Top 10 Craziest Waterslides in the World
As you whip around through narrow plastic tube with water splashing you on all sides leading you to 100 foot drop you just might find yourself experiencing the most electrifying moment of your next vacation.

Dan Taylor | Jul 18, 2018

As you whip around through narrow plastic tube with water splashing you on all sides leading you to 100 foot drop you just might find yourself experiencing the most electrifying moment of your next vacation. There are many places to go and things to see but nothing beats the adrenaline rush that one gets from a waterslide. Here's a list of the 10 craziest waterslides you can find. Go on and conquer them!

1. Ridehouse

People flipped when they found out that the Beijing National Aquatics Center would be turned into a theme park. Excitement was through the roof. Ridehouse is China's first water theme park and is booming with waterslides, pools, jellyfish, and water cannons. It literally has anything you could ever hope for when it comes to water and fun.

2. Toboggan

This is Sicily's greatest water attraction yet. It consists of eleven slides that plummet off a cliff on the cost of the island. form Sicily's most scenic water attraction, which runs down a cliff on the northwest coast of the island. The slide passed goes through three decks and splash you into both pools and the Mediterranean Sea.

3. King Cobra

It's so fitting for a waterslide to be named after the world's longest snake. This waterslide lives up to just that. It was made to look like a giant cobra with yellow and orange scales and will you to plummet at up to 30 miles per hour. The rides last thrill? A 25-foot straight drop.

4. Wild Vortex

Here is another amazing water feat for adrenaline junkies. The Wild Vortex is a 60 feet tall and drops you at a 40 feet free fall in seven seconds via a trap door. The rush you get will be intense.

5. Behemoth Bowl

This one isn't a solo slide. You take this one on with a four-person raft and speed down it at 30 feet per second. Riders plunge down am almost 300-foot-long-tunnel and drop into the world's largest bowl. It spins you, splashes you, and shoots you out.

6. Insano

Brazil's monster waterslide is one of the biggest in the world. It is over 130 feet tall and has a 14 story drop going at over 60 miles per hour. Be prepared to wait in line for this one though. Over a half million riders line up for Insano each year.

7. Wiegand Maelzer Slide Tower

The Wiegan Maelzer Slide Tower is stainless-steel 90 foot twoer and sits at the side of a lake. Once on top riders can choose between 5 separate waterslides to go down. One includes a jump at the end.

8. Leap of Faith

This slide is an exact replica of a Mayan temple and is over 60 feet tall. The plunge is heart pounding but it's the drop into the shark infested lagoon that makes this stand out.

9. Mammoth

The Mammoth lives up to it name. It's massive at over 7 stories high and it covers over 3 acres. It might not be the tallest waterslide, but it is definitely the longest. On this ride six people get on a raft that throw them down hill into dark and narrow channels below.

10. AquaDuck

This waterslide is know as "the Duck." It is the first water coaster to be on a boat. It's over 700 feet long and 4 decks high. It rides along a Disney cruise ship and sends riders on a raft down a loop powered by water jets.

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