Seeing the world with a bird’s eye is both enthralling and terrifying. Only the bold ones have the guts to literally jump and fly at an enormous height of several thousand feet. Even if you’ve tried it several times still each time to give it a shot a new sense of anxiety and nervousness arises, right? Being an adventure seeker and adrenaline rush lover you’ll be excited to try this out but not to forget that with a whole new experience it is a quite dangerous venture.
Despite you saying that you don’t feel nervous or scared, you’re clearly lying. We all feel nervous especially if we’re trying this free-fall quest the very first time as it’s something very serious. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try this out. Keeping in mind certain safety tips you can fly without paralyzing yourself.
If you want to know the safety tips to follow keep reading!
Pick The Destination Wisely
Even if you’ll be flying several thousand feet above the ground level in all the destinations still you can’t just pick any destination randomly. There are certain destinations that are very risky for first-timers and are only meant for seasoned skydivers. We would recommend you to pick the destination that offers you set your elevation and even fix the time you want to stay up in the air. We guess the setting of the elevation level is really beneficial for the first-timers.
If you’re skydiving the very first time you can avoid a certain amount of risk by setting the elevation level. The best destinations for first-timers are-
Hawaii, US- where the height range you can choose is from 8,000 to 20,000 ft.
Always book a Trusted Company
It’s really important to book a trusted company for skydiving even if you’re a seasoned skydiver. The trusted company not only has years of experience but also provides you professional instructors which we guess is really vital if you’re a first-timer to this activity. After deciding on the destination, always search for the best and veteran company of the destination.
You should also check reviews of genuine skydivers so that you’ll be sure of their service. Skydiving is a very serious venture and we don’t want you to take any risk. Thus, make sure you book your glide with a trusted skydiving company.
Book In Advance
Skydiving tends to get very pricey because of its limited ideal time and the risk of course. So, the best way to save some huge shells is to book your glide in advance. Don’t wait as soon as you make your mind just book so that you don’t have to pay more for the same you could have paid less if booked a little earlier.
Go with A Group
We would not recommend you to try the free-fall venture alone. It’s not something like excavating new grounds that you can think of traveling solo. So, whenever you think of skydiving always take your group of adventure seekers along. Not only you’ll feel less anxious when in the group but also with a bunch of people skydiving would seem much more fun. We know it’s not easy to convince your group to try out this but if you put a little more pressure we guess all will agree to try out the thrill.
Listen To Your Instructor
Before you jump you’ll be provided a short training session by a trained instructor. Carefully listen to what he/she will guide you with. Do not try to add your versions and abide by what you’ve been guided through.