What is Solo Skydiving?
Solo skydiving refers to the jumps done by independent skydivers who have experience & training in freefall.Skydivers with a B license do solo jumps. While making a solo jump, the skydivers exit the aircraft from a certain altitude & fly their bodies at approximately 120 MPH. The skydivers then open their own parachutes & fly to the chosen landing zone. Everest Skydive is open for B + license holders, or those who can demonstrate over 200 logged jumps under the regulations of a recognized parachute association of any country. Documents, including FAI License, Logbook and relevant medical certification, have to be submitted. All your equipment will be supplied by Everest Skydive.