Family Photos

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Dianne Holmes and her family came to Skydive Orange to make tandem skydives! They decided to take their family photos in Skydive Orange shirts, which we think is an awesome idea! Dianne said, “It was quite an adventure and one that we enjoyed as a family. Skydive Orange was a great place to spend my 50th!”

skydive family photo
What a beautiful collage!

It was an absolute pleasure to work with Dianne and her whole family; we hope to see them back soon. We wish Dianne all the best for her 50th birthday and many more to come!

Do you have a loved one that seems to just have everything, and you don’t know what to get them for their birthday? Skydive Orange offers gift certificates! You can surprise them with a skydive, who wouldn’t love that?! Give someone you love a gift they’ll never forget!

Call (703) 759-3483 or email skydive@cfw.com today!  We will process your request, and send the certificate via email or USPS mail that same day.  Gift certificates are valid for up to two years and are transferable, but non-refundable. 

Or perhaps your interested in making a tandem skydive yourself. During a tandem skydive, a student skydiver is attached to a certified USPA tandem instructor by a harness.  While attached to your instructor, together you will exit the plane, descend in freefall, and pilot a single canopy to the ground.  For most people who want a one-time skydiving experience, a tandem skydive is the method to choose.  Twenty minutes before your jump you will be introduced to your tandem instructor who will outfit you with all the necessary gear.  You will also meet your videographer, if applicable.

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Skydive Orange Tandem Skydive

Sharon Taylor

Ivy, VA

One of the most amazing experiences of my life. Hard to describe the joy and exhilaration, you have to experience it for yourself!

The largest tandem skydiving center near Northern Virginia, Washington D.C. and Maryland.

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