Insano Slide

These are the stomach churning pictures of the worlds TALLEST water slide. Towering over the landscape at a whopping 41 meters high, it’s the equivalent to a 14 story 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 over 100 km/h. The Brazilian beach park website describes the Insano as, the most extreme equipment of this type on the planet.

These are the stomach churning pictures of the worlds TALLEST water slide. Towering over the landscape at a whopping 41 meters high, it's the equivalent to a 14 story 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 over 100 km/h. The Brazilian beach park website describes the Insano as, the most extreme equipment of this type on the planet.

These are the stomach churning pictures of the worlds TALLEST water slide. Towering over the landscape at a whopping 41 meters high, it's the equivalent to a 14 story 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 over 100 km/h. The Brazilian beach park website describes the Insano as, the most extreme equipment of this type on the planet.

These are the stomach churning pictures of the worlds TALLEST water slide. Towering over the landscape at a whopping 41 meters high, it's the equivalent to a 14 story 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 over 100 km/h. The Brazilian beach park website describes the Insano as, the most extreme equipment of this type on the planet.

These are the stomach churning pictures of the worlds TALLEST water slide. Towering over the landscape at a whopping 41 meters high, it's the equivalent to a 14 story 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 over 100 km/h. The Brazilian beach park website describes the Insano as, the most extreme equipment of this type on the planet.