We’re now taking advance reservations for an incredible North Pole Skydive, set for April 1st to 4th. Skydive at the top of the world with members of our elite Everest Skydive team. The adventure begins and ends in Norway and includes an incredible jump from a Russian IL-76 and a night at Barneo Ice Camp. Call 800-644-7382 for details.
Don’t miss your only chance to skydive high over Florida this year. On Friday, October 13th, Skydive Everest’s Tom Noonan will be in DeLand, Florida, overseeing a special day of high-altitude tandem jumps. DeLand is located just 35 miles from Orlando and is one of the best places in Florida to skydive.
The cost is just $1750 each and includes video. No prior skydiving experience is required. You’ll jump from over 20,000 feet up, wearing oxygen and experience extended high-speed freefall. Call 800-644-7382 to reserve your chute.
The city of Portland, TN gave Incredible Adventures Eclipse Day HAHO Jumpers a grand welcome.
The city’s mayor surprised skydivers and IA team members by presenting everyone with special t-shirts, commemorating the event.
The jumps were incredible and memories were made that will last a lifetime.
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A series of rare, military-style, high-altitude skydives took place over Portland, TN on August 21, both during and after the day’s total eclipse. Accompanied by a team of elite jump professionals, an international group of adventurers made both tandem “HAHO” and “HALO” jumps, enjoying an unrivaled view of the sky and setting several records.
Accompanied by a team of elite jump professionals, three Canadians, including international businessman and philanthropist Frank Giustra, completed tandem HAHO jumps that kept them in the air nearly 30 minutes during the day’s total and partial eclipse. They became the first to ever make high-altitude tandem jumps during a total eclipse. They were fitted with special eclipse-viewing goggles and supplemental oxygen for their jumps.
“It was surreal to watch a dark shadow cast over the ground below us as a halo of light remained on the horizon,” said team member Frank Giustra, who skydived with friends, to celebrate his 60th birthday.