Sky Dive Honolulu

SKYDIVING 

Take the big leap

Does falling at 120 miles per hour disgrace the view? Nah. But it ups the thrill. Take a lesson and dive tandem – instructors are licensed members of USPA – and especially clear days promise views of Pearl Harbor, the North Shore, Diamond Head and beyond to neighboring islands.

What We Love:

  • The initial rush of leaping through the jump door
  • Air acrobatics (Spin! Flip!)
  • The stark quiet after the chute's been pulled
  • A perspective you won't get anywhere else

Honolulu Sky Diving

TANDEM SKYDIVING

Tandem skydiving is for those who have never tried skydiving and/or those who’d like to enjoy the experience guided by an expert. Upon arrival, you’ll check in, sign a form and watch a brief video. Make your mark on an electronic waiver and you’re on your way. You’ll receive personalized training, though your instructor will take care of anything advanced: Just put on a four-point harness, attach to your instructor, leap at 14,000 feet and enjoy. An oversized parachute will gently lower you both to the grass below. Skydiving school is also available, but not conducive to visitors on short vacations.

Sky Diving in Honolulu, Hawaii

PACIFIC SKYDIVING CENTER

The Pacific Skydiving Center boasts a 100% safety record. For first-timers or participants feeling anxious, trainers strike the right balance of enthusiasm and patience, sharing their knowledge of parachuting along with reassurances from take-off to the jump and landing. In inclement weather, the staff will keep you informed of weather conditions and give you the option of waiting or rescheduling.

Skydiving in Honolulu

SKYDIVE HAWAII

Skydive Hawaii is known for its strong track record and detail-oriented, patient instructors. With the formalities out of the way – a list of dos-and-don’ts headlined by one simple directive: Don’t panic! – your instructor will focus on helping you maximize the experience. Savor the 60-second free fall, scan for whales breaching in the ocean and let the island call you gently to the ground.


  • Skydiving in Honolulu, Hawaii

    If you are visiting between November and February, don’t miss Waimea Bay on the North Shore where the island’s top surfers take on 30-foot waves


IN SHORT / WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

Honolulu, Hawaii Sky Diving
  • For privacy, women may wish to wear pants and a tuck-able shirt.
  • Make sure your sinuses are clear before you jump – there's less oxygen where you're headed.
  • Jumpers must be over 18 and not weigh over 250 pounds.
Hawaii Sky Diving

Skydive Hawaii Need To Know
Address: Dillingham Airfield, 
68-760 Farrington Hwy., Box 1, 
Waialua, HI 96791
Phone: (808) 945-0222
Web Address: www.skydivehawaii.com
Distance/Drive: 35 miles from THE MODERN HONOLULU
Brief directions from THE MODERN HONOLULU: Take H-1 to H-2, continue to Wilikina Drive, continue to Kaukonahua Road, continue to Farrington Highway, continue to Goodale Avenue, continue to Farrington Highway, turn left. Destination is on the left.

Pacific Skydiving Center
Address: Dillingham Airfield, 68-760 Farrington Hwy., Waialua, HI 96791
Phone: (808) 637.7472
Web Address: www.pacificskydivinghawaii.com
Distance/Drive Time: 35 miles from THE MODERN HONOLULU – less than one hour.
Brief directions from THE MODERN HONOLULU: Take H-1 to H-2, continue to Wilikina Drive, continue to Kaukonahua Road, continue to Farrington Highway, continue to Goodale Avenue, continue to Farrington Highway, turn left. Destination is on the left.

Sky Diving in Hawaii

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