Jumping out of a plane almost always on your top in bucket list with traveling the world. Skydiving is getting more popular with extreme sports turning a one-time excitement into a weekend activity.
However what makes the jump most fabulous – is the most fantastic view, regardless of whether it be of soaring mountains, rambling tundra, or perfectly clear waters.
So you’ll unquestionably need to look at these top seven spots to go skydiving in the USA.
- Skydive Arizona.
The first most thing to welcome you to Skydive Arizona will be the sight of the on-campus wind tunnel within easy reach. Smack-dab in between Tucson and Phoenix, popping out of the flatness of the desert like a flower, the tunnel’s four thrumming tubes sing the melody of airflow from dawn to dusk.
That is the one reason that skydivers come to SDAZ (Skydive Arizona) from everywhere throughout the world to sharpen their skydiving chops. Skydivers from wintrier lands particularly value the opportunity to complete almost 10 jumps a day –with way-talented competitors – in the month of February.
- Anchorage, Alaska.
When you are hoping to book a dive, head towards the Arctic Circle may not be the primary thought that comes to mind. However Alaska – with snow surrounded mountains, huge glaciers, and unbelievable natural scenery – has the absolutely most diverse terrain in the country. A prime goal for outdoor activities, Alaska Skydive Center ascends over Denali National Park, North America’s most elevated peak, before dropping jumpers over the perfect waters of the Cook Inlet.
- Waialua, U.S.A. with Skydive Hawaii.
Think about the world’s one of the most beautiful drop zones you can take in the view from either 14,000, 18,000, or 20,000 feet above Hawaii’s North Shore. Tandem skydiving with Skydive Hawaii is the most secure way to experience skydiving for the first time. You’ll sail through the sky at 120 miles per hour enjoying the stunning views as you gently descend to earth with your instructor after a few minutes of instruction,
- Key West, U.S.A. with Skydive Key West.
As you float delicately down to earth over Key West, you’ll take in views of the Florida reefs, the Florida Keys, and the Gulf of Mexico, and make sure that you watch out dolphins or tropical birds below. And, all the instructors with Skydive Key West talk about safety first and calming your pre-jump fear. You’ll be feeling very confident that you’ll need to jump solo next time.
- Zion National Park, Utah.
Jumping out of a plane in Utah offers unbeatable views in every direction. But remember about the state’s awe-inspiring Zion National Park with its forest trails and steep red cliffs. The preserve beckons naturalists all year for biking, camping, hiking, and great climate. But because of Skydive Zion – which boasts an ideal safety record – Zion’s appeal can be experienced from a bizarre point of view: miles above the Earth.
- Skydive Tecumseh.
We think Skydive Tecumseh is one of the best-run and best-appointed spots to skydive in the USA. There are easter eggs abundance for experienced jumpers: for instance, Skydive Tecumseh’s “early bird loads.” Early bird tickets are sold at a discount and get the wheels up before 9:00 am, beginning your day off just right. Oh–and they’ve got a King Air, as well!
- Skydive Coastal Carolinas, North Carolina.
Ok, the beachside life. There might be numerous beachside dropzones on the planet, but there are a couple of champions – and in this, dear reader, is one of them.
Skydive Coastal Carolina’s specialty is the view. An immense, continuous vista of protected waterways, marshlands and historical towns, inexplicably devoid of the urban sprawl that tarnishes the beauty of another waterside DZs. When the day’s jumping is done, Skydive Coastal Carolinas offers its visitors plenty of landlubber fun. From our world-class facilities to our supreme group to our full-on enthusiasm for self-development, we’re where it’s at as far as skydiving in the USA is concerned.
Hope this list helps you but don’t just trust us, come on over to Jumptown and find it for yourself! Let us also know your experience in the comment section below.
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