the GoPro!