Beginner’s Tandem Skydive in Wales

£175.00

Experience the thrill of free-fall from 7,000ft with this exhilarating skydive

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Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush with this tandem skydive! You’ll fly up to 7,000ft in the air before the roar of the plane engines softens and you realise your time has come – it’s now or never as you prepare to hurl yourself in to the blue! What follows is a short free fall from the aircraft whilst strapped securely to a qualified instructor! At 6,000ft the instructor deploys the parachute and you’ll enjoy the amazing views over the Gower Peninsula while floating gently into the landing zone guided by an instructor. This really is an exhilarating experience you’ll never forget!

Your voucher is valid for ten months. This experience is available year-round. Maximum weight for men is 16st, maximum weight for females is 13st. Your weight will be checked on the day of the course. Minimum age is 16 – for those under 18 years of age a separate signed letter of consent from a parent or guardian will be required before training commences. Upgrades to a higher sky dive on the day will be payable in cash only and subject to availability. If you are 40 years of age or over you must obtain written approval from your Doctor on the ‘Declaration of Fitness to Parachute’ form before commencing training. To view the ‘declaration of fitness’ form, please click here. You will also need a ‘Declaration of Fitness to Parachute if you have suffered from any of the following: Previous fractures, back strain, arthritis and severe joint sprains. Chronic bronchitis, Asthma, Rheumatic fever, Pneumothorax, Liver or kidney disease, Thyroid, adrenal or other glandular disorder. Chronic ear or sinus disease or any condition which requires the regular use of drugs. Anaemia or have recently donated blood. No person over the age of 50 years will normally be accepted for novice parachute training, other than for Tandem Skydives, where high ages may be acceptable. Exceptions to this rule may be allowed if the candidate either has previous experience or is of a high standard of fitness and can convince the Instructor of that fitness. You will not be allowed to undertake parachute training if you have ever suffered from any of the following medical conditions, unless you and your Doctor have obtained the prior approval of the Medical Advisor to the British Parachute Association (who may be contacted via the address on the ‘Declaration of Fitness’ form): Epilepsy, fits, severe head injury, recurrent blackouts or giddiness, disease of the brain or nervous system, high blood pressure, heart or lung disease, recurrent weakness or dislocation of any limb, diabetes, mental illness, drug or alcohol addiction. Customers will currently need to pay a compulsory BPA membership fee of approximately £30 on the day of their experience.