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Fall through the sky and experience the rush of a lifetime as you tandem skydive in one of the biggest drop zones in the Northeast!Full Description>
- Instructors are USPA certified, and some are world record holders or champions
- In more than 20 years, the skydiving academy has sent more than 100,000 people on their first skydive
- Free fall for 1 minute at speeds of 120 MPH!
As the Super Caravan reaches an altitude of over 13,500 feet your instructor tells you it's time. Your heart starts pounding from the adrenaline and excitement as you inch closer to the open aircraft door.Key Info>
You peer over the edge and then, in a split second, you are on the most exciting thrill ride of your life with an expert instructor at your side.
As you fly through clouds at over 120 MPH, for a full minute, you feel a complete and total sense of freedom not found anywhere else in the world.
Once the canopy opens, and you parachute deploys, you can take in views of the beautiful Philadelphia skyline!
All tandem jumpmasters have earned USPA's highest rating and have thousands of jumps to their credit.
A truly incredible experience!
- Participants must be at least 18 years old with a valid ID
- The maximum weight limit is 250 pounds, however jumpers that weigh between 230-240 pounds will be charged a $10 surcharge on the day of their jump and those weighing between 240-250 pounds will be charged $20 surcharge
- Video and photo packages are available for purchase on the day of the jump
- Drop zone is a member of the United States Parachute Association and has been in business for over 20 years
DurationPlan on spending approximately 4 hours at the drop zone.
Maximum Participants1 participant per tandem skydive jump.
SpectatorsSpectators can watch the participant prepare for the jump and then watch their landing at the spectator deck. They can also enjoy the snack bar on site.
Weather DependentThis experience is weather dependent. Always contact the experience provider with any questions regarding weather conditions.
What To WearWear comfortable clothing appropriate for weather conditions. Sweaters and long pants work best for colder days and shorts and t-shirts are good for summer. Closed-toed shoes (no heels) are required.
Booking InformationFor this experience, it is recommended to request bookings at least 14 days in advance.
Cancellation PolicyPrior to scheduling/booking a date for this experience, Cloud 9 Living's standard return and exchange policy shall apply. Once you have scheduled a date and received a booking confirmation, no refunds will be given. Rescheduling is allowed up to 14 days prior to your experience, failure to appear on your booked date or to reschedule at least 14 days prior to your booked date will result in the loss of the value of your experience. In the event your experience is cancelled due to inclement weather you will reschedule the experience directly with your experience provider.
What if I'm afraid of heights?
Many people are hesitant to skydive due to their personal fear or discomfort of heights. A skydiving experience does not equate to being at the top of a ladder, bridge or building. You are simply too high up to have any height induced vertigo or dizziness.You will be over two miles up. An individual would no more encounter a fear of heights during skydiving than when flying in a jet airliner.
How fast will I be falling?
Free fall speeds are approximately 120 MPH. Please note that this can increase or decrease slightly depending on body size and position.
Can you breathe in freefall?
The free fall and parachute environments do not cause any difficulty in breathing, however, some students have commented that it was awkward to breathe during the first few seconds. This is not caused by lack of oxygen, but by the surge of adrenaline and excitement of first jumping out of the aircraft.
- What if I'm afraid of heights?