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You’re in great hands with our friendly award-wining team and stellar safety record. Enjoy a scenic flight climbing to altitude-then the door opens! Nothing can prepare you for the sheer exhilaration and adrenalin you’ll feel as you free fall at 200kmh for over 60 seconds! Skydive over paradise at 16,500ft, one of the highest in New Zealand. You’ll see both islands, soar over 3 national parks, golden beaches, turquoise oceans and snow-capped mountains. .Once your parachute opens, gently fly or add a few spins to get back down to earth. Best Skydive value!
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Skydive Abel Tasman
South Island ▷ Nelson Region ▷ Motueka
Sunrise to sunset except Christmas Day.
Showing 8 reviews of 96.
Amazing view of the Abel Tasman and Nelson.
Very professional set up, very friendly staff, very good safety introduction and overall a costly but definitely worthy experience in an extremely beautiful surrounding.
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Fair prices, cool guides, very nice landscape, DVD and pictures are too expensive.
Joel and Flora Holzer
Friendly staff, good introduction on how to jump, no unnecessary waiting time, really cool video and amazing jump. The price is higher than in Taupo.
Amazing experience! Had an amazing view! Little bit expensive, but worth the money!
Awesome experience if you go for the first time. Just did not like the child-like treatment beforehand.
It was the best skydive experience in my life. It was perfectly organised, very friendly and professional staff. I would highly recommend to choose Skydive Abel Tasman if you want to skydive in New Zealand.
It was the BEST day of my life! The staff are so friendly, the organisation perfect, perfect!! I would make the jump there again! The experience we had so far in New Zealand.