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HeadFirstDave  (C License)

Oct 9, 2012, 8:28 PM
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Next summer I will have the opportunity for some international travel, and wanted to spend a few weeks at a/multiple dropzone(s) overseas. I will be in a group of 4, and we will all be relatively inexperienced, (150-200 jumps.)

Anyway, I wanted to pose the question to the experts: where are some great drop zones to visit? Looking for a good atmosphere, nice region, photogenic, place with lots of experience, etc, (constrained by realism of course).

Thanks for any help!


Squeak  (E 1313)

Oct 9, 2012, 9:28 PM
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Next summer I will have the opportunity for some international travel, and wanted to spend a few weeks at a/multiple dropzone(s) overseas. I will be in a group of 4, and we will all be relatively inexperienced, (150-200 jumps.)

Anyway, I wanted to pose the question to the experts: where are some great drop zones to visit? Looking for a good atmosphere, nice region, photogenic, place with lots of experience, etc, (constrained by realism of course).

Thanks for any help!
Europe, Empuria in Spain or one of the French DZs,


TriGirl  (B License)

Oct 10, 2012, 7:00 AM
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Next summer I will have the opportunity for some international travel, and wanted to spend a few weeks at a/multiple dropzone(s) overseas. I will be in a group of 4, and we will all be relatively inexperienced, (150-200 jumps.)

Anyway, I wanted to pose the question to the experts: where are some great drop zones to visit? Looking for a good atmosphere, nice region, photogenic, place with lots of experience, etc, (constrained by realism of course).

Thanks for any help!
Europe, Empuria in Spain or one of the French DZs,

In the same area, if you have a B license, Turkey is a nice place!


piisfish

Oct 11, 2012, 3:30 AM
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follow the boogie tour Smile



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