Do you love that adrenaline rush and thrilling experience of those few seconds when you're in the air, when you close your eyes and feel the air as it sweeps along your face, when the time stops and when there's only you, just you and nothing else and it really makes you feel alive.
So come to these cliff jump sites and experience your real inner self, experience the shock of hitting the surface of the water at high speed. As Danny Kaye said, "You must take a journey into yourself." So let's dive into the abyss and overcome our fears because someone once said, "Getting close to the death is the only way to feel alive."
So, let's check out these terrifying cliffs which will send chills down your spine.
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Wang long bay is a hidden island in the mountains of Phi Phi island. It's famous for its high cliffs and quietness.
Navagio Beach, commonly referred as "Smuggler's Cove" is located in Zakynthos Island - one of the most beautiful islands of Greece. Navagio is famous for its base jumping location.
The highest cliff at Poco Do Diabo is 85 feet heigh, and will give you goosebumps even looking down from there.
The area of Ponte Brolla is quite familiar with cliff divers. It is also home to an annual event for cliff divers which takes place in the month of July.
With the crystalline blue sea and high cliffs, Porto Venere is an ideal place for cliff divers.
Located in Western Australia, Kimberley is famous for one of the most dangerous spot for cliff diving.
If you really want to rush your adrenaline to the fullest, then come to this breathtaking cliff diving destination.
Acapulco is home to La Quebrada - one of the most famous groups of professional cliff divers.
Mazatlan is also referred as El Clavadista. Here diver jumps into the shallow water from the cliff of height 50 feet.
Lake Wolfgangsee, one of the most beautiful lakes in Austria and also a perfect spot for cliff diving with cliffs ranging from 18 feet to 90 feet.
These were the most terrifying cliffs of the world. Do you have any inputs? Tell us in the comment box.