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Best Skydiving Views in the World

Besides the adrenalin rush, the victory over fear, and completing the bucket-list, skydiving is also popular because of the spectacular view that it gives.


Skydive is quite new in Dubai, but it has already proven to be one of the best diving zones in the world. With The Palm Drop Zone, you can see the famous Burj Al Arab hotel and Burj Khalifa, which is the tallest building on Earth, as well as the beautiful Arabian Sea.


Swiss Alps

Lauterbrunnen gives you wonderful views of waterfalls, green fields, and glacial lake from high above the Earth. According to skydiving experts, this is one of the best places where you can experience a 60-second free falling where nothing else in the world matters.


Empuriabrava, Spain

Go northeast of Barcelona and skydive high above the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrenees mountains. This is one of the best drop zones in Europe.


Great Barrier Reef, Australia

As the highest tandem drop of Australia, Skydive Cairns give you a birds eye view of the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics of Queensland, which are both UNESCO heritage sites.


Pocono Mountains, USA

Northeast Pennsylvania Skydiving Center offers you a view of Sugarloaf Mountain and the green Pennsylvania forest.

Queenstown, New Zealand

NZONE Skydive offers you a view of the third largest lake in New Zealand, the mirror-like Lake Wakatipu from a height of 15,000 feet above the ground.


Cape Town , South Africa

Skydive Cape Town gives you a spectacular view of the Table Mountain at the Mother City near the Cape Winelands. You will also have a view of the South African coastline and the Cape Agulhas, which is right in the middle of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans.


Florida Keys, USA

Skydive Key West gives you a panoramic view of the Gulf of Mexico as well as the Atlantic Ocean.


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