Bungee jumping is an extreme sport in which people jump from higher ground such as a bridge with an elastic rope tied to their ankles to stop them from hitting the ground. The rope is designed to stretch, not break. When the rope has stretched all the way, the jumper bounces back up. When jumping they wear safety equipment like helmets and a harness.
Bungee started as the coming-of-age ceremony in a small village on South Pentecost Island in Vanuatu. The young men would jump from the top of a 30 meter high tree to demonstrate their courage as an adult. They tied jungle vines around their ankles so that they would not hit the ground.
Modern bungee jumping began when four British men jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. In 1987 A.J.Hackett became world famous when he jumped from the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Later he set up the Kawarau Bridge in New Zealand, with a height of 47 meters, as a commercial bungee jumping area. People could pay money for the fun of jumping.
In Kenya test you adrenaline with a bungee jump in Sagana along the Tana river banks
Swara Plains Acacia Camp! Just 35 minutes from Jomo Kenyatta International airport or 36 Kms from Nairobi, come and escape the city hustle and bustle on this beautiful piece of unspoiled Africa. Continue reading
20th October 2016, my kids and I get ready and ensure we are at the Nyeri Post Office building at 8.00am to meet up with a group of friends and their family for a day’s excursion at the Aberdares National Park located within Nyandarua and Nyeri County and covers an area of 766km square. Continue reading
Welcome to our Travel & News for this month, we are finally in the last quarter of the year. Planning of parties, family get together and holiday travels are in full gear.. If you are not started this is the time to make those thoughts a reality. Emirates are offering up to 20% discounts for travel to almost all their destinations as long as tickets are purchased by October 15, 2016 don’t be left out!!!!!
Wishing you a fantastic month, thank you for being our clients we truly appreciate you. Continue reading
Our 3rd edition is here, it’s been an exciting month of July for the tourism industry with UNCTAD bringing over 7,000 delegates to Kenya. Next month we look forward to host the 6th TICAD summit bringing over 2,000 delegates. A special thank you to you our clients we appreciate you. Continue reading
Welcome to the 2nd edition of the A Plus newsletter. First we would like to specially thank all the clients we have served in the month of June, thank you.
We also take this early opportunity to wish you Idd Mubarak… Continue reading
It’s with great pleasure we share with you the 1st A Plus news page. A Plus has grown in leaps and bounds thanks to our clients and suppliers support. A special thank you to our clients and suppliers who have partnered with us for over the 14 years we have been in operation, it’s been an honour. Continue reading