Vegas Indoor Skydiving is an indoor skydiving facility located in the heart of The Strip in Las Vegas. The individual ... More
Vegas Indoor Skydiving
Vegas Indoor Skydiving is an indoor skydiving facility located in the heart of The Strip in Las Vegas. The individual experiences a simulated sky dive: The chamber has a trampoline floor, padded walls, and a vertical tunnel that shoots up air strong enough to support the weight of a person. The result is the sensation of free-fall in a controlled environment.
The whole staff are basicly a giant family and its easy to tell the place has the atmosphere of a family home (with a giant fan in the living room) The wait is a little long but only because there are so many people that want to do this but it is deffinately worth the wait. Deffinately something I suggest everyone tries at least once.
What's not to love about a place who's motto is "share the love"? and with vegas indoor skydiving that's what you get! this december has been amazingly busy so the crew has had to erally cut down on some interaction time but you're always greeted as you walk in the door with a smile and you can approach any instructor whenever they're not teaching and get them to spill their guts about flying. these are people who absolutely love their job and make sure they show it to the general public. from the time you sign up to the time you walk into the tunnel, there is an instructor who is ready to answer all your questions. your actual flight time gets split up usually between 5 people generally and you normally spend about 15 minutes inside the tunnel "finding your wings" it's ok if you don't catch on at first, because there are 4 other people laughing with you and you get blasted by winds up to 120 mph! yes it does get hot in the tunnel. considering this is las vegas and it's always hot, the fact that they send over 120 people through the tunnel everyday means they barely get a chance to slow the fan down. The temperature does get pretty warm in the tunnel, but not to the point that it's uncomfortable. it may not be as nail biting as skydiving, but this takes playing with fans to a whole new level. the price is a little steep, but there are way to help offset the "terribly" expensive costs. just ask and someone will be glad to help you figure them out. besides, you can't have this much fun on 75-85 bucks anywhere else in vegas. i've flown numerous times and plan to fly again when i come back to vegas. vegas indoor skydiving, you rock!!
I thought it would be neat to compare indoor skydiving to "real" skydiving. There is no comparison. You are only in the "air" for a total of about 3 minutes. It is VERY hot in there and while it is kind of a neat experience it is soooo not worth the price.
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