So, you may know about "La Danza de los Voladores."
The ancient Mexican ritual consists of four to five people climbing up a 30-foot pole, and then launching themselves while still tied to the pole, slowly descending in a circular motion. There's usually one person standing at the top of the pole, playing and dancing with a flute and a drum.
While the ritual is known throughout Mexico, it's commonly associated with the Totonac people in Papantla, a city located in the state of Veracruz. The ritual was usually performed in an effort to ask the Gods to end a drought.
It's can be quite a terrifying experience for anyone fearful of heights. Luckily...