Skydiving, also called parachuting, is a sport in which athletes jump out of an airplane at a certain altitude and perform acrobatic movements in free fall.
It has a direct relationship to the how amazing your jump will be.
There are a bounty of shockingly beautiful drop zones in New Zealand, a ground zero for extreme sports and arguably the
top country in the world for skydiving, perhaps the most extreme sport of all.
A consistent favorite here is Fox Glacier, an 8-mile-long glacier located in the remote Westland Tai Poutini National Park
on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island.
With a long history as a hub for adventure sports, Interlaken continues to rank for many divers as one of the most
scenic drop zones in Europe. With views of Italy, France, Germany and Austria stretching out past the snow-capped peaks
of Jungfrau and the Matterhorn in the Alps, Interlaken skydiving is a thrill for beginners and experienced divers, too.
As you fall through the sky above Snohomish, Washington, your eyes might pop, but not from the winds that make a
falling skydiver’s cheeks and lips flap in the breeze. No, your eyes will pop from the sheer glory of the 360-degree panoramic view that
surrounds you, featuring Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker in the Cascades Mountain Range and the green San Juan Islands.
From mountain to sea, this drop zone is renowned for being one of the most gorgeous in the US.