Tandem Skydive from 10,000 feet. After only a short briefing you and your Instructor will take to the skies. You will climb in the aircraft to 10,000 feet and freefall for almost 1 minute! You will have the sensation of being on your own with a breathtaking view. After you open the parachute, the instructor offers guidance as you fly the parachute together. A tandem jump is a great way to experience the thrill of skydiving while under close supervision of an experienced Instructor.
$275 on sale for $230* for weekday or weekend jumps. Options to add video and pictures to remember the special event are available at additional cost! Group rates also available.
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- You will not be allowed to jump without a valid photo ID
- Maximum weight of 220 lbs
- Some exceptions, in some circumstances, can be accommodated. Please contact us for further details
- If you have serious sinus or ear issues, or a history of heart problems, you may be advised to speak to a medical professional prior to scheduling
- NO alcohol or drugs in your system
- There are some physical limitations that some individuals may require instructor approval to jump
- PLEASE PLAN TO UP TO 4 HOURS ON SITE TO COMPLETE YOUR TANDEM SKYDIVE
- Normally this is not the case, however we state this as a reminder to keep your day fairly open as weather or mechanical things do sometimes happen that are out of our control and could delay your jump
How long will it take?
While the plane ride and jump only take approximately 30 minutes, we please ask that you plan half your day with us
Can my friends and family watch?
ABSOLUTELY! You can stay with your group up until we board the plane. Afterwards they can meet up as soon as you land and you are released from your instructor
Can we bring pets?
Unfortunately no pets are allowed past the parking lot. Unless someone wants to sit in the car and wait, we’d suggest leaving pets at home
Is there an age limit?
You must be at least 18 years of age to skydive. No upper limits as long as you have no health or physical restrictions
How much classroom time is involved?
The classroom portion for a tandem jump is quite short. We have some waiver paperwork that you can complete online as well as a short video to watch, and you will receive a briefing from your instructor while being geared up
What do I need on the day of my jump?
To jump you will need a valid government issued photo ID and an acceptable payment method
What should I wear?
We ask that you dress in seasonably comfortable clothing. During the summer shorts and a t-shirt are fine. Athletic/tennis type shoes are recommended, as we do not allow open toed shoes, flip flops, sandals, hard heeled boots, or shoes with hooks that could snag
Can I wear my prescription glasses?
We do have goggles that can fit over prescription glasses. However, we cannot guarantee you will land with your prescription glasses. If not wearing them won’t take away from your experience, we recommend the low profile goggles instead
What type of payments do you accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX, or cash
Can I get a video?
Yes! We have a few options to capture your jump that can be booked along with your jump or when you arrive
Can my group share a video?
No, the camera person can only jump with one person at a time
Can I use my camera or take any other devices with me on the jump?
No, due to safety and regulations, you cannot take anything else with you on your jump. We have options for video and pictures so the jump can be recorded and relived!
Will I wear a helmet?
No, for the safety of our instructors you will not be allowed to wear a helmet. A soft frap hat will be available upon your request
How fast will we fall?
Typical skydives freefall around 120 miles per hour
How high will we jump from?
A normal skydive will leave the airplane from 10,000 feet above the ground. Depending on weather this may fluctuate a little
Will I be able to breathe?
Yes, in fact we encourage it! Although you will be falling fast, and feel the wind on your face, you will be able to breathe
What does it feel like?
You will feel more of a floating sensation, rather than falling, and there’s no “stomach drop” like you might experience on a roller coaster. It’s a truly exhilarating experience!