Located roughly 55 miles south of Fortaleza along Brazil’s northeastern coast is Beach Park. It’s there that adrenaline junkies can ride Insano, the onetime tallest water slide in the world is roughly 140 feet tall.
Orlando is not just home to Disney World, but also the Wet ’n’ Wild Water Park. Brain Wash is a funneled ride that includes sound, videos, and lights...as well as a 53-foot vertical drop which will surely leave your heart racing far after you leave the slide.
Aqualoop is one of the fastest water slides in the world. This Slovenian water ride also features an exhilarating 360-degree loop that will undoubtably confuse your senses as you race to the bottom.
Erding, a town located just outside of Munich, includes a water park with a ride (Faser) that sends riders up to speeds of roughly 45 m.p.h.
Forget the fact at Disney’s Blizzard Beach’s Summit Plummet water slide shoots its riders down a free-fall at roughly 60 m.p.h., but thrillseekers can know their exact speed by attaching a speedometer to themselves.
Located in central Wisconsin, some 55 miles north of Madison, The Scorpion’s Tail at Noah’s Ark Waterpark will whip riders down a 400 foot slide in roughly 5 to 8 seconds.
From 60 feet in the air, thrillseekers will jet down an open-air slide and through a tube that’s surrounded by a shark-filled lagoon.