Save up to 55% on rappel jumping or sand-boarding for one or two people with Pure Rush
- Save up to 55% on rappel jumping or sand-boarding for one or two people
- Groupon valid for three rappel jumps down a twenty story building or a five-hour day of sand-boarding
- Trained and friendly professionals
- Sand-boarding runs every Saturday and Sunday
- Rappelling will run on the 25 March, 22 April and 27 May
- Ideal as a gift
Since the dawn of time, mankind has been doing all sorts of crazy things like hopping their car through flaming loops or attempting to saddle up an angry hippopotamus just to catch a burst of adrenaline. Rather than attempt something crazy like bungee-jumping over a crocodile-infested river, get your kicks the safer way and save up to 55% on rappel jumping or sand-boarding for one or two people with Pure Rush.
- Pay R125 for an afternoon of sand-boarding for one person, valued R250
- Pay R125 for three rappels down a twenty story building for one person, valued at R250
- Pay R225 for an afternoon of sand-boarding for two people, valued R500
- Pay R225 for three rappels down a twenty story building for two people, valued at R500
Though people advocate many ways to catch a burst of adrenalin, the adventure enthusiasts at Pure Rush know that illegally downloading music and un-alphabetizing your music collection won’t necessarily cut it. With a highly-trained team of professionals to take you under the metaphorical wing and keep you under their watchful eye, you can enjoy a taste of some real adventure.
The sand-boarding is similar to snow-boarding, using gravity to power your downward-sloping glee – without having to worry about South Africa’s usual lack of frosty ice flakes. With both feet firmly strapped to a board – or not – try your hand at surfing down the sandy dunes without pulling the land-loving Neptune Cocktail. With five hours to much about with, you could probably get your technique down and practice some of the impressive tricks you’ve probably seen on the television.If getting sand in strange places doesn’t sound like your cup of tea, aspiring altitude-defiers can try their hand at rappelling. Definitely not an experience for the faint-hearted, rappelling essentially involves descending head-first down a vertical surface – namely a twenty-story building – with a belayed rope that is passed under one thigh and over the opposite shoulder or through a device that provides friction. Perfect for adrenalin junkies and those looking for a new experience to add to their bucket list, Pure Rush provides just what it says on the tin.