Sep 20 2007

Sky Dive

Sky Dive
For the ultimate adrenaline rush there is nothing quite like jumping out of a plane for a sky dive.

A typical jump involves jumping out of an airplane (but sometimes a helicopter or even the gondola of a balloon), from about 4000 metres (around 13,000 feet) altitude, and free-falling for 30 seconds to 1 minute before activating the parachute and floating back down to earth.

If you’ve never parachuted before, try a tandem skydive with a trained and experienced instructor who can help you make that first jump.

In the United States over three million people sky dive every year. So if you want a truly exhilarating experience that gives you the ultimate rush, give skydiving a go. Is it something you want to experience?

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