Thursday, April 17, 2014

Zumanjaro Drop of Doom set to debut in spring 2014 at Six Flags Great Adventure! # Zumanjaro

Do you love adventurous thrill rides? Are you bored with ho hum roller coasters, have you done it all? Well you have never experienced Zumanjaro!



It’s official. Coming in 2014, Six Flags Great Adventure will introduce Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom, a brand new record-breaking drop ride feature breathtaking views, impressive heights, astonishing speeds, stomach-tightening drops, and an adrenaline rush like no other. It will be the tallest drop tower in the world, lifting riders up 415 feet in the air and rocketing back down at 90 miles per hour.
           


First, your eight-person gondola will blast to the top of the 415-foot structure in approximately 30 seconds. You’ll pause for a moment to check out the aerial view of the park and anticipate the rapid heart-racing plummet coming up next. Everything soon becomes a blur as gravity pulls your gondola downwards at 90 miles per hour, reaching ground level again in less than 10 seconds—before you even have time to scream.

 The three soaring Zumanjaro towers will share their structure and be built on the face of the record-breaking Kingda Ka coaster. As you rise and fall along the vertical track, the Kingda Ka steel trains will be thundering around the track at 128 miles per hour at the same time.

 Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom was inspired by the African theme of Safari Off Road Adventure, last summer’s new attraction that created the world’s largest theme park. While waiting to board Zumanjaro, guests will pass an all-new animal area, where they can watch native African Anubis baboon play and interact in their habitat.

To make room for the newest addition to Six Flags Great Adventure, we must bid farewell to a classic. Rolling Thunder, our classic wooden coaster, will close to the public on September 8 to help make way for construction of the new ride. New technological advances and preferences have created a new generation of thrill rides, and Rolling Thunder’s popularity has decreased over the years. Be sure to tackle this coaster’s 85-foot drop and 10 dipping hills before it slips into history.


World’s Tallest drop ride! 41 stories tall!
Plummet 90mph
30 Second White-Knuckle assent!
You can see the Philadelphia skyline when at the top!
What else could a thrill seeker ask for?

The extreme Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom is set to debut in spring 2014.

Are you ready to take on this all-new drop ride?



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4 comments:

  1. I am already terrified!! I am not a big ride person by my husband would love it! He's a total adrenaline junky.

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  2. I so want to go! My kids aren't old enough yet but once they are I'm totally planning a trip.

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  3. Oh , wow. That looks so super fun!! I LOVE scary rides. The hard part is always finding someone brave enough to go on them with me!

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