If you are a tandem student, no you cannot. This is a USPA regulation and it has to do with the your safety and that of your instructors and those on the ground.
If you are an experienced skydiver with a B-license and the appropriate helmet mount, you can wear a GoPro.
You must be at least 18 the day of the jump.
Yes, 235 pounds is the max for a tandem. It’s a safety issue.
You should anticipate spending 3-4 hours with us for a tandem, and all day with us for your first AFF class (ground school and two jumps).
Dress comfortably. Shorts and t-shirts in the summer, sweats or jeans in the winter, and tennis shoes. We provide jumpsuits, if you would like to wear one.
It’s the best way to ensure you can jump at the time you want. We highly recommend it.
Free fall averages 120 mph or 176 feet per second.
You’ll be in free fall for up to 60 seconds.
All of our instructors are USPA-certified and have completed more than a thousand jumps. You’re in good hands!
No, in a tandem, the instructor lands first. Your impact should be similar to stepping off a curb.
Yes, to both. If you enjoyed your skydive, a tip is a great way to show your appreciation!
You need to purchase one video for each skydiver. It is physically impossible for a videographer to shoot multiple tandems in free fall at the same time.
Yes. Check our pricing page for our military, group and student discounts. Seasonal specials are posted on our home page, Facebook, and in our e-mails. Or you can always give us a call at 1 800-990-5509.
Yes! We’ve been honored to take individuals who are blind, paraplegic and quadriplegic. If you would like to arrange such a jump, please contact us at 1 800-990-5509.