Sky Diving
Sky Diving


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WOW! What an experience! If you also enjoy adrenaline, I recommend trying it. Right from the beginning, when you’re going through the minimal training necessary to not endanger the person who will ultimately have your life in their hands, you feel an indescribable excitement building up. What there is to remember when you’re in free fall is really very little, and in any case, the person who introduces you to this sensation guides you every step of the way. Here’s a strange thing: until they open the airplane door, you don’t realize what’s about to happen, and at 3… 2… 1, it’s too late to back out, so take a deep breath, and there you are, floating in the air.

I’ve always been fond of the air as an element, and I’m fascinated by all the physics behind it. At first, I was a bit worried because on rides (like roller coasters), I get a bit queasy when forcibly and rapidly pulled downward. So I had some anxiety that the same thing might happen during free fall. Fortunately, as the word itself suggests, nature and our perfect biology perfectly balance all the sensations of your body as it falls without any discomfort, and I assure you that the end result is a beautiful and unforgettable experience. Your facial skin tightens a bit as you descend, but you don’t notice it because you’re too fascinated by what you see and feel.

Looking around and feeling as free as a bird in flight is an incredible sensation. I assure you that, if you’re like me, when you land, your first thought will be, “Now I’m getting my license!” Unfortunately, my thought didn’t become a reality, and I didn’t get the license. But it’s definitely an experience I’ll do again at some point.

Since a significant part of the experience, in my opinion, also comes from the team that makes it happen, if you’re thinking of trying it, I recommend Skydive Verona. I’d like to thank Emanuele once again for his professionalism and friendliness as he accompanied me in the ascent and descent from 4,000 meters!