Honeymoons trips can vary from a serene week by a Caribbean pool, to a more active wine tour, to the thrill of jumping out of an airplane at 10,000 feet. Skydiving has always had a large following, or falling, and thrill-seeking newlyweds take to it like a summer breeze.
Much like skiing or scuba-diving, skydiving is a little more complicated than picking out matching sunglasses. Companies that certify you are concerned with safety first, and you’ll start with a series of tandem dives (in which you’re falling with an attached instructor). After you complete those sessions, you take a ground course on the rules, and, assuming all goes well, you’ll be set to free fall. Since tandem dives take several days to complete, and you need to factor in weather and other unexpected delays, such as illness, it’s common to complete the tandem courses first, then do the more experienced skydiving after you’re married. Continue reading this article here.