The American adventurer, Nick Wallenda , walked over volcano on a wire suspended at a distance of 1,800 feet .
Not a movie from Hollywood, Adventure has already happened, host of ABC .
The American adventurer, Nick Wallenda , managed to walk on a wire suspended over an active volcano at a distance of 1,800 feet, as first adventurer, in the world to embark on an adventure like this and succeed in it.
Because Wallenda is part of the seventh generation of the wire-walking family, whose outrageous stunts have brought fame and tragedy to the family.
Wallenda ended his adventure over the active “Masaya” volcano in Nicaragua, within two hours.
The adventure was live on a program called “Volcano live with Nik Wallenda”.
So Wallenda said “It was amazing, In the first half of the walk I could see lava rising in the volcano below … it was exciting “.
And Wallenda explained that it was difficult to predict winds, and that the burning gases emitted from the volcano burned his eyes, despite wearing a gas mask.
Wallenda previously set a world record in the Guinness World Records last summer, when he walked a distance of 1808 feet , on a rope suspended 30 feet above a Canadian city in just thirty minutes.
He also walked 28 floors above the famous (Time) Square, and above Niagara Falls at an altitude of 170 feet for a distance of 1,800 feet, and faced what he described as a “terrifying waterfall roar and thick fog.”