Is there an age limit to skydive in Miami?

The first step is to sign a waiver prior to your initial skydive. This is an officially binding agreement, which in turn means that everyone who skydives and authorizes the document, must be at the very least 18 years old. This requirement applies to all of those skydiving in Miami, Florida and our other locations in the US.

What exactly can you expect to pay for skydiving jumps?

How much you'll spend for skydiving jumps depends upon the type of that experience. For skydiving in Miami, tandem jumps are the most affordable price. Typically, prices depend also on the cost of gasoline and the present seasonal demand. To get specific prices, feel free to give our location a call for more information.

Is there a way to record the skydiving jump?

Absolutely! Skydiving Near Miami has video packages that will record your entire skydiving jump, from aircraft ride to landing. Our network videographers will get a small interview with you before you boarding the plane and during the plane ride to altitude. The videographer will exit the airplane with you and capture your entire skydiving jump on videotape! The videographer will also land prior to you to ensure that your landing is caught on tape, as well.

Can I bring my own camera?

Definitely bring your video camera for on-the-ground photos. You can not, however, bring your personal digital camera aboard the airplane or videotape your skydiving jump yourself.

Exactly what altitude and speed will the plane reach for the skydive?

The amount of wind and the general weather conditions play a role in just how high we'll ascend for your jump. In most cases, we'll ascend as high as 14,000 feet for the typical tandem skydiving jump. Once you exit the plane and are freefalling, you can expect to fall at a pace of 120 miles per hour!

Can all my group skydive at the same time?

For the most part, we do our best to make sure you have the best possible group to dive with. You might have the ability to jump together, but think about a few factors first. There is a very quick delay between you and each jumper from the airplane, which means that you may not freefall and canopy ride at the exact same time. Some of our jumpers choose to go on separate plane rides so they can watch their friends freefall and then land on the ground.

What if you wish to bring along a friend that does not intend to jump, but wants to watch you skydive?

You are more than welcome to bring family and friends to watch your skydiving jump. They can stay on the ground and watch the entire skydiving adventure from the viewing area. Non-jumpers are not permitted on the airplane at any time.