What is the Insano water slide?

What is the Insano water slide?

Located in the largest water park in all of Latin America, Insano stands just over 134 feet tall and riders, without the use of a float or other some apparatus, slide on their backs down a dramatic 14-story drop while reaching a maximum speed of up to 65 mph.

Is Insano still open?

The Beach Park is open year-round with different closing dates in every month. The park hours are from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can check the opening hours on the official website.

Is the Insano water slide closed?

A 17-story-high water slide in Kansas City, which is billed as the world’s tallest, is going to be torn down after a 10-year-old rider was killed in August. The ride – called Verrückt, the German word for insane — has been closed since Caleb Thomas Schwab’s death.

Is verruckt still standing?

Verrückt permanently closed in 2016 following a fatal incident involving the decapitation of a ten-year-old boy.

What really happened to Caleb Schwab?

Caleb Schwab was decapitated in 2016, when the raft he was riding on the Verruckt waterslide went airborne and hit a metal pole supporting a safety net at the Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas City, Kan. Two women who were in the raft with the boy were injured.

Is verruckt closed?

August 7, 2016

How tall is the Insano water slide in Brazil?

Towering over the landscape at a whopping 41 metres high, it is the equivalent of a 14-storey building. Insano has been listed in the Guinness Book of World Records and brave riders plummet down the slide at a nerve-shredding speed, reaching around 65 miles an hour.

Can you go down the Insano water slide head first?

For safety reasons Insano only allows travel in a single position – on your back with arms and legs crossed. However with such hair-raising speeds it is hard to imagine this would be a problem for most as it is unlikely many would want to plunge down head first.

Which is the deadliest water slide in the world?

Here are some of the most deadliest and breathtaking water slides around the world. 1. Summit Plummet, Florida is the tallest and fastest themed slide at 120 foot slope with a reaching speed of 60 mph. 2. Leap of faith, Atlantis has a 60 foot drop into a lagoon of sharks.

Are there any water slides that are scary?

Atop a 10 story tower, riders will have the floor drop out from beneath them, sending them into chutes that bring them through wild twists and turns. It’s not just the height, but the twists and turns make first among many scary water slides. 11. Master Blast at Atlantis Palm Resort in Dubai