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Skydive over Abel Tasman from up to 16,500ft, one of the highest in New Zealand. See both islands, soar over 3 national parks, turquoise oceans, and snow-capped mountains. It's just Epic!

You can choose to include a personalised photography package.  A camera person will assigned just for you; and film the entire experience including free fall. They hang outside the plane to capture your exit moment and free fall with you. They can hold hands and fly with you. When you land, they'll be there to capture the smile on your face! Our camera teams are produce the highest quality skydive photo and video package individually edited just for you.
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Skydive Abel Tasman
Overview
Experience an adrenaline rush like no other on this tandem skydive over new Zealand’s South Island. Hop into your aircraft and take to the skies for breathtaking views over New Zealand’s spectacular national parks, peaks and coastline. When you reach your 3,962-meter (13,000-foot) altitude, leap from the plane and enjoy around 40 seconds’ freefall with your instructor in tandem. Then, pull the chord to open your chute and float gracefully to terra firma! Upgrade your tour to start your skydive at 5,029 meters (16,500 feet) in the air.
Highlights
  • Tandem skydive experience over New Zealand’s South Island
  • Fly to an altitude of 3,962 meters (13,000 feet) then leap into the void with your tandem partner
  • Enjoy panoramic views over New Zealand’s South Island from the skies
  • Enjoy around 40 seconds of freefall
  • Upgrade your tour to start your skydive at 5,029 meters (16,500 feet)
  • Tour includes pickup and drop-off from your hotel in Nelson or Motueka
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Reviewed 16 August 2018
Amazing skydive!

Such an epic day! the staff were great and always made me feel calm considering i was about to jump out of a plane at 16500ft! the views were truly beautiful and the experience as a whole is amazing! highly highly recommend abel tasman for...More

Thank U4444LAtom
Reviewed 1 July 2018
Skyding is the best feeling in the world

This place is amazing, the view from the abel tasman and the mountain that you can see further up is stunning. You should book it a few days before and book it the first day that you stay around abel tasman if they cancel it...More

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Reviewed 24 April 2018
Definitely book your skydive here!

The skydive in Motueka is definitely one of the better places. Not so many companies take you up to 16500 ft, so that is a big plus. Ofcourse the view is beautiful (duh, it's New Zealand!), but also are you able to see both islands...More

Thank Anne D
Reviewed 23 April 2018
Two first timers want to go again!

Cheers to all staff working here. Service could not be any better. From moment one we entered we were treated like kings, everyone was very friendly and they loved wat they are doing. My instructor was Ethan who made sure I had a good time...More

Thank Dieter J
Reviewed 18 March 2018
Excellent customer service from start to finish!

I had an utterly mind-blowing experience with Skydive Abel Tasman! Could not be more satisfied with the whole thing. On top of having an out of this world skydive experience, the customer service here is incredible. Every member of the crew was so supportive and...More

Thank Jonathan M
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