Rap Jumping in KwaZulu-Natal North Coast

Rap Jumping in KwaZulu-Natal North Coast.

Rap jumping is a crazy new adrenalin sport making its way into the South African dare-devil scene. Usually the preserve of military personal and stunt-performers, it is a fast and wild descent on a fixed rope in a standing position while facing the ground. This is abseiling’s big brother. It’s a lot of fun but it’s not suitable for the faint hearted!

Rap jumping is bringing thrills to KwaZulu-Natal North Coast where you can have a go at this…

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Rap Jumping in KwaZulu-Natal North Coast
Rap Jumping in KwaZulu-Natal North Coast

Rap Jumping in KwaZulu-Natal North Coast.

Rap jumping is a crazy new adrenalin sport making its way into the South African dare-devil scene. Usually the preserve of military personal and stunt-performers, it is a fast and wild descent on a fixed rope in a standing position while facing the ground. This is abseiling’s big brother. It’s a lot of fun but it’s not suitable for the faint hearted!

Rap jumping is bringing thrills to KwaZulu-Natal North Coast where you can have a go at this activity as part of a day of rope-based entertainment in beautiful surroundings. How about a rap jump down the sheer face of a dam wall, a building or a large granite dome? This face down counter-intuitive leap of faith is a fool proof way to ensure an adrenaline rush! That said, even though your brain will have a hard time believing it, you will be safely harnessed in and supervised by expert adventure guides throughout the experience.

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KwaZulu-Natal North Coast | Rap Jumping - Spirit of Adventure - Rap Jumping

Spirit of Adventure - Rap Jumping at Shongweni Game Reserve near Durban. If you have done abseiling before you know that it is a great activity to do, if you’re feeling a bit braver and want a bit more of an adrenaline rush, then give the rap jumping a try. Strapped in with all the necessary equipment including harnesses, helmets and gloves you are able to literally run down the dam wall. is...