A bit pricey, but honestly worth it! Hearing the screams of your friends and feeling the adrenaline rush yourself is priceless. The staff are also great, very friendly and make you feel safe, lots of checks to make sure your strapped in properly.
Base Flying Berlin
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Base jumping from the top of the Park Inn hotel, with fantastic views of Berlin. unfortunately wasn't allowed to jump as it was too windy. if you want to do this, check the weather first.
Reaching the top of the Park Inn was fantastic, such a great view! It was a breathtaking adrenaline experience! Unfortunately the flying didn´t last too long, but it was anyway worth it. The staff were very kind and made you feel relaxed and safe. Thanks!
I was super excited to do the base flying and when I got there I was first stunned for the view: it has possibly the best view of the city (better than the one in Fernsehturm). The setup to just was very simple and fast....More
A little bit scary at first when looking down at Alexanderplatz ..shaky legs 😁before jumping 😁😁 but the personal was very professional and friendly fun... When "hanging out" I felt very safe and I can say.... It was such a feeling Falling down in high...More
Bought a ticket online 2 days in advance for a solo early jump when the weather forecast predicted clear skies. Ticket comes to €50/$60. Woke up today and it's pouring rain like no tomorrow. Called two different numbers and was advised that a refund is...More
We wanted to do something a little different in berlin. This was so much fun. Yes, there was a bit of a wait to do the base flying. (or rather, falling), but it was worth it. That initial shock of the freefall gets your heart...More
I'm afraid of the heights a bit so that added some thrill too ! It's very pricey and you basically just get few seconds of falling but I don't regret it. I did it at night and I think I enjoyed it more that way....More
When me and my daughter went her strap was sort of lose and when she asked the worked about it all he said was "Don't worry you're fine" But when she jumped the strap flew lose and she only had 2 others holding her from...More
It'll take you some courage to get upstairs (34th floor) and do it for the first time: practically a free fall from a 100 m high building! But after we did it for the first time, both of us (father and son) did it again...More