On request


Private transfer to the Zadar Airport can be arranged

Included in price

Experienced Instructor
Pre-jump Safety Briefing
Flight over Zadar
10,000 Feet Jump
Up to 50 Seconds of Free-fall


Skydiving from 10,000 feet over beautiful Zadar archipelago, accompanied with an experienced instructor. Experience the adrenaline rush of a free-fall!

The flight takes place over the Zadar archipelago and the National park Paklenica as a part of Velebit mountain. No better way to see it then from above.

At 10,000 feet we are ready for your jump. Your instructor is adequately experienced for you to relax, all you have to do is follow his brief instructions .

During the free-fall, lasting of up to 50 seconds, you will accelerate to over 200 km/h. At this speed you might feel an extreme adrenaline rush, but in a positive manner since all is happening in a controlled environment. Those are the fifty seconds whole your life fits in. Then comes a moment of relief - canopy opening.

Free fall is followed with 6 to 8 minutes of a serenity floathing down under canopy till you safely land at beach drop zone is located on the way to island Pag
We will deliver high quality adrenaline charged travel experience that will make you feel truly alive.


Wind speed

During freefall, the wind travelling past your ears is well over 100 mph. This much makes you deaf to all sounds you cannot hear a fellow skydiver. This is the reason your ears sometimes ‘pop’ whilst diving!

Skydiving tattoo

‘Jonas’ holds the record for getting the first tattoo while freefalling at a height of 4,000m in Sweden. He got a ‘WFFT’ tattoo made while skydiving with Nordin. WFFT stands for World’s First Freefall Tattoo! Now that is EXTREME skydiving.

Oldest skydiver

The oldest person to skydive was Fred Mack who at 100 years old set the record. Fred, who truly knows how to live life to the fullest first tried skydiving on his 95th birthday and promised friends who supported him that he would come back for a second jump if he made it to 100-years-old.