Skydiving Gift Vouchers

Give the Gift of a Lifetime

Skydiving Gift Vouchers

Birthdays, Gifts And Much More

Skydives are an exciting and unusual gift and make ideal presents for Christmas and Birthdays. A tandem jump could be an alternative wedding or anniversary present to the traditional toaster, or an unusual stag or hen party and they make for interesting corporate incentives too.

Tandem Skydiving Gift Voucher

Tandem skydiving gift vouchers valid for one year. Give the voucher and let them pick a day of their choice with us!

from £199 upwards

AFF Level 1 Gift Voucher

2-Day AFF Level 1 Training Course Includes Ground Training and AFF Level 1 Skydive from 15,000 Ft. A perfect gift voucher present valid for 1 year - simply pick a date of your choice!

£379

Static Line Course Gift Voucher

2-Day Static Line Parachute Course. Includes Comprehensive Ground-Training and Static Line Parachute Jump from 4,000 Ft.

£195

Our Gift Vouchers

Your skydiving gift voucher will be posted by First Class Royal Mail in a plain white envelope with no skydive markings within two working days.

You can redeem your voucher online, or contact our Reservations Team with your name and voucher number and arrange a date for your skydive.

Still have questions? Our reservations team are available Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm on 01652 648837.

More about the Tandem Skydive

The tandem jump is our most popular gift option. Up to a half day experience, it requires around 20 minutes of classroom training beforehand and freefall lasts for just under a minute reaching speeds of 120mph so it’s the ideal one-off experience of a lifetime!

Jumpers will be provided with all the necessary equipment including the parachute, jumpsuit, goggles, gloves and the all-important instructor.

Please be aware that there is a maximum weight limit of 16 stones (100Kgs) fully clothed.

 

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