Number Ten – The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, USA
Honest Abraham Lincoln honestly has gotten bored of just gazing into the reflecting pool at the National Mall. We feel he’d love to see a
jetpack flying across the wold-famous reflecting pool looking out toward the Washington Monument. The pool is approximately 2,029 feet long making
it just over a third of a mile and 167 feet wide, making it perfect for a quarter mile jetpack drag race.
Number Nine – The Grand Prismatic Spring In Yellowstone National Park, USA
At 170 degrees, this place is HOT! The Grand Prismatic Spring of Yellowstone would make for a wild jetpack flight, with its vibrant colors and
rising steam. The rainbow dispersion of white light by optical prism: red, orange, yellow, green, and blue would be a sight to see as you hovered over
at 30 feet. The vivid colors in the spring are the result of pigmented bacteria in the microbial mats that grow around the edges of the mineral-rich
Number Eight – The Great Blue Hole, Belize
The Great Blue Hole is a large submarine sinkhole off the coast of Belize. The crystal-clear water and exotic species of fish, including Midnight Parrotfish
and sharks of all kinds (Caribbean reef, bull, hammerhead, etc.) make it a hot spot for thrill-seeking scuba divers. What better way to honor
this than with submarining on a jetpack! It has been declared one of the top ten scuba diving sites in the world which is exactly one of the reasons
it has been selected for the top ten places to jetpack.
Number Seven – The Great Salt Pond on 4th of July, USA
New Harbor (Great Salt Pond): The completely enclosed salt pond provides anchorage for 1000 yachts, 3 large marinas and 100 moorings. Every year on
the Fourth of July, it hosts one of the most lively Independence Day parties on the water you can find anywhere in the Untied States. Nothing more
patriotic then soring over the party on a jetpack!
Number Six – Abu Dhabi RedBull Air Race, United Arab Emirates
Abu Dhabi takes its Red Bull Air Race hosting to new heights with the destination having much more to
see and do than ever before. The aerial action taking place over the Arabian Gulf’s sparkling blue waters is the perfect stage to showcase the masterful
aerobatics one can preform on a jetpack!
Number Five – Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy
Recent heavy rain and high tides have brought Venice some of the worst flooding in history during the Acqua Alta or high water which happens once a year.
Here at the flooded Piazza San Marco (St. Mark’s Square) you can fly high in front of the astounding Patriarchal Cathedral Basilica of Saint Mark,
dating back to 1073. At any other time of the year you would be sipping vino rosso for lunch in the piazza among hundreds of tourists.
Number Four – The Nile River, Luxor, Egypt
Fly the world’s longest river, The Nile. Explore the skies above the Luxor Temple in a city where the majority of ancient Egypt’s civilization is known
to rest. Beyond Luxor is the Karnak Temple with the largest sacred lake and perfectly flat water for a high speed laps on your jetpack. The gods would
Number Three – Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Located in southern Africa and known as the world’s largest sheet of falling water based on width(5,604 ft) and height(354 ft). Fly high above the falls,
a few feet from the edge at what is now known as Devil’s Pool. When the river flow is at a certain level, an eddy without much current is formed from
underwater rocks creating relatively safe flying conditions for your jet pack power unit.
Number Two – Spring Break at Copper Canyon, Lake Havasu, USA
One of the biggest american river parties around is in Copper Canyon, Lake Havasu and the only way to get there is by boat…or jetpack.
Once you get there, you’ll side-tie your boat with other boats and form one huge floating party. And hover high above the crowd as the
throngs of bikini-clad girls throw their party beads at you. Can you say I heart jetpack?
Number One – 57th Floor Swimming Pool at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore
Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands is home to the longest elevated swimming pool at 478 ft long and 626
ft above the ground. Without a doubt the most stunning scenery while flying a jetpack is at this altitude while overlooking the city. 40ft above the
ocean is huge fun but at this height and with plenty of space to speed I think anyone’s adrenaline would boil over. “Can I get you something, sir?”
“I’ll have what he’s having.”
Which is your pick for where you’d like to fly? Or is there another spot we missed?