Skydive Perris Blog
If you’re new and wondering what to expect on your first tandem skydive, then check out our guide from entering the plane to your jump!
Indoor skydiving is a sport that nearly everyone can participate in — regardless of age, weight or ability — because of its accessibility.
Since the early 2000s, canopy piloting — diving toward the ground and recovering before impact — has become a safer skydiving discipline.
Though COVID-19 is still an active concern, operations at Skydive Perris have happened safely since late May by adhering to strict guidelines.
When you think you’ve satisfied your skydiving bucket list, you realize it’s just the beginning. Here are seven ways Skydive Perris can help.
It takes at least 3 years to become a certified Tandem Skydive Instructor, but there's so much excitement to experience along the way. We outline the steps you need to take get there.
With enough dedication, you may indeed find your way into the indoor skydiving elite, and have a hugely rewarding job to get you there.
It's great to have Skydive Perris open again after shutting down due to the pandemic, and we've implemented new protocols to ensure our dropzone stays safe.