Skydiving is one of those extra ordinary adventure activities practiced by a selected few people around the world.

Sport Skydiving started in France after WW2 when the French discovered that they had Parachutes and jumpable aircraft all over the country. Only now they started jumping for fun, or sport, rather than part of a military machine. To this day France has the most active Skydivers of any country in the world, with the U.S.A. at a close second.

Skydivers in South Africa are a relatively small community consisting of just less than a thousand individuals. These people are from all walks of life and seemingly has very little in common. These Skydivers range from students to computer programmers to attorneys, auditors, photographers and everything in-between. Yet on weekends they all share a passion, and a common goal to excel in their sport of jumping out of aircraft… Their sport of skydiving!

Over the decades the pioneers of Skydiving has devised ways to bring the awesomeness of the sport to the average individual while making the sport of skydiving as safe as it can possibly be.

There are three ways for the beginner to experience the thrill of sport parachuting and two ways for the novice to experience the incredible rush of Freefall.

The simplest way to experience Skydiving to it’s full potential without the worry of training is by signing up to do a Tandem Jump.

If however you are one of those people who would like to do it all by yourself, the best way to become a qualified Skydiver is to do an Accelerated Freefall (AFF) course.

If Skydiving is something you have always wanted to do, but never knew how, or who to contact, this is your chance to make that dream come true….