A Guideline In Skydiving
There are some people who prefer to use their free time to stay at home while others use their free time to do exciting activities the world has to offer. There are some people who enjoy being Mountain Skydivers and plunging to the ground at the highest speed possible. There are various positions a sky diver can be in when he free falls and each position will differ in speed. It has been recorder that the top speed a free diver has eve achieved is almost 900 kilometers per hour but if the diver remains in a certain position wherein the belly is parallel to the ground then he could only achieve a speed of about 200 kilometers per hour.
If you free fall at 14,000 feet, you are bound to hit the ground within a minute, but some divers can take up to five to 7 minutes depending on the position they have the whole time. There are so many sceneries you get to visit by foot but only very few people get to admire the beauty the world has to offer from thousands of feet off the ground.
It cannot be denied that things that are beautiful on the ground, will be even more beautiful above and that is why people would go the extra mile when diving and they would do it over a gorgeous scenery. There are some people who would go on tour of these places, enjoy it for about a day or two and then end up with nothing else to do. This is the very reason why several tourists spots are now offering sky diving activities for their tourists. Huge tourist diving spots are proven to be of a different level of beauty once it is seen from 13,000 feet above the ground. If you do your research,l yo will be surprised as to how many sky diving sites are out there.
There is a brief seminar you are going to have to take before you do your first dive and you cannot even dive alone since it is protocol that you do it with a professional sky diver first. There are people who are truly thrill seekers and do not hesitate to jump at all while other people would feel the nerves the moment the plane takes off and carries them 14,000 feet off the ground. Once you are good to go, the instructor will be the one to make the leap and then you start falling farther and farther from the aircraft.