Skydiving Experience Days: Tandem Skydiving in Cambridge at March’s Chatteris Airfield is the most popular choice amongst all drop zoners, as the beautiful countryside and the number of jumps facilitated at London’s closest skydiving centre make this fantastic parachuting airfield the UK’s most popular. With magnificent views of the countryside below, 30 seconds of free fall and a dedicated airfield with two planes running all day – a skydive in Cambridgeshire comes very highly recommended for more than just those coming from London! The rush of adrenaline as the hatch opens coupled with the insane feeling of falling 5,000ft at a speed of 120mph are what makes a tandem skydive one of the most unforgettable experiences in any lifetime. Your Tandem Skydive experience in March, Cambridge will begin with signing the registration forms – before moving into the classroom for a safety and technique brief. Then, once loaded with the theory, you’ll move to the safety mats ready to begin practising the roll techniques, and where to place your head and legs throughout the jump. Then, it’s time to don the safety gear (boiler suit, cap, goggles & gloves) and hit the plane ready to fly to 10,000ft! Sat between the legs of your instructor and attached to their chest by your back, you’ll be in one of two rows of skydivers – and once at the desired height, the hatch will open and the skydiving begins! One by one, the instructors will shuffle you up to the door where you’ll dangle your legs over the edge, ready to roll forward and fall 10,000ft! Once you’ve fallen 5,000ft (in around 30 seconds) your instructor will deploy the parachute, and you’ll begin the gentle part of activity as you float back down to earth. Once back at ground level, you’ll be presented with a personalised certificate of your jump.This Cambridgeshire Tandem Skydive is the ultimate gift for adrenaline junkies, or anyone looking to experience the thrilling rush of free-fall! Surprise them with an Experience Days voucher today.
Tandem Skydive Cambridge
Tandem Skydive Cambridge.