Check out the Most INSANE Water slides In The World! From the fastest to the tallest waterslides in the world, this top 10 list of unbelievable water parks will absolutely amaze you! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "REAL Mermaid Sightings Around The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/ChM0CBRmVsM Watch our "10 Sea Monsters ATTACKING A Boat!" video here: https://youtu.be/0XROvoPCDNc Watch our "STRANGEST Animals People Keep As Pets!" video here: https://youtu.be/OMa96nPqz-Y 11. KING COBRA - NEW JERSEY, U.S. The King Cobra water slide is located at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Jackson, New Jersey. This is a very unique water slide that features two “dueling slides.” At the top of the ride is a figure eight that the rider goes around before dropping 25 feet and reaching speeds of over 30 miles per hour! 10. INSANO - BRAZIL The Insano, which is located in Fortaleza, Brazil, lives up to its name. This slide was once a world-record holder for the world’s tallest water slide at over 130 feet tall - that’s as tall as a 14-story building! The plunge is so steep that the ride is over in less than five seconds. It was built in 1989 and attracts thrill-seekers from all over the planet. 9. MASTER BLASTER WATER COASTERS - DUBAI The Master Blaster in the Atlantis The Palm Resort in Dubai is the world’s first uphill water slide. In Dubai, they love to manipulate nature and make it exactly how they want, and this resort is no different. It’s built on the Palm Jumeirah; a man-made island that looks like a huge palm tree! 8. THE SCORPION’S TAIL - WISCONSIN, U.S. This water slide is located in the 70-acre Noah’s Ark Water Park in Wisconsin Dells, the Waterpark Capital of the World. Noah’s Ark is also the biggest waterpark in America. 7. VERRUCKT - MISSOURI, U.S. The monstrously tall Verrückt in Kansas City, Missouri was one wild ride and once held a world record. At 168 feet high, the Verrückt was the world’s tallest water slide! It was as tall as a 17-story building, and there were 264 steps to reach the top. The steep drop catapulted riders to over 60 miles per hour. 6. HEAD-FIRST RACER, CHINA Everybody loves a good race, and when you combine that concept with a water slide, you’ve got something awesome on your hands. Located at the Chimelong Water Park in the Chinese province of Guangzhou, the Head-First Racer is a sight to see. With eight different tubes to choose from, racers can line up and race to the bottom! 5. VERTIGO – MSC PREZIOSA, MSC CRUISES Cruise ships are cool enough in the first place, but an insane water slide ON a cruise ship?! Now that is awesome, albeit a tad terrifying. A Mediterranean cruise through MSC Cruises on the luxurious MSC Preziosa offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ride one of the coolest, most inventive water slides in the world while surrounded by the open sea. 4. THE AQUALOOP AT BLUE BAYOU DIXIE LANDIN’ - LOUISIANA, USA The AquaLoop is a water slide that has a near vertical slide and an inclined loop. Imagine doing a full 360 degree loop on a water slide! Now, that’s cool! It’s located in the heart of Cajun country at the Blue Bayou Dixie Landin’ waterpark in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 3. SUMMIT PLUMMET - FLORIDA, U.S. Now, we all know that Disney World comes up with some amazing rides and water slides. Every kid in the US grows up wanting to go to Disney World, and with good reason. It’s one of the biggest, most advanced amusement parks in the world. 2. WORLD WATERPARK - ALBERTA, CANADA This indoor waterpark features plenty of slides and other exciting water-related attractions, including a surf simulator that shoots jets of water into a wave-like form so you can ride a board on it; a giant wave pool, and even a zip-line! Within the park, there are 15 active water slides, ranging from beginner to extreme levels of intensity. 1. EVERGREEN 747 - OREGON, USA When you think about water slides, airplanes probably don’t come to mind - understandable. However, the Evergreen 747 water slide at the Wings and Waves Waterpark in McMinnville, Oregon is based around a Boeing 747 airplane.