Many people have a bucket list of the things they want to do before they reach a certain age. Skydiving makes an appearance on these lists quite often, and for good reason. There has always been a certain allure to the idea of flying through the air, and what better way to give yourself that magical feeling, along with a good rush of adrenaline, than skydiving? Whether you’re a seasoned skydiver, or planning that first jump, skydiving in a location with great scenery will make that jump even more memorable. Here are eight great locations to consider while planning your skydiving trip.
New Zealand is considered the adventure capital of the world, due to the numbers of people who participate in extreme sports here. The natural beauty of the scenery is stunning, and includes the Tasman Sea, lakes and glaciers. The many top notch instructors and facilities available here will make sure that you have the best skydiving experience possible, regardless of your skill and comfort level.
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