As you move rapidly down to the drop zone of a man-made floating palm island from a dizzying height of 13,000 feet, imagine that your parachutes appear to open in the middle of your free fall. Your once-in-a-lifetime skydiving experience in Dubai will be just like that.
One of the most popular extreme sports in the world is skydiving, where the exhilarating experience of flying at great heights is combined with breathtaking views of the countryside and urban areas. Skydiving is a safe and enjoyable activity for adventurers of all ages, despite the fact that the idea of falling from the sky may at first seem terrifying. Get up in the blue sky and experience the rush of adrenaline above the ground with sweeping views of a palm- or desert-covered region.
With the variety of Skydive Dubai packages, you have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to participate in one of the most thrilling adventure sports in the world. Simply choose between a tandem skydive or a gyrocopter flight to experience the exhilarating rush of falling at a speed of more than 120 miles per hour. Tripfinder explains that the best part is that it offers you the clearest views of Dubai.
The biggest step you can take to complete your first skydiving experience is to overcome your fear of the activity, which may initially seem thrilling or even frightening. Most first-timers find that tandem skydiving is the best option once they’ve conquered their fear. No prior experience is necessary for tandem skydiving because you will be closely attached to an experienced instructor who will be doing the majority of the work. There are breathtaking locations all over the globe where you can enjoy skydiving for comparatively little money for this unforgettable experience.
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Receive professional training with all required equipment provided.
You’ll board the plane from our drop zone at the Desert Campus (near Margham), while being meticulously outfitted with a harness, helmet, goggles, and jumpsuit, following a thorough briefing and explanation by a certified skydiving instructor.
Feel the Real Sensation of Flying
Skydiving in Dubai allows you to live out your dream of flying, so you can experience the true sensation of flight. It’s time to get out of the plane as it soars to the ideal altitude of about 13,000 feet. Experience the 60 seconds of terrifying free fall before your instructor pulls the cord and opens the parachute.
Have Maximum Comfort and Safety:
You can be sure that your skydiving experience will be completely safe thanks to the most cutting-edge gear and parachutes that are kept in compliance with the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) stringent standards. You need not be concerned if, in the unlikely event, your instructor is unable to deploy the parachute because the AAD (Automatic Activation Device) will take care of it.
Enjoy the magnificent views and bring home beautiful photos.
High-end safety features enable you to enjoy the complete quiet of gliding through the air while taking in nonstop aerial views of Dubai’s incredible sights in every direction. Take lasting memories with you as the experience comes to a close. As a memento of this fantastic adventure, make sure to gather wonderful photos and videos.
Before skydiving, it’s a good idea to become familiar with the equipment you’ll be using. The majority of the equipment will be provided to you by skydiving facilities, but it’s not a bad idea to bring your own hip jumpsuit.
The equipment that will keep you floating through the air is a parachute. Although there are many different sizes of parachutes, beginners typically choose wider, slower models to lessen the impact of landing. As a safety precaution, all skydivers jump with two parachutes—one main and one reserve.
The “automatic activation device” (AAD) used during skydiving will open your parachute if you or your instructor are unable to do so manually in the event of unconsciousness. AAD keeps track of your altitude and rate of descent and activates at a specific height to ensure a safe landing.
There are many jumpsuits available that are made for specific skydiving activities. You can usually request one from the majority of skydiving facilities.
Altimeters are a practical tool for determining your altitude in the sky. Skilled skydivers occasionally avoid using an altimeter because they can roughly predict their current altitude.
Goggles and Helmet
You are free-falling at a speed of about 200 km/h, and it is nice to see clearly. Helmets are also a good idea because they safeguard your head, particularly during takeoff and landing.
Skydiving is undoubtedly difficult, but it is manageable if you are fully prepared. We’ve got some advice for you right here that will improve your skydiving experience.
Have breakfast: Before you jump, it’s important to eat a balanced breakfast. An empty stomach makes your already tense stomach worse. Snacks are another thing you can bring to the drop zone.
Wear the Right Equipment: You will undoubtedly feel the cold in higher elevations if you are jumping in loose clothing. You should put on a jumpsuit with layers that are tightly fitted. Avoid haggling over the equipment that is given to you.
Get Your Journey on Record: One of the most thrilling experiences you can have is skydiving. Even though most skydiving facilities provide a recording service, you are welcome to bring your own camera just to capture the scenery.
Get a good night’s sleep: Before your thrilling skydiving experience, you should get plenty of rest. A restful night’s sleep will lower your level of stress, improving your mood and attention just in time for skydiving.
Even though the skydiving centres provide comprehensive information on necessities, it is still a good idea to be aware of a few things.
One of the most widespread misconceptions about skydiving is that breathing is impossible. This is completely false; even at extremely high speeds of 300 km/h, you can still breathe while skydiving.
Safety should always be the top priority when skydiving because it is an aerial sport. Skydiving is one of the safest extreme sports, with far fewer fatalities than car accidents by ratio in the USA, despite what one might initially believe.
Talking with other skydivers is not possible while you are skydiving because the wind’s noise is much higher than what a human can tolerate. However, you can still speak with your carrier.