Conquer your fears, spread your wings and fly!
Skydiving is one of most exciting adventure sports in the world. The thrill of jumping out of an airplane only to witness a breathtaking landscape is hard to replicate. If you’re looking for an experience that is sure to leave your spine tingling and pulse racing, go skydiving at the Grand Canyon.
The Grand Canyon is an iconic world landmark, spread over a whopping 1.2 million acres; surreal brown-orange gigantic rock formations, gorgeous green forests, the gushing Colorado river and more is at your doorstep should you opt to skydive at the Grand Canyon. Prepare for an unimaginable experience as you soar high above the Canyon and witness a bird’s eye view of one of the natural wonders of the world.
Fly high, at about 15,000-18,000 ft above ground level and experience feeling free like never before by skydiving at the Grand Canyon.
Nothing can prepare you for the surreal view that lies below; endless stretches of red rocks and stones that date back a million years. Try and spot the waterfalls, horseshoe bends and hairpin curves, and soak in this testament to ancient geography.
Your ticket includes safety training by professionals, required safety equipment, a certificate of achievement and a lifetime of memories. If required, you can pay a small amount to get photos and videos of your skydiving experience as well.
The skydiving facility here is equipped with licensed, professional instructors and completely safe-to-use technology to ensure that you have the best experience possible. Not just experienced skydivers, but both first-timers and beginners can go skydiving here as well.
Here's a few things to know before you go skydiving at one of the most stunning locations in the world.
To skydive at the Grand Canyon, visitors must adhere to the minimum age limit of 18. Only those above 18 will be permitted to skydive. For this, please carry a valid government ID to the facility.
Persons weighing 95 kg and less are permitted to go skydiving at the Grand Canyon.
Avoid consumption of alcohol and narcotics up to at least eight hours before your skydive.
For your skydive, it is recommended that you wear comfortable, athletic clothing and shoes. Trousers, shorts, cotton t-shirts are your best bet, along with closed-toe shoes.
Prepare to spend a better part of your day at the facility, since skydiving is a weather-dependent sport and any changes in weather can delay/reschedule your experience
1. Carry a light pullover or sweatshirt for your skydive. It can get chilly flying high above the Grand Canyon.
2. Do not skip meals before your skydive. You can have a light breakfast or carry some protein bars along.
3. Pregnant women, those with cardio issues and/or joint problems are advised to consult their doctor before choosing to skydive
4. If you feel anxiety settling in before your skydive, take a few deep breaths in 10-second intervals to help calm the nerves
5. You can complete a few basic warm-up exercises to loosen your muscles before the skydive
6. It’s easy to get carried away in fear; after the first few seconds of your freefall, try and soak in the view as far as possible