Big drops, bright colors, major speed – these attractions have it all, adrenaline-seekers! Get ready for an all-new season with a look at a few of our favorite thrills.
Hold on to your trunks, because we're taking you on an all-access, adrenaline filled ride on the wildest, over-the-top and exhilarating water rides in the world! From a high-speed, gravity defying water ride in Orlando, Florida to the world's tallest water slide in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, we're trotting the globe to reveal the most insane, nail-biting, and XTREME WATERPARKS.
Xtreme Waterparks: Getting Wet in the Jungle, barrels down the world's tallest trap door waterslide in Spain, plunge down a 100-foot homemade waterslide in Minnesota, visit Dubai's 130-foot, billion-dollar slide tower and much more!
Hold onto your swim trunks as we take on the world's only speed slide that thrusts riders into a tank of piranhas in Brazil. Then, we'll brave Abu Dhabi's Liwa Loop, and plunge 200 feet in only 4 seconds!
First, head to America's only 40-mph flat line slide. Then, get a look at the newest torture speed slide, which takes you from airborne to a crash landing in a matter of seconds. Finally, visit the only Hawaiian waterpark wild enough to make you ditch the beach.
First stop, "The Beast of the Middle East," a 9-and-a-half-story water slide in Dubai. Next, it's off to Virginia Beach for 4 monster slides with more than 1,200 feet of drops and loops. Finally, we venture to homemade island slides atop mountains in Maui.
Hold on as we take you to China's only water slide that shoots riders upside down. Next, a 300-foot slide drops riders into a Bahamian shark tank. Then, it's off to Wisconsin for the world's longest, fastest indoor water coaster.
First, Aqualoop in Louisiana, America's first quadruple racing loops slide! Then it's off to Long Island, NY for Cliff Diver hair-raising 8-story slide. Finally, in Augusta we're getting wet in the backyard on the Slip n' Soar.
Explore some of the most extreme waterparks in the world, from Stukas, a terrifying 60-mph waterside in Italy, to the Destroyer, a monstrous 300-foot-long homemade waterside in Vail, CO.
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.
Visit Area 47, an extreme waterpark playground at the base of the Austrian Alps. Then see what happens when a crazed ride operator tortures sliders on a 40 mph near-vertical drop on The Bomb Bay in Orlando. Finally, in Phoenix, 2 ASU co-eds ride the Constrictor.
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.