You’re never to old to jump down a bright blue slide filled with water and scream to your heart’s content until you reach the bottom. Thankfully, there are numerous wild water slides located in water parks and them parks around the world. The majority of these are located within easy reach of he United States, but many will require a trip to another country to enjoy the cool waters at the bottom of the slide. Don’t think, just jump down the tube and enjoy the ride.
The Leap of Faith water slide is located at Atlantis in the Bahamas. The slide features a 60-foot nearly vertical drop to the bottom that begins at the top of a Mayan Temple replica. If that doesn’t sound fun enough, then the see-through tunnel at the bottom of the slide brings you through the center of a shark-filled lagoon.
Riding down an inflatable emergency ramp from a plane doesn’t happen very often, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing either. However, a water slide at Evergreen Wings & Waves Waterpark in Oregon allows patrons to do just that. Dual water slides escape from an actual Boeing 747 passenger plane. It’s uniquely themed, though it isn’t the fastest around.