9000 Ft Skydive with Taupo Tandem Skydiving

New Zealand's Best-Priced Skydive!

Your skydive begins with a scenic plane ride up to 9,000 ft. As you climb higher, you’re going to have a hard time comprehending the sheer size and beauty of Lake Taupo – the biggest lake in the Southern Hemisphere!

Once you’ve reached altitude, the doors will open, you’ll sit on the edge of the plane with your tandem master seated behind you, with each moment passing and bringing you closer to the big jump. As the anticipation starts building, your heart will start beating faster because of the excitement. Then the moment of truth arrives and you jump!

As you plunge from the plane into the fresh air, you’ll experience the best adrenaline rush of your life! Reaching speeds of up to 200km per hour, the thrill of freefall is something you’ll never forget.

After an insane 30 seconds of freefall - possibly the most intense 30 seconds of your life - you’ll then float back to earth with a relaxing parachute ride with your tandem master, arriving safely and soundly back at the drop zone. You’ll be buzzing long after your feet touch the ground.

Don’t forget to capture the moment with one of our awesome camera packages!

Please note our 9,000 ft jump is only available at 12.50pm each day. No other discounts or offers apply.

Book your jump with Taupo Tandem Skydiving to have the craziest time skydiving in New Zealand.

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Skydive Packages

Choose your 9,000 Ft Jump Skydive Package from the below options!

Skydive Only $ 199

  • 9000 Ft Skydive

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Skydive & Ace Package $ 338

  • 9,000 Ft Skydive
  • Free Buff
  • Selfie HD Video or Photos
  • Certificate of Completion

 

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    Skydive & Pro Package $ 378

    • 9,000 Ft Skydive
    • Free Buff
    • Selfie HD Video AND Photos
    • Certificate of Completion

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    With Danny Overeem as my instructor, an awesome experience on a beautiful clear day over Lake Taupo. Went for the 15000 ft "Legend" ...

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