Experience one of the most scenic skydives on the planet with an adrenaline pumping 15,000ft tandem jump!
Feel the anticipation build as you climb 15,000ft above the scenic wonderland that is Queenstown - The adventure capital of New Zealand.
Immerse yourself in outstanding 360 degree views of the snow capped mountains, dramatic glaciers, stunning lakes and mighty rivers that form one of the most picturesque places on the planet.
Upon reaching 15,000ft, its time to take the leap of faith and jump out of the plane with your instructor for what can only be described as the adrenaline rush of a lifetime!
Freefall at speeds of up to 200kph before the chute opens and then enjoy the smooth float over NZ's alpine paradise.
Adrenaline, exhilaration and pure New Zealand beauty - an adventure that is simply not to be missed!
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