Jamaica as a tourist destination needs no introduction. Apart from the sun and sand, there is plenty on offer in terms of land and water activities. Have your fill of the beaches and the beach activity and there is much in store for you to get your adrenalin running.
Skydiving is the latest feather in the cap of Jamaican outdoor activities. Safe and secure, it promises much fun and adventure and the opportunity to see Jamaica with your body flying at nothing less than 120 miles per hour. And if you thought that the activity was just for the experienced then you are entirely off the mark. If you are a novice, you will be given a hands on training by experienced and licensed masters so rest assured you are in safe hands. The tandem skydive is offered by Skydive Jamaica, which specialises in tandem skydives, and is perfectly safe. In fact their website says, it a low-pressure way to experience a high-thrill skydive.
The adventure unfurls from the height of 12,500 feet when at the green signal, you take the jump. There can be no better way to experience Jamaica than with your body flying at the speed of 120 miles per hour. And just when you have begun to relax, the instructor pulls your rip cord and you are all set to enjoy a six- to eight-minute parachute ride back to the landing area on the airport.
Well you actually did it and now it is all about convincing your friends back home about your adventure. In fact, you can capture the whole experience, from suiting to landing, on video at no extra costs. The package also includes 40 to 80 still pictures to relive the moments and take back beautiful memories to show back home.
There is nothing like the comfort of a home to come back to after a hard day of fun-filled adventure to relax, to soak in a tub, feel the tiredness drain from your body, and then enjoy a delicious meal catching your favorite movie on the DVD player. All this and much more is possible if you stay in your own private Jamaica villa or cottage that gives you convenient access not only to the Skydive at the Boscobel Aerodrome in St Mary but other attractions in Jamaica as well.