Take a ride down the world's tallest water slide in Brazil, then ride a monster tube that throws you down 3 stories in 12 seconds in Texas. Finally, in Germany, race down a slide built for speed with the world's fastest slider.
See the Insano, a 65-mph slide in Brazil. Then in Vermont, the world's largest, indoor, near-vertical looping slide. Finally, take a ride on Edmonton's Center of Gravity, the world's only indoor bungee jump into water - a terrifying leap of 10 stories.
Xtreme Waterparks: Getting Wet in Malaysia takes you to a 70-degree drop that is terrorizing the south, we get you wet in the world's first 5D water ride, take you to a 6-story slide that blasts riders down in a heart-stopping 15 seconds and more!
Xtreme Waterparks: Getting Wet in Summer Camp visits the fastest waterslide loop on Earth in Switzerland, America's only ski ramp inspired "slip and fly" in Ohio; a $1.2 million dollar, 360-degree rush in Alabama and more.
Ride the world's most extreme water rides. From a slide deep in the jungles of Costa Rica, to plunging 90-feet down a near vertical drop into a shark tank in Thailand, to the world's tallest and fastest waterside in Kansas -- we're counting down the world's best water rides.
Go behind-the-scenes of the making of the world's tallest water slide - Schlitterbahn's Verruckt in Kansas City, KS. At 168-feet, 7 inches, Verruckt is the Guinness World Record holder for the tallest water slide on the planet.