Skydiving in Rio de Janeiro gives you views of the city’s unmistakable landmarks such as the Christ the Redeemer and Sugarloaf mountain. A view most people only get to experience from a cable car or a hike up a hill.
Texel is the largest island of the West Frisian Islands in the north of the Netherlands. Jump out over the Scandinavian waters with spectacular views on a clear day.
This is a popular spot for seasoned skydivers, with regular competitions and exhibitions.
JUMP THE SWISS ALPS! Start off with a breathtaking 20-minute scenic flight over the Swiss Alps followed by a flip, barrel roll or straight jump out of the airplane. Enjoy the extreme 45-second freefall at 200km/h, followed by the fun and scenic canopy ride back to the ground.
The winter skydives can be fairly cold but so stunning. The summer can get pretty hot so maybe come for a skydive in summer!
Tyrol boasts spectacular mountain scenery in the beautiful alpine region which is perfect for skydiving and any skydiving enthusiasts. Dubbed as the “Country of the Mountains”, an apt description for the many mountains and valleys of the region.
One of twenty regions with white-pebble, cliff-backed bays along the Adriatic, Le Marche is a gem. With a bird’s eye vantage point, skydivers will have an awesome view of the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea.
A one of a kind city in Spain, Seville offers great nightlife, amazing food, and a rich history. It is also one of the must-try skydiving drop-zones for skydivers. Enjoy skydiving here with views of the oceans and sunny Andalusia.
An artificial archipelago in United Arab Emirates, Palm Jumeirah is now being known as one of the best skydiving destinations in the world. Dubai lives up to its reputation as an action-spots capital. Instead of mountains, glaciers or forests, skydivers will see the Persian Gulf and the whole of Dubai during their freefall.
One of the most spectacular regions in Russia opened for visiting foreigners in 1991. A skydiving experience here will most certainly be different from that one usually experience in the US and Europe. Skydivers will encounter volcanoes, as the peninsula has than 160 volcanoes, (29 of which are active), and is not for first-time divers.
Said to be the only skydiving drop zone in Southeast Asia, Pattaya is located about an hour from Bangk. Pickups from Bangk are available so there’s no problem going back to Bangk or other places you’ve rented an accommodation for.
The Great Barrier Reef claims the trophy for being the world’s biggest single structure made by living organi. This reef can be seen from outer space and is comprised of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands supporting a diversity of marine life. An extraordinary skydiving opportunity for those brave enough to try.