Skydiving can be scary at first, but once you take the leap of faith you will feel as free as a bird. You can enjoy the thrill with a skydiving Groupon deal in Florida from Miami Skydiving Center for only $49.
This deal is 51% off and is valued for $100 towards one tandem skydive. You can also purchase the full skydive deal for $159 which includes one tandem skydiving valued at $300.
Miami Skydiving Center is the only drop zone in Miami with RVT Video Technology and scenic flights over the Atlantic Ocean. The center also offers certification in the Accelerated Freefall Program for first solo divers.
Each skydiving experience comes with thirty minutes of pre-flight instruction, gear and a 40 seconds freefall video.
According to a Trip Advisor user, "Great jump! Been several times and staff was great! The site was not extremely beautiful, but you could see out over the ocean."
So, do not expect a mountain view as most of Florida's land is flat.
You can easily reserve your spot online or get a discount in person if you pay in cash. However, the Groupon offers a super deal for those wanting to experience it for the first time.
Skydive photos are sold separately for $99 or $89 in cash. For more information about the Groupon, click here.
Miami Skydiving Center
Price: $49 towards a tandem skydive, $159 for a skydiving flight valued at $300
Where: 14300 SW 129th St. Ste. 201 Miami, FL 33186
Why you need to go: This is the only drop zone and skydiving center in the Miami area.
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