Next Episode of Xtreme Waterparks is
Season 6 / Episode 16 and airs on 02 July 2017 21:00
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.
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.
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.
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.
Take a spin on the world's tallest raft ride in Venice, Italy. Then try out the Master Blaster in Texas, a ride that revolutionized water coaster technology. Finally, in Costa Rica, the only slide in the world that runs through a rainforest.
See the world's largest indoor waterpark located in a blimp hangar in Germany. Then, cruise the world's longest water ride in San Antonio. And in Denver, take a ride that sends you back to the prehistoric ages.
Ride the tallest halfpipe in the world at Aquatica in Texas. Then slide, dive and swing into New Jersey's Mountain Creek Waterpark. Finally, brave the world's only double looping water slide at Wave Water World in Austria.
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