To say free falling from the sky is a rush is an understatement. Experience the exhilaration and adrenaline rush of skydiving, especially in a beautiful destination with awe-inspiring views. If you’re looking for an overseas adventure to satiate your need for thrills, check out the following skydiving hotspots. Beware though, you may just end up being addicted to that indescribable surge of excitement.
Zion National Park, Utah
Zion National Park in Utah is one of the most striking locations for skydiving, and it’s even more breathtaking from above when falling at terminal velocity. You’ll catch spectacular views in every direction. Skydiving staff will provide expert training for beginners who will learn how to control rolls and turns as well as how to pull their own ripcord. Skydivers can start their free fall at 14,000 feet.
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