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Nevis Bungy Jump

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Bungy: NZD$275.00

Swing & Bungy Combo: NZD$385.00

Bungy/Swing Spectator: NZD$50.00

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Service rating:   excellent

Was an unbelievable experience. Would be more than happy to go again.

Product rating:   excellent

Best crew working made it a fantastic time very friendly and helpful

Reviewed 18-Aug-2017

Service rating:   excellent

Easy experience--kids had this at the top of their list. Booking in advance ensured we got the time we wanted and could schedule around.

Product rating:   excellent

The highest bungy was the thrill of a lifetime!! Everyone was very friendly and put you at ease. They were very professional and they let you take as many pics and videos. Their videos are absolutely worth it--they capture the entire experience and you won't believe how big of a drop it is.

Reviewed 04-Apr-2017

Service rating:   excellent

Everything was awesome. Most mind-blowing rxperience of my life. πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

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Craziest thing ive ever did in my life. Just crazy! πŸ€˜πŸΌπŸ’€

Reviewed 01-Apr-2017

Service rating:   good

Enjoyed the whole experience staff were great

Product rating:   good

Well organised staff were great

Reviewed 08-Mar-2017

Everything Travel Group Review

Wow! What a scary/adrenalin pumping/awesome experience the Nevis Bungy jump was. Not only is the bungy itself nail biting but the ride out to the jump pod in the cable car is enough to put you off if you're scared of heights. Luckily I'm not too bad with heights but this was definitely enough to get the heart racing. It wasn't until I was told to stand up and shuffle out to the minimal ledge at which you are to jump off into the unknown that I suddenly thought, I don't know if I'm gonig to be able to do this. I'm not going to lie, that part is seriously terrifying. Word of advise for those who are yet to do it - don't look down and as soon as the count down has finished...just jump. I took the second part of my advise and jumped straight away but I did make the error of looking down beforehand. And what do you think I was thinking when they pulled me back up to the top - wow that was awesome I want to do it again. Seriously one of the best things I have ever done. If you are going to do the bungy you might as well do the big one. The whole Nevis experience is definitely one you will be glad you embarked on and one you will never forget.

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Reviewed 11 May 2012 by Everything Travel Group (Belinda)

Latest Questions about Bungy - 134m Nevis - NZ's Highest Bungy

We are looking to do nevis bungy & swing and ideally would like to do 1/2 day rafting at Kawarau on the same day. Is this doable?

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Hi,

I'm looking at booking a weekend away in Queenstown for the girlfriends birthday and booking in the Nevis. I was just wonderin what are the prices package to do it including swing and bungy.

Cheers

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Heya, Awesome i cant think of a better place to go for a special birthday! Check out our Nevis Bungy and Swing Combo, you save loads of money and they are both worth doing for sure!

Comment by: Alicia - Everything Queenstown on 21st Sep 17 at 16:39

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is it possible to just do the swing? And if so, how much does it cost?

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Hi Chloe,

Yes, it certainly is possible to do the Nevis Swing only. The current cost for the Nevis Swing is $195 per adult. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 12th Jul 17 at 20:06

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Do we need to book in advance or are walk in usually safe ? We will be in town January 6th

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I would definitely recommend booking your Queenstown bungy jump in advance as this time of year the Nevis bungy and many other activities fill up several days in advance. You can book via the Book Now link and we will email your confirmation straight back to you.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 20th Dec 16 at 10:11

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What is the cost for photo and video or is that already included

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The Nevis bungy photos and video are not included in the cost of the Nevis bungy jump. If you do wish to purchase these you can do so after your bungy on site and you can even have a look at them before you buy. The cost is $45 for either the photos or video or $80 for both.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 5th Jun 16 at 20:18

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Hi,
What happens if you make a booking, but the weather turns out to too bad for jumping on the day that you booked for? What if we wouldn't have the possibility to come back the next day for instance?

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If you book any New Zealand activities via our website and they are cancelled for any reason and you are unable to reschedule then you will get a full refund from us. You just need to email or call us regarding your cancellation and we will refund the money back onto the credit card that was used to make the booking.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 30th May 16 at 10:40

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Hi
We are 5 families coming to Queenstown in March 2017. Kids are of varying ages: 6, 8, 12, 14, 16.
Which activities can they participate in?

Thks
Adeline

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Unfortunately the minimum age for bungy jumping in Queenstown is 10 years old and the weight minimum is 35kg (75lbs). The Zipline tour located at the top of the Skyline gondola complex is a good option for your group. Minimum age is 6 years old and its lots of fun.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 17th May 16 at 21:54

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One person wants to do the Bungy Jump and one person wants to do the Swing shot. Are they in the same place? Does family leave on same bus? Just book one or two hours apart so all family members are together at the same time at the same place?

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The Nevis Bungy and the Nevis Swing are located at the same place just out of Queenstown. So if people in your group want to book one or the other then you will head out on the same bus from town at the same time.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 5th Nov 15 at 16:53

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Booking a holiday in May 2016. Wanting to do sky dive - white water rafting - 134 metre bundgee. Wonder where these are from Queenstown. Distance time and what time your activities start from in the the course of the day.Thanks

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All the activities in Queenstown offer transfers from town so no need to worry about getting to and from. Each of the 3 activities you mentioned takes 3-5 hours so you wont be able to do all 3 in the one day. You could do 2 in one day or 1 each in day.

The Queenstown skydive takes place at the dropzone about 15 minutes out of town and operates every couple of hours all day depending on weather. The entire trip including transfers to and from and your skydive takes about 3.5 hours. I'd advise booking the 8.30am skydive as this is often the best time of day for wind etc so you have the best chance of skydiving. If your skydive is cancelled then you can reschedule to another day or get a full refund from us. For this reason we recommend booking for one of your first days in town so you have time to reschedule if necessary.

The white water rafting operates on the Shotover river with the base 10 minutes out of town but the start of the rafting is actually about 45 minutes away on the Skippers Canyon road. Trips depart twice daily at 8am or 1pm and you'll return about 4.5 hours later.

The Nevis bungy takes place in the nevis valley about 45 minutes out of town. Trips depart every hour or so and the round trip takes about 3.5 hours.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 30th Oct 15 at 15:15

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Can I bring my husband and 2 year old son and 10 months old daughter as spectators , to watch me closely in cable car while I jump. How much is the charge for kids and hubby ?

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Hi Hafsa, unfortunately both your 10 month old and 2 year old are too small to travel out to the Nevis jump pod as spectators as they won't fit in a harness. There is no age restriction for this however the requirement is that they can fit a harness. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 14th Sep 15 at 15:17

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I can see that there is a package for the Nevis Swing and Bungy. My question is could i purchase one of the swing/bungy deal and then just another swing on its own to do a tandem with my partner? He is not keen on doing the bungy only the swing and i would like to do both.

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Hi Kristy, yes that's exactly right, just purchase 1 x Nevis Bungy & Swing Combo and 1 x Nevis Swing and you can both jump tandem together when you are there. You will do the bungy first and the swing second.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 29th Jul 15 at 14:33

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Hey! Is it possible to buy a voucher for bungee jump for a present?

Cheers!

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Hi Iku, yes it is possible to purchase the Nevis Bungy as a gift voucher. Simply click on the "Book Now" button and then tick the box that says "I want this to be an open dated gift voucher" and follow the remaining prompts. The voucher will be emailed to you straight away and you can forward or print the voucher and give it to the recipient. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 12th Jul 15 at 08:32

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HI
I'm just seeking some information in regard to the Nevis Bungy which I hope to be doing around the 30th of October

I have a gopole reach (short pole - 75cm) that I can securely tether to my wrist(Strap with lock/latchable slider to make sure it stays tight)
Is this okay to jump with or should I be bringing a shorter alternative?
Should I bring two and choose the best option (75cm or shorter option of 30cm) on the day if that is more appropriate?
Thank you for your efforts & response

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Hi Patrick. Yes you are welcome to bungy jump with a Go Pro at the Nevis bungy site so long as it is safely secured to your wrist or chest. I'd suggest bringing both poles and you can chat with the jump master on the day as to which one will work best. You can book your jump via the Book Now button on the Nevis bungy page on our site and we will email your booking confirmation straight back.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 21st Sep 14 at 15:24

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Hi just a quick question, would the duration leading up to your jump take up all day or just half?

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Hi Billie. The duration of the Nevis bungy in Queenstown including transfers out to the Nevis bungy site and back (40 minutes in the van) and the bungy itself  is 3.5 hours. Once you get out to the bungy site you will be fitted with your safety harness, given a briefing and then you will be taken to the jump pod to do your bungy. You usually have about 2 hours on site in total and after everyone in your group has jumped you will be brought back to Queenstown.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 3rd Sep 14 at 09:59

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Hey is this bungy open in June?

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Hi Jarrod. Yes the Nevis bungy jump in Queenstown is open in June and every other month of the year as well.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 12th May 14 at 16:06

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showers are predicted on the day of my jump.. do you still operate if that the case ?

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Hi Anthony. Yes the Nevis bungy in Queenstown will still operate if it is raining. It takes high winds or heavy snow falls to stop operations.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 28th Feb 14 at 17:38

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Can my wife come out with me if she's not jumping?

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Hi Brenton. Spectators are welcome at the Nevis bungy site in Queenstown however there is a charge of $50 per spectator as they take up a seat on the bus there and back and they are welcome to go out in the jump pod and watch you up close and personal. If you wish to book your wife on as a spectator just select Bungy/Swing Spectator: $50 when you are making your bungy booking via our website.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 9th Feb 14 at 12:50

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Hey.
If anyone wants to see me jump, do they have to pay the $50, or can they go there by themself and still see the jump?

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Hi Maria, all spectators have to pay the $50. The road up to the Nevis bungy is a private road so you cannot drive up there yourself the only way of getting there is on the Bungy transport. The $50 includes access out to the jump pod via the cable cart so you are right up close to all the action.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 20th Jan 13 at 14:22

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Can I wear a GoPro camera using either a head strap or chest strap when I jump?

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Hi Tom, gernerally GoPro's are fine to be worn on the wrist on the Nevis Bungy Jump however they will need to be cleared by the jump master on the day. If the wind is too high or the straps are not suitable then the jump master may not allow it. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 5th Dec 12 at 16:41

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Hi,

I was just wondering if you 2 people are able to jump at the same time ? How much would it cost ?

Thanks.

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Hi Chloe, unfortunately you can't do the Nevis Bungy as a tandem jump however if you were wanting to go tandem you could opt for the Nevis Swing instead which costs $160 per person for the tandem swing. The only bungy's that offer the tandem jump are the Kawarau Bungy and the Auckland Bridge Bungy.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 20th Aug 12 at 10:39

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My daughter is 14 and is going to NZ with her friend she wants to do the Bungy can I fill in a concent form for her before she goes or give a letter giving her permission to jump?

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Hi Debbie, for the Nevis Bungy they require a guardian to check in with the girls and sign several documents but do not actually have to travel out to the jump site with them.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 18th Jun 12 at 17:29

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i wear glasses are the goggles available to go over them so I dont have to bungy without them? otherwise I won't see anything which will be pointless to jump

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Hi Maha, unfortunately there are no goggles available to secure your glasses for jumping the Nevis Bungy. You would need to supply these yourself. Alternatively, contact lenses are fine to jump with.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 18th Jun 12 at 12:57

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hi, if you werent going to to the bungy but just watching, how much does it cost? and where will you be watching it from? thanks

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Hi Emma. The spectators fee is $50. This includes return tranport to the bungy from Queenstown and you are able to go out on the cable car to the jump pod and watch. If when you are there you decide you would like to do the bungy the $50 spectator fee goes towards the cost of the jump.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 8th May 12 at 17:13

Hi Emma. The spectators fee is $50. This includes return tranport to the bungy from Queenstown and you are able to go out on the cable car to the jump pod and watch. If when you are there you decide you would like to do the bungy the $50 spectator fee goes towards the cost of the jump.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 8th May 12 at 17:40

how much does it cost to do the nevis bungy? as eavh site and book i read have different prices

Comment by: emma on 9th May 12 at 13:30

Hi Emma to do just the Nevis Bungy it is $260. That includes the bungy jump and a t-shirt. If you want to purchase photos and the dvd on the day then that is an extra cost.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 9th May 12 at 13:39

Hi Emma to do just the Nevis Bungy it is $260. That includes the bungy jump and a t-shirt. If you want to purchase photos and the dvd on the day then that is an extra cost.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 9th May 12 at 15:08

i read that the minimum weight for this jump was 45kgs. i am just a tad over the 45kg mark. would i be alright to still do the jump?

Comment by: emma on 9th May 12 at 17:20

Hi Emma, if you are just over 45kg then you are fine to do the bungy. They way you on the day to double check so if there are any issues with your weight being too light on the day then they will advise whether or not you can jump.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 9th May 12 at 17:24

Hi, just wondering how much notice you guys require to book in a jump on the nevis bungy?

Comment by: brett on 12th Oct 16 at 17:12

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Hi

Does the last trip depart at 2pm or 3pm?

Cheers

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Hi there. It depends on the time of the year, but at the moment the last Nevis bungy jump trip in Queenstown departs at 3pm (you need to check in 30 minutes prior at the bungy centre in town).

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 3rd May 12 at 13:13

Hi Would it be possible to do 2 solo Nevis bungy jumps and 1 tandem Nevis swing departing at 3pm late June early July?

Comment by: T King on 3rd May 12 at 13:45

Hi Tim. Yes you can both do a solo bungy and then a tandem swing if you book on the 3pm trip. You will each need to book the Swing & Bungy Combo option.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 3rd May 12 at 14:08

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Hi,

Do you guys do any kind of special combo if I wanna do bungy jumping + skydiving?
And is there any special price if there is more than 1 person?

Thanks!

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Hi Ignacio. There is a special combo that includes the Nevis Bungy jump and the tandem skydive in Queenstown in one day. Its called the Skydive & Bungy Combo. This combo does save you $ and there are no further discounts for multiple bookings.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 2nd May 12 at 13:41

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Hi!

I'd just like to enquire about availabilities for booking this jump.
I'm planning a trip to NZ in Aug this year, and thinking about doing this on the Weds 1st of Aug. .
Generally, how early do bookings need to be made in advance? I'm still trying to convince mates to join me and unsure about when and how many people to do it with at this stage..but worried about leaving it too last-minute.

Cheers, Sho

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Hi Sho. We recommend booking all activities in Queenstown and New Zealand at least a week or two in advance especially given you are wanting to book a group of you on the Nevis bungy during the middle of the busy winter season. I'd suggest booking as soon as you know how many poeple and which day and time you wish to jump. Also, as long as you provide us sufficient notice (at least 48 hours) we can change your booking to another day/time if requested at no cost.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 1st May 12 at 10:41

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Is it possible to book ahead of time but pay once you arrive?

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Hi Sarah. Unfortunately in order to confirm your spot you need to pay when you book. You can take the chance of turning up on the day at AJ Hackett in Queenstown but we can't guarantee there will be space on the day at the time you desire so we do recommend booking in advance.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 18th Apr 12 at 14:59

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Hi
My name is Eleanor George and I did the Nevis bungy on Friday 13th April (photo/video number 25). I didn't get the video or photos when I was there as I am running out of money but my mum has said she wants to buy them so I was wondering if the photos are still available?

Thanks,
Elle

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Hi Elle, you will need to contact AJ Hackett direct on bungycentre@bungy.co.nz. They will be able to locate your Nevis Bungy photos and video for you.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Nigel) on 16th Apr 12 at 15:31

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Can you jump in tandem or do you have to go by yourself?

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Hi Jessica. At the AJ Hackett Nevis bungy site in Queenstown you must jump solo, it is not possible to do a tandem bungy jump. If you wish to jump tandem (with a friend) then you can do so at the Kawarau Bungy or you can do the Nevis Swing (same location as the Nevis bungy) as a tandem.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 28th Mar 12 at 12:20

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How much are photos?

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Hi Emily. If you are doing the AJ Hackett Nevis Bungy in Queenstown the cost for the photo pack is $45 or if you want to include the dvd it is $80 all up.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 15th Mar 12 at 20:48

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I heard you run off the Roof. I looked at the photos but can't see how this would work. How do you get to the the roof?

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Hi Ron. You can't actually jump off the roof of the bungy pod at the Nevis bungy site in Queenstown. You can however jump off the roof at the Ledge bungy site which is also operated by AJ Hackett bungy and is located at the top of the Skyline gondola complex in town. If want to have a really awesome day then you can book the Thrillogy Combo which allows you to jump at all 3 bungy sites in Queenstown in the one day. Have fun!!

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 1st Mar 12 at 12:25

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Please can you advise where to purchase insurance for the Nevis bungee jump as my travel and health insurances do not cover this

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Hi Booton, tourists in New Zealand are actually covered by our national health system ACC so you are eligible to public health care for free should any injury occur to you while travelling in New Zealand.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 24th Jan 12 at 14:19

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Can you jump the 134m Nevis AJ Hackett bungy all year round?

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Hi Sam, yes you can jump the 134m Nevis AJ Hackett bungy anytime of year.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 16th Jan 12 at 17:44

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How many people can fit in the cable car out to watch the Nevis Bungy?

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Hi Shane, the cable car will take a maximum number of 6 people out to the pod where people jump for the Nevis Bungy.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 12th Jan 12 at 18:46

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do you take a movie or pics ?

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Hi Shai.
Yes, both video and photographs are taken of your Nevis Bungy jump with AJ Hackett in Queenstown. You can decide after your jump if you wish to purchase these. You may also want to consider booking the Nevis Bungy/Swing Combo which combines the Nevis bungy and the Nevis Swing and saves you money.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 29th Dec 11 at 12:29

Can you buy the videio and photos of your jump online after your jump or do you have to purchase them at the time in person?

Comment by: Sten Hakanson on 18th Jan 13 at 16:59

Hi Sten, yes if you decide you want your Nevis photos or videos after your jump then they will still be available to purchase and you will just need to make contact with the site by sending an email. 

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 18th Jan 13 at 17:42

How much is the photo and DVD package? For the bungy and swing?

Comment by: Jade harker on 27th Jul 14 at 18:38

Hi Jade. The Nevis bungy photo & video pack costs $80 and can be booked and paid for once you are on site.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 28th Jul 14 at 13:41

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