WATCH: The top 5 skydiving locations in Africa for those who like to test gravity

2018-10-12 16:30 - Saara Mowlana
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Plummet into these five stunning skydiving locations in Africa.

Are you an adrenaline junkie looking for some excitement in Africa?

These incredible skydiving spots are enough to take your breath away and get your blood pumping, from Victoria Falls to Mount Kilimanjaro!

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5. Belle Vue Maurel, Mauritius

This incredible flight offered by 'Skydive Mauritius' is sure to get your adrenaline pumping. Dubbed the ultimate adventure experience in the country, you get to soar over the breath-taking plains of the serene North-Eastern side of Mauritius. As you zip along the skyline, soak up the beautiful hills, isolated beaches and gorgeous teal waters.

CHECK OUT THIS Quick guide to Mauritius: Visa-free travel for South Africans 

4. Beni Mellal, Morocco

Dive into the embrace of one of Morocco's best skydiving experiences around. 'The Parachute Air Club of Morocco' is easily accessed by numerous hotels and resorts in the surrounding area. You can bask in the glory of the views offered at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, covering Marrakech, Fez and Casablanca - the location boasts one of the best vistas to be found in Africa. 

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3. Mossel Bay, South Africa

You won't want to opt out of this incredible and thrilling Saffa experience. Plummet and soar from a daring height of over 4.27 km in the air. You might wanna strap on a handycam or third eye camera to capture the blissful madness and all the emotions that float along with you. This is one of SA's best skydiving locations and offers you spectacular views of the rugged and green harbour town nestled in the Western Cape Province. 

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2. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe & Zambia

Free fall into one of Africa's most famous and beloved landmarks - Victoria Falls - and soak up the giant, scenic waterfall vistas in a way like no other. The falls hug the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia providing nature's largest curtain of water in the world.

CHECK OUT: #AfriTravel: First-timer's guide to Victoria Falls 

1. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Alternatively explore the rugged ridges and valleys of Africa's tallest mountain - in all its splendour and glory - by skydiving with 'Climb Kili' for the perfect vantage point. As you fly and drop from the great height of about 3.05 km in the air and behold the magic of the aerial view of Mount Kilimanjaro and its three dormant volcanic cones. 

SEE THIS Quick Guide to Tanzania: Visa-Free travel for South Africans

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