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Pricing Info: Per Person
Duration: 8 hours
Departs: Auckland, Auckland
Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted
Imagine the excitement of free-falling at a speed of 200+ km/hr with a spectacular and unique backdrop of both the east and west coasts of New Zealand. At 5,000ft, your parachute is opened and you slow to an extremely comfortable floating pace, allowing you to really take in the patchwork of emerald green fields and winding aqua waterways, peeking out from under the glorious, fluffy long white clouds. From high-adrenaline to relaxing pursuits, there’s something for every traveller. Head out to enjoy our Cellar Door & Lawn Bar experience with a visit to the Muriwai black sand beach.
Capture every moment of your experience in high definition, write a message on your hands, show off to your friends in freefall and get ready to change your profile picture!
5 minutes gently floating in parachute from 5000ft
Admission to 3 hours guided skydive adrenaline experience
All equipment included
Amazing views along the Auckland’s west coast Muriwai black sand beach.
Casual set tapas lunch at the Lawn Bar (pizzas and nibbles)
Certificate of your skydive
Complimentary cellar door wine tasting (4 wines)
Complimentary pick up and drop off from Auckland CBD
Complimentary refreshments and water on board
Enjoy amazing views of both East & West coastlines, rainforests, and beaches
Float above the Pacific Ocean and Tasman Sea
Free fall at speeds of 200+ kmph
Fully guided return transfers from Auckland
Lawn Bar and Cellar Door Experience
Shared platter and wine tasting at Cellar Door & Lawn Bar experience
The highest tandem skydive available in New Zealand
Visit to Muriwai black sand beach and gannet colony
Access to Wi-Fi on board for a small surcharge
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.
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