• Future Site of SkyDrenaline Zone

    Fly Above The Clouds

  • Skydiving

    Experience the Thrill of Freefall

  • Skydiving

    Learn To Skydive

  • Skydiving

    Guam's First Skydiving School

Skydive With SkyDrenaline Zone

Flying above the clouds and falling toward the earth at 120mph is an unforgetable adventure. One of the most exciting, adrenaline-filled experiences you're likely to ever have, no sport comes close to skydiving. No matter whether you're a first time jumper or a current United States Parachute Association (USPA) licensed skydiver, just about anyone 18 years or older and less than 230 pounds can take to the skies. You don’t need to be an athlete to participate in skydiving but the better shape you’re in the more enjoyable the experience.

Not quite ready to make the jump? Try SkyDrenaline Zone's indoor/outdoor vertical wind tunnel (VWT) and experience the thrill of skydiving in a safe, controlled environment. Learn More


First Time Jumps

Accelerate Freefall (AFF)

An accelerated learning program where first-time students learn to skydive with their own parachute system, experiencing the thrill of freefall. After five to six hours of ground training, you make a jump from 10,500 to 13,500 feet with two freefall instructors at your side. The instructors fall with you from the moment you leave the aircraft until opening, assisting as necessary. You then deploy your own parachute at approximately 5,500 feet and make a solo canopy decent, with radio instruction guiding you to a safe landing.


Static Line/Instructor Assisted Deployment (IAD)

On this type of jump, you'll wear an individual parachute system. You'll climb out of the airplane, and as you exit, either a tethered strap or your instructor will deploy your parachute for you. Your parachute opens immediately and you make a solo canopy decent, with radio instruction guiding you to a safe landing.


Earn Your Skydiving License

After your second skydive, your next goal should be to earn your skydiving license. The USPA (United States Parachute Association) has been issuing skydiving licenses for over 50 years. It starts with your skydiving A license, which you can earn after a minumim of 25 jumps and completion of a proficiency card signed by your instructor. Your A license is your credential to jump at virtually any drop zone in the world and is also the first stepping stone to more advanced skydiving licenses.

Please contact us for details on how to get started.


SkyDrenaline Zone © 2016. All Rights Reserved. Terms & Privacy
Content

To Take Flight

Please contact us or call 671.989.8471 or 671.988.7041 if you have any questions and/or concerns.

IMPORTANT: If flyer DOES NOT meet the "To Take Flight" criteria, a cancellation charge will be assessed if reservations are made.

Content

Arrival

What To Wear

What To Bring

Please contact us or call 671.989.8471 or 671.988.7041 if you have any questions and/or concerns.