Face your fears from 10,000ft on this tandem skydiving experience in Zadar.
Embrace the rush as you freefall over the stunning Croatian coastline on this epic tandem skydiving experience. Climbing to an exit altitude of 10,000 feet means your freefall will last a full minute! The ultimate adrenaline rush at speeds of over 250kpm, leave your inhibitions back at the airbase and experience what altitude really feels like – falling over stunning scenery in Kornati and Paklenica National Parks.
The airbase is situated at Zadar airport, a 20-minute drive from the port and old town of Zadar. Situated on the Dalmatian coastline, Zadar is an ancient Mediterranean city. Rich in human and natural history, it is neighboured by 3 nature reserves – Telašćica, Velebit and Vransko jezero and 5 National parks – Paklenica, Plitvice lakes, Kornati Islands, Krka and Sjeverni Velebit – making it one of Croatia’s most popular tourist destinations.
Meet your jumpmaster at the airbase near Zadar for this tandem skydiving experience. A two-hour activity, before your first skydiving experience you will start off with a detailed safety briefing where you will gear up with a flight suit and goggles before heading to the plane. After a beautiful 20 minute panoramic flight above the National parks Kornati and Paklenica, you will reach a skydiving altitude of 3500 meters - falling at speeds of 200 – 220 kph for up to 45 seconds. Speed diving over the Adriatic Sea and Velebit Mountain, your jumpmaster will pull the ripcord and you’ll enjoy a quiet and peaceful 5 – 7-minute parachute flight – with views of the Dalmatian coast and National Parks. Performing a soft landing on the beach, you will be transported back to the airbase where your adventure will end.
Tandem skydiving takes place in the airspace above Pag Island, landing is on the beach drop zone located in the middle of two National parks. Due to the scenic location of this drop zone, spectators are required to wait at the airbase and cannot join jumpers in the aircraft.
Subject to weather restrictions.