You should check out some of the most insane waterslides in the world if you’re looking for something fun and different to do this summer. From the biggest waterslides to the scariest waterslides, we’ve got a waterslide on this list for almost everyone. Take a look at these 25 Most Insane Waterslides You Won’t Believe Exist.
Insano Water Slide
Many people love the thrill of going fast. How fast? How does zero to 65 miles per hour in less than 5 seconds sound? Look no further than the Insano Water Slide in Fortaleza, Brazil. This slide even made the Guinness Book of World Records.
One crazy drop seems like it would be enough, but what about two crazy drops? That’s exactly what happened on Verruckt, which actually means insane in German. In a multi-rider raft, thrill seekers were dropped 17 stories and then sent over a hump and then back down again. At 168 feet tall, this waterslide in Kansas is currently the world’s tallest. However, it’s been permanently shut down after a young 10 year old boy died on the ride.
This waterslide, found at Canada’s Magic Mountain Water Park in Moncton, New Brunswick, drops its riders 100 feet at speeds of 60 miles per hour.
Does 60 miles per hour seem to slow for you? Then this waterslide in Dubai is just for you as some riders have reached speeds of up to 80 miles per hour…and that’s after being dropped out of a trap door that opens beneath your feet while you wait in adrenaline-fueled terror.
Arguably the best part of any roller coaster is the big loops where you find yourself upside down. Why not experience this while on a waterslide? There are many water parks around the world that offer an aqua loop, such as Wet n’ Wild Gold Coast in Australia and Typhoon Texas Waterpark in Texas.
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