A tandem skydive is a good option for those wishing to make just one jump or those unsure about skydiving on your own. Tandem jumps give you the complete experience of free fall with minimal preparation time. You’ll have the confidence of knowing you are securely attached to a highly experienced, specially trained, tandem instructor.
|Additional Tandem Jumps or Student Course duing the Same Season per jumper||$50 Off|
|Delux Video - Outside Video and Hand Cam with High-Resolution Photo||$135|
|Tandem Outside Video & High-Resolution Photos||$100|
|High Resolution Photos Only||$75|
|Hand Cam Video & Low-Resolution Photos||$65|
*Discount will not be reflected when making your online reservation
After completing a tandem skydive, you will receive $50 off of a Solo First Jump Course – provided you take the course during the same season!Tandem Videos and Pictures
Please let us know if you would like video and/or pictures in the “notes” section of your reservation.. Your video will be approximately 8-12 minutes in length. If requesting still pictures, you will receive approximately 100 total pictures. Your video will be ready approximately 45 minutes after you jump. All video and pictures will be given to you in digital format via a USB flash drive. We know this experience is important to you and we will make every effort to have staff available; however, a videographer is not guaranteed to be available on the day of your jump.
Because we want we want your attention to be on your training, the view, and the experience, you may not bring a Go-Pro, selfie-stick, or other camera device on your jump.
When you arrive at the drop zone, you’ll first sign a waiver of liability, stating that you alone accept the inherent risks of skydiving. You will also watch a tandem skydiving briefing video, which describes the risks of skydiving and explains what to expect from your jump. Then you'll receive individual instruction from one of our USPA rated tandem instructors. Please expect to spend 3 to 6 hours at the drop zone. Delays can occur, and are often due to unforeseen weather conditions. We cannot control the weather, so we ask that you please be understanding when delays occur.