One thing for sure is that there is plenty of air… and you can breathe quite normally!
How Fast Do You Fall?
During freefall you reach a speed of nearly 200 km/h. Once the parachute is open, the speed decreases to around 20 km/h and you can enjoy your flight over Ljubljana for about 5 minutes.
Do I Have To Be In Special Physical Condition To Tandem Jump?
No, anyone in good health can enjoy this experience. But however, when making the booking you should inform us, if you weight more than 90 kg. The minim weight to jump is 35kg.
Where Is An Airport Located?
We are jumping from Ljubljana nearest airport Šentvid pri Stični. Options are also at sea side Portorož or beautiful area of Bovec surrounded by mountains.
When Can I Jump?
After you book a tandem you should contact us via email ([email protected]) or telephone (00386 31 208 542) and we will try to arrange experience of your life time based on your wishes.
Is there an age restriction?
The only important thing is that you feel comfortable skydiving. However, the person should be at least 135 cm tall. Persons younger than 18 years need approval of their parents. There is no upper age limit for tandem jump.
Is skydiving something you can do all year round?
The skydiving season in Slovenia lasts from the middle of March, until the middle of November, when the temperatures are appropriate for skydiving. Every once in a while we organise some skydiving days outside of the skydiving season, but we would strongly advise against it to our customers, because due to the low temperatures and a harsher envoirnment then necessary, you will not get the very best experience possible.
Is it safe to do a tandem skydive?
People often ask us about skydiving safety, which is totally understandable. If you’re trying something new that you’re unfamiliar with, you may want to know the risks. Like any sport, there are risks involved with skydiving. But in everything we do, we try to mitigate those risks as much as possible. Skydiving is awesome, and the last thing we want is for you to not enjoy your experience because you’re concerned about safety. Or worse, for you to never experience the joy of skydiving at all!