David’s life lacks adventure. He travels from his bed to his desk at work, and then he travels back to his bed. He’s begun to grow lonely, for no woman can love a man with such bland taste. He looks in the mirror directly into his own eyes and notices that it is as if his eyes have no life behind them. It was time for an adventure. Sigh.
It was then that he looked out of the window. A picture-perfect sunset – orange, red, and pink clouds on an adventure of their own hovering above the ground. David tried to catch a glimpse of the last bit of light that the sun offered. It was then that he spotted the plane.
“I know what I must do,” he said to himself.
Here are some tips on where to find the most scenic locations to go skydiving:
Best Skydiving Locations: The Swiss Alps, Switzerland
Travel around the world to Switzerland. Although they are mostly known for their cheese, the Swiss also produce one of the most scenic locations for skydiving. Snowcapped mountains span the horizon as far as the eyes can see. On top of that, it is one of the only places that allow you to jump out of a helicopter.
Best Skydiving Locations: Pocono Mountains, USA
Located right here in the beloved United States of America, the Northeast Pennsylvania Skydiving Center gives you the opportunity of free-falling above the lavish green Pennsylvania forests and fields, as well as witnessing the beautiful sunset over Sugarloaf Mountain. The NPSC is a well-known facility in part because it is co-owned by Don Kellner, who holds a world record of over 41,000 skydives.
Best Skydiving Locations: Queenstown, New Zealand
The “Adventure Capital of the World,” it is only fitting that Queenstown, New Zealand ends up on our list. Skydivers will witness a tall mountain range surrounded by the breathtakingly blue water of Lake Wakatipu.
Jump back to the lost, defeated David. He found himself looking at his reflection once again – only this time, it was in the window of a plane. His eyes narrowed and a sharp look of extreme determination spread across his face. His heart was pounding in his chest as the adrenaline began to course through his veins. He felt alive. The pilot could be heard yelling from the front of the plane, “It’s time! Go!”