Remember that epic scene in James Bond: GoldenEye with the amazing bungee jump? That was shot in the Verzasca Dam and now you can recreate it!
That scene from the James Bond film GoldenEye made the Verzasca Dam and the bungee jump from it one of the world's most famous jumps. In Ticino, Switzerland you'll be able to jump from a height of 220 m right into the void in Verzasca Dam.
Slip into agent 007's shoes and experience the amazing rush that bungee jumping can offer. You can even share this experience with your partner, family or friends!
Depending on your level of experience (whether you've already done bungee before), you can jump in the traditional way: head first (first timers) or with your back facing the drop (experienced jumpers)! Your feet will be attached to a large elastic band and strapped to a security harness. Also, a jumpmaster and outdoor specialists will be with you so make sure everything goes as plan and you can jump in complete safety.
By the way, jumping from the Verzasca Dam is considered one of the best stunts ever!
The jumping site on the Verzasca dam is open seasonal, from the Easter weekend through to the end of October every Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
During the summer school holidays in July and August, it's open from Wednesday through to Sunday, afternoons.
For groups of 5 persons and more, special openings during the above mentioned season can be organised.
For night jumps, a minimum of 10 jumpers is required.Activity requirements
All participants must weigh between 45 kg. and 115 kg.
There is no minimum age limit but the minimum weight is a requirement. Minors must have their parents consent.
Participants 65 and older need to provide a medical certificate.
Participants with the following health conditions are explicitly excluded from bungy jumping:
- High blood pressure
- Heart disorders
- Musculoskeletal damages
- Neurological disorders
- Inner ear problems Special terms
Please arrive at the meeting spot at least 10 min. before your scheduled jump.
No personal camera will be allowed during the jump for safety reasons.
Weather conditions can affect your jump.