Inkblot tests are easy—the answer is always clouds. Today's Groupon takes you straight into the source of the Rorschach and prepares you to face an even greater mental challenge. For $115, you get a tandem jump (a $185 value) and T-shirt (a $20 value) at Skydive Tampa Bay. The jump is done with an experienced instructor, not just the T-shirt. Cross something off your bucket list with a team that has an unbeatable safety record and impeccable grooming habits.
Skydive Tampa Bay hires only experienced, sweet-smelling skydive veterans licensed by the United States Parachute Association. These plummetologists have earned national and international championships, multiple world records, and ribbons at pie-eating contests. For additional levels of safety, there is a staff of FAA-certified parachute riggers that maintain the equipment and keep all parachutes in working order and monkey free. Skydive Tampa Bay instructors will guide you with equipment operation every step of the way.
We know this won't be an easy decision for you. It's a great deal—and a chance at an extraordinary adrenaline rush—but do you have it in you to take the plunge? Maybe you're the career thrill-seeker who chews up adventure and spits out stories. Or maybe you're more like us, ordinary Janes and Joes, nine-to-fivers, worker bees who aren't sure they're cut out for real adventure. But here's a Groupon secret to transform your life: bees can fly.
Four Dropzone users give Skydive Tampa Bay a perfect five-star rating:
- Even if you have never been to this DZ they will treat you as their friend...This is a crew you can trust with your life! I have had nothing but good times there. – jniyork
- Very friendly and helpful staff. Felt like everybody there was friends and we were welcomed with open arms. Cool vibe, good location...if you enjoy the charm and camaradarie [sic] of a smaller DZ check out this place. – gravitysucks
Skydive Tampa Bay
The licensed skydive veterans of Skydive Tampa Bay have accompanied customers soaring from the bellies of airplanes since 1978. These plummetologists have earned national and international championship titles and multiple world records, and now start beginners on a path to their own air-bound accolades with introductory tandem jumps. Lessons begin with on-ground instruction before instructors securely attach students to their torsos like thrill-seeking mother kangaroos and freefall for two miles. After students learn the basics through tandem dives, instructors put them through the Accelerated Freefall Program, which includes classroom time, ground training, solo jumps, and post-dive critiques of freefall techniques and maneuvers.