Is there an age limit to skydive in Napa Valley?

All participants who are going to skydive near Napa Valley must sign a waiver prior to performing their first skydive. Because this waiver is a legal contract, all skydivers must be at least 18 years of age. This is true when skydiving in Napa Valley, California, or any location within our network inside the entire country.

What exactly can you expect to spend for skydiving jumps?

Tandem skydiving is the least expensive option for anybody near Napa Valley looking to skydive.The Accelerated free fall price is dependent on which level you are scheduling. Pricing tends to change based on the current price of fuel and based on the current season. For current costs, please call and a representative will further assist you.

Is there a way to record the skydiving jump?

Without a doubt! Napa Valley Skydiving has video packages that will record your entire skydiving day, from airplane ride to landing. Our network videographers will get a small interview with you right before boarding the aircraft and during the plane ride to altitude. The videographer will jump out of the plane with you and catch your entire skydiving freefall on DVD! The videographer will also land prior to you to ensure that your landing is caught on tape, as well.

Are digital cameras allowed?

We encourage people to bring along their own digital cameras! Unfortunately, skydivers are not permitted to take their own video camera on the aircraft.

How high and at what speed can I anticipate to go during my skydive?

Certainly there are a variety of factors, including the weather and the level of wind present that will impact the elevation of the dive. The majority of the time, tandem skydives happen at a max elevation of 14,000 feet. As you are freefalling, your rate of speed will reach as high as 120 miles per hour.

Could all my group skydive all at once?

Don't worry, we'll do our best to keep your group all together. You may have the ability to jump all together, but think about a couple of things first. It is important to understand that there is a brief delay in between skydivers out of the plane, which means that you might not have the chance to freefall or parachute ride down all together. We will do our best to satisfy any request you and your group may have. There is a tiny delay in between each skydiving student so jumping on the same airplane load as your friends doesn't mean you will be next to them during the freefall and parachute ride. Some couples and groups actually like to go on separate loads so they can watch their loved ones freefall and landing from the ground.

Suppose somebody wants to come along with you however doesn't want to dive?

Bring your friends and family with you to watch you skydive even if they do not want to jump themselves at this time. Those who come along with you and will not jump will be invited to stay on the ground in the viewing area.