Is there an age limit to skydive in Savannah?

When you arrive, we'll have you authorize a few papers as a legal waiver. You'll need to be at the minimum 18 years of age to sign this legally binding agreement, which is a requirement when skydiving in Savannah. This requirement is not only implemented when skydiving in Savannah, Georgia, it is also mandatory throughout the USA.

Exactly what is the price to skydive?

The amount of money you'll spend for skydiving jumps depends on the type of that experience. If you want the most affordable option for skydiving in Savannah, we recommend tandem skydiving. Typically, rates depend also on the cost of gasoline and the current seasonal demand. To learn more about our rates, please call us directly and let our experts answer your questions.

Is a filming of my skydiving jump provided to me?

Savannah Skydiving's video bundles provide the very best recording options available. We'll record a short video interview with you right before you get aboard and on the plane ride to the jump location. You'll receive the entire process of your dive as the videographer will make your jump with you in order to record your freefall as well. We'll even get those last moments when you land as the videographer will ground before you do.

Can I bring my own camera?

We encourage jumpers to bring their own cameras! However, skydivers are not permitted to bring their own camera on the aircraft.

Exactly how fast and high can I go?

The altitude that each skydiving experience is performed at is dependent on the weather and wind for the day. Most tandem skydives are conducted at a maximum of 14,000 feet over the ground. You can expect to hit speeds of up to 120mph within the first few moments of your freefall.

Can a group of friends jump all at once?

For the most part, we do our best to ensure you have the best possible group to dive with. You might be able to jump all together, but take into consideration a couple of factors first. There is a very quick delay in between you and each jumper from the plane, which means that you may not freefall and canopy ride at the same time. We will do our best to satisfy any request you and your group may have. There is a small delay in between each jumper so jumping on the same plane load as your friends doesn't mean you will be next to them during the freefall and canopy ride. Some couples and groups actually like to go on separate loads so they can observe their loved ones freefall and landing from the ground.

What if a friend or family member does not want to jump?

Guests are welcomed to come with you to watch your sky diving adventure even when they do not want to jump themselves. Those who come with you and will not jump will be invited to stay on the ground in the viewing area.