Best Bungee Jumping Places in Goa


Jump in Heights

Jumpin Heights is the most loved bungee jumping spot in Goa. Jumpin Heights is second on the country’s scale. Jumpin Heights is distinguished by its highly skilled trainers who were trained in New Zealand.

Situated in: Mayem Lake. Bicholim district

Height for Bungee Jumping: 55m

Hours of operation: 9 am to 6 pm (Closed Tuesday).

Price: INR 4100 (approx.)


Gravity Zone

Gravity Zone is located near Anjuna beach. Its low height makes it ideal for beginners as well as children.

Situated at: Anjuna Village

Bungee jumping height: 25 m

Hours of operation: 9 am – 6 pm

Price: INR 500 – 4500 (approx.

Sea Water Sports

Sea Water Sports, which is accredited with STANZ, is the best place to try your first bungee jump.

Flysports Adventure Park, Vadawal and Latambarcem

Bungee jumping heights: 50m, 60m, and 70m

Hours of operation: 9 am – 6 pm

Price: Kids-Rs2500, Adults-Rs3700.

If you love bungee jumping then you can also do bungee jumping in Rishikesh.


Goa Bungy

Goa Bungy is the highest water-dipping bungee in all of Mumbai. This spot has an inclined tower to reduce the risk of accidents and increase safety. It also has a professional video and photography team, which captures your best diving moments.

Situated at: 1716/1 Sorrento Waddo, Anjuna Bardez

Bungee jumping height: 61m

Hours of operation: 9 am – 6 pm

Price: Kids-Rs2250, Adults-Rs3750.


Atlantis Watersports

Atlantis Watersports’ bungee jump follows the STANZ guidelines.

Situated at: Shop No 1 Tavares Place Calangute-Arpora Road, right next to Dr. Aditya DC. Near Fitness plus Studio, Porba Vaddo Calangute, Goa 43516

Bungee jumping heights: 50m, 60m, and 70m

Hours of operation: 9 am – 6 pm

Price: Kids-Rs1699, Adults-Rs3999.



Weekend getaways (Talked about Delhi)

1. Goa

Many beaches are found in Goa. Tourists travel to Goa year-round to take in the beautiful scenery and tranquility of Goa.

But that’s just one of the many things Goa has to provide. Goa is home to some of the most popular Bungee jumping spots in India.


2. Manesar (56 km)

Manesar is a modern business hub that has been established over the last three decades. It was once a peaceful village that was almost unheard of. It retains the peaceful and tranquil feeling of an old village even today.

  • How to reach: Manesar is easily reached via NH 48 from Delhi in approximately 1.5 hours.
  • The best time to visit: is November through February. In the summer heat, it would be difficult to make excursions.
  • Expenditure: 3K-5K per person

3. Sohna (63 km).

Haryana’s Sohna is known for its tranquil lakes, hot springs, and fort ruins. Many Delhiites make a stop to visit nearby tourist destinations.

  • How to get there: Follow the road from Delhi to Sohna. It takes approximately 2 hours via Gurgaon Alwar Highway.
  • The best time to visit: September through February
  • Spending: 2K-4K per person

4. Neemrana (129 km)

Neemrana, a peaceful historic town in Rajasthan’s Alwar district, is well-known among heritage enthusiasts for its magnificent Neemrana Fort Palace (15th century), which has been transformed into a luxurious hotel.

  • It is located on the Delhi-Jaipur Highway (NH 8) and can be reached in approximately 2 hours and 30 mins from Delhi.
  • The best time to visit Neemrana is in winter. However, because it is so green, anyone looking for quick rest can come here anytime.
  • Expenditure: 3K-5K per person


  1. Alwar (164 km)

Alwar, which dates back to the time of the mighty Kings, is home to many magnificent palaces, forts, and remains. Alwar’s outskirts are home to the Bhangarh Fort. It is one of India’s most haunted locations.

  • To reach Alwar, take NH 48 from Delhi. It takes approximately 3-4 hours to complete the journey.
  • Nov-February is the best time to visit
  • Expenditure: 3K-5K per person

6. Mathura (180 km).

It is a perfect spot for those who are looking for spiritual peace and scenic beauty. Mathura, also known as the Land of Lord Krishna, is well-known for its beautiful locales, magnificent temples, and positive aura.

  • How to Get There: Mathura can be reached via Delhi’s AH1 or Yamuna Expressway in 3-4 hours.
  • The best time to visit is October-March when the weather is nice; don’t forget Mathura’s Holi.
  • Average expenditure: 4K-5K per person
  1. Sariska Tiger Reserve (195 km)

Sariska Tiger Reserve, a tiger reserve, is located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, India. It delights visitors with its rocky terrains, dry deciduous forest, and rich fauna.

  • How to Get There: At 37km from Alwar Railway Station is Sariska. Regular trains run from Delhi. You can also hire cabs to make the 5-hour trip hassle-free via NH8.
  • Sariska is open between October and June. To avoid scorching heat, however, it is best to visit Sariska between October and March.
  • Cost per head: Rs4000 to R5000 (not including safari fees)

Here are some more weekend getaway ideas:

  1. Neemrana
  2. Sariska Tiger Reserve
  3. Mandawa
  4. Lansdowne
  5. Parwanoo
  6. Pangot
  7. Sawai Madhopur
  8. Pushkar
  9. Dharamshala & Mcleodganj
  10. Auli
  11. Bir Billing
  12. Kasol