Our skydiving operation is run over the north coast of Mombasa. Not only are the beautiful sand beaches of Kenya the perfect soft and safe landing zone for your first skydive, but they are also a highly recommended attraction for experienced skydivers. Visit us at Vipingo Ridge Beach Club and join us for this adrenaline and once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Sentient Skies Ltd. is a Kenyan company owned by a born Kenyan and the first female Kenyan skydiving instructor. Skydiving Kenya team is managed by one of the most known European tandem instructor associations, Tandem Experts. The association itself provides the company with the most experienced tandem instructors from Europe.
Find out answers to frequently asked questions about skydiving in Kenya and generally tandem skydiving like Is skydiving dangerous? How do I prepare for a tandem skydive? What can go wrong during tandem Skydive? Fear of heights and skydiving? Is it hard to breathe in free fall?
First, you find our lovely Skydiving Kenya staff at the reception that will help you fill-up the documentation and do all the paperwork required for a tandem skydive. After that our skydiving instructors will take over. You will get a short briefing about the skydive...
A tandem skydive allows anybody to feel the adrenaline rush of a skydive jump without ever having any previous experience. The tandem instructor will care about all necessary procedures during your skydive, while you enjoy the ride and the rush from falling through the sky.
The great advantage of tandem skydiving is that it is not necessary to undergo a medical examination. If you have any questions regarding health and skydiving, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to advise you.
Unlike standard skydiving course, which can take several weeks, before going on the tandem skydive, you will only get 10 minute training breifing where the tandem instructor will explain the basic principles of skydiving.
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