Indoor Skydiving in Southern California
Our 96-foot tall indoor skydiving wind tunnel is the premier attraction – the only one located on a Drop Zone in Southern California!
Ideal for all ages and skill levels, this multi million-dollar, state-of-the-art vertical wind tunnel allows guests to enjoy the sensation of freefall without the airplane! No need to climb to 13,000 feet. Once you’re floating on the chamber’s powerful column of air, you’ll become familiar with the art of indoor skydiving in just a few minutes. It’s unique and a lot of fun for the whole family.
The vertical wind tunnel is also ideal for jumpers of all levels to advance their skydiving skills. There are specially-designed programs tailored for pre-AFF skydiving students all the way up to competition skydivers that allow them to maximize their performance when they begin their training and jump from an airplane. Programs include one-on-one training for RW or relative work, to learning free flying skills.
Your flight instructor is trained and certified by the IBA (International Bodyflight Association) – he or she is happy to address any questions or concerns about flying or the sport of bodyflight! During training in our classroom, you will learn proper body positioning and hand signals used by our instructors to guide your flight. Remember: Relax and have fun!
After training, your instructor will lead you to the Gear Up counter where you will receive a helmet, flight suit, and goggles to wear during your experience. It’s time to fly! Your instructor will lead you into the Flight Chamber and assist you while entering, flying, and exiting. Remember what you learned during training to help achieve proper technique. Once you nail the basics, the wind tunnel can become your playground! Enjoy an instructor air show once you and your party have finished flying.
Questions? Call our office at (951) 678-4334 and we’d be glad to help you!
Indoor Skydiving Price List
|30-minute first time flier class||2 minutes||$69/person||Call (951) 678-4334|
|30-minute first time flier class||3 minutes||$89/person||Call (951) 678-4334|
|30-minute first time flier class||4 minutes||$109/person||Call (951) 678-4334|
|30-minute first time flier class||5 minutes||$135/person||Call (951) 678-4334|
Indoor Skydiving FAQ
Is There a Weight Limit?
To fly in our wind tunnel, individuals must not weigh over 250lbs. Some exceptions can be made, so please give us a call if you have questions.
Are there any restrictions to flying in the wind tunnel?
We routinely welcome guests as young as three years old! There isn’t a limit on age. Restrictions are based on general fitness and health. It is important that guests: Are not pregnant, have not had issues with prior shoulder dislocation, are not wearing a cast, do not weigh over 250lbs. Exceptions can be made, so please give us a call about this issue. Are at least 3 years of age, are not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, do not have a history of neck, back, or heart conditions. Check with your Doctor.
What should I wear for indoor skydiving?
We recommended that you wear comfortable clothing, such as T-shirts, shorts/pants, and tennis shoes for indoor skydiving. If you have long hair, we recommend bringing a hair tie to keep your hair inside your helmet.
Do I need to make a reservation?
Yes, making a reservation in advance to provide you with the best experience while you’re onsite. This guarantees availability on the day you wish to fly and significantly reduces your wait time. Certain sessions sell out quickly due to increasing demand. To check on availability, view our online reservations. Please note, it’s important to arrive at least 45 minutes prior to your flight time.
What is your refund policy?
We do not offer refunds for any reason. If someone wants to fly in place of another, that can easily be done.
What is included with my flight?
Pre-flight classroom training, flight time in our wind tunnel, flight gear, flight certificate and an experienced instructor
Can I fly with my friends or family members?
While it may sound like fun to fly with family and friends at the same time, when it comes to first-time flyers, safety is our top priority. As such, we only allow one flyer at a time (with their instructor) in the flight chamber. Our complimentary 360 observation area allows for excellent viewing where your loved ones and group members can cheer you on as you experience bodyflight! As you progress in your skills, you will have the opportunity to start flying with others.
If I’m not flying, is it acceptable to bring friends to watch?
Yes, spectators are welcome.
What Is A Vertical Wind Tunnel?
A vertical wind tunnel has large fans located at the top to draw the air upwards through the flight chamber. You will experience a controlled environment providing you with just the right amount of air flow for the utmost flight enjoyment.
What is bodyflight?
In skydiving, different body positions permit an individual to control the way they fall. For example, when in a belly to earth position, extending the legs straight out will permit the individual to fly forward. Bending the legs will permit the individual to fly backward. These ‘flight controls’ include sliding to the left or right, pivoting in position and increasing or decreasing the fall rate. The combination of any of these controls is body flight. Skydivers love flying in a wind tunnel as it allows them to fine tune their controls in a controlled environment.
Many people think skydiving is simply falling to earth followed by the deployment of a parachute and the landing. This is not the case! What individuals do during that free fall is what makes skydiving so much fun! As you’ll learn in indoor skydiving, skydivers are able to control their body flight using different body parts as literal rudders to allow freedom of movement. It’s an incredible sensation! As individuals improve their body flight skills, joining other skydivers to execute preset routines or “dive flows” is incredibly satisfying. These dive flows allow for the measurement of their execution within a specified amount of
time thus creating skydiving competition.
Can I do tricks and flips in the tunnel?
While it may look easy, doing flips and tricks in the wind tunnel takes a lot of practice! To ensure the safety of our guests, advanced maneuvers are reserved for experienced flyers only. During your first flight, depending on your comfort level, you may have the opportunity to try turns, move up, down, front and back. WARNING: Once you get a taste of flying, you will probably want to do it again and again. Take advantage of our repeat flyer package and elevate yourself to the next level of tunnel flying!
What’s indoor skydiving like?
People typically describe the feeling of indoor skydiving like something between flying and floating. It’s similar to the feeling you get in free fall when you go skydiving. Your instructor will assist you at all times to ensure that you maintain a stable body position.
Is Indoor Skydiving Scary?
Indoor skydiving is not scary at all. To begin, you will simply lean forward from the door, until you are supported by the airflow and you will be in flight! You will not experience any sensations of falling or jumping and your experienced instructor will guide you every step of the way.
Is Indoor Skydiving Safe?
Indoor skydiving is a very safe sport. Before you fly, you will go through a safety briefing, so you know what to expect and how to maintain proper body position in the tunnel. Risks are typically limited to minor bumps or scrapes with tunnel walls which you can prevent by wearing elbow and knee pads (if you wish). Your flight instructor will also be within arm’s reach through your entire flight to provide guidance and help you navigate bodyflight.
How Dangerous is Indoor Skydiving?
Indoor skydiving isn’t without risk. Injury can occur when flying and that usually comes from bumping into the walls. The risk is relatively low as we have small children from age 3 able to fly without injury. Flight instructors do accompany flyers in the tunnel to help with body position and controllability.
How long does indoor skydiving last?
Most flight sessions are broken up into two-minute increments. This doesn’t sound like very much time, but once you experience indoor skydiving, you’ll realize that it’s an amazing workout and will tire you quickly. The most well-trained flyers train in two-minute increments. Flying for much longer does cause fatigue and can increase the chance of injury.