Published: October 8, 2018
Many people do a tandem skydive as a one-off adventure experience, but once you've tried it, you might find that the bug has bitten, and you want to enrol for training to get your solo skydiving permit.
The rules and regulations of the Australian Parachute Federation (APF) require that anyone who wants to do sport skydiving must first complete a solo skydiving course and a written exam. At Adelaide Tandem Skydiving, you can start the course on Monday and finish it by the end of the week or if weekdays are not possible, do the course over a couple of weekends.
If you want to take sport skydiving to the limit, consider enrolling in the Accelerated Free Fall (AFF) course. You can go from a beginner to a solo skydiver in less than ten jumps. During the course, you will learn the correct technique for a freefall body position, how to fly your parachute, and how to handle emergency situations. You will soon be able to take to the skies with your friends and have the time of your life with sport skydiving.
We also cater for experienced skydivers who would like to make use of our drop zone for sport skydiving and fun jumps while visiting Adelaide. Our affordable jump ticket prices allow you to jump from various altitudes. If you are interested in taking sport skydiving to the next level, why not contact us by calling 08 8261 4161 to find out how we can help you to take to the skies.
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