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Experience a natural high as you jump out of a plane from 20,000ft above Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers. Feel your adrenaline shoot up as you freefall for 85 seconds, followed by a few blissful minutes under the parachute. Admire views of snow-clad mountains, lakes and glaciers as you descend.
Elevate your heart rate as you dive off a plane from 20,000ft! After a safety briefing, you will board the aircraft for an exciting flight over the Southern Alps up to altitude. Once you've reached 20,000ft, you'll inch closer to the edge before leaping out of the plane with your instructor, freefalling from the sky at 200km/h for 85 seconds. The parachute will then be launched and you'll float peacefully to the ground for a few minutes. Admire unparalleled views of temperate rainforest, glistening toothy mountains, icy rivers, lakes and of course the dazzling Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers as you descend. It's a truly unique way to witness one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
Please allow 2-3 hours for the duration of this experience.
Surcharge may apply over weight 100kgs but it depend on weather.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
This is a weather dependant activity.
Please wear comfortable clothing. Jumpsuits, hats, goggles and gloves are provided. Glasses and contact lenses are permitted.
The provider does not allow participants to bring along personal cameras, GoPros, cell phones, and other photography equipment on their jumps due to safety and regulatory issues.
This experience takes place in Franz Josef.