Here at Skydive Mossel Bay, our standard jump is made from 10,000 feet, but you could upgrade up to 14,000 feet with a group of 5 or more (check out #5 on our blog post, “The Best Place to Skydive in South Africa”)!
We’re afraid not. For safety reasons, the Basic Safety Requirements of the Parachute Association of South Africa (PASA) stipulate that only a Category II trained skydiver is permitted to carry a camera on a skydive. Only appropriately trained skydivers, like the Tandem Instructor, will be permitted to take a camera on the skydive. However, there is still an option to purchase a photo/video package if you would like to have your jump recorded.
You should plan to be at the skydiving center for around 2-3 hours on a typical day, though it may be less or more depending on weather and other circumstances.
During this time, you’ll receive a full tandem skydiving brief to prepare you for the jump, and be provided with the equipment you need. We jump people in the order they arrive at the drop zone. We may occasionally be slowed down by adverse weather conditions, in which case, we’ll keep you informed.
If you have any questions about skydiving that we haven’t answered here, such as pricing and what is included, check out our blog, our tandem skydiving page with a detailed Skydiving FAQ, or call to speak with a member of our team and we’ll be glad to help.
If you’re ready to roll, book a skydive with us today!