Skydiving in Braga, Portugal not far from (Pontevedra)

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Location: Braga, Portugal not far from (Pontevedra)

Duration: 1 hour

Participants: 1 person

What's included?:

  • Safety briefing with monitor.
  • Equipment: jumpsuit, harness, helmet, gloves and glasses.
  • Ascent in light aircraft to 3300 meters (10800 feet).
  • Tandem parachute jump with instructor including a freefall of 35-40 seconds.
  • Parachute descent of 6-8 minutes.

There's no sensation on earth that can compare with the thrill of your first skydive. The adrenaline rush of the jump, those first intense seconds of free fall, followed by the sudden jolt and slowdown as the parachute opens.

And then the smooth, incredibly peaceful descent back to solid earth, as you glide gently across the sky towards the landing zone, the breeze ruffling your hair and magnificent vistas stretching out for kilometers beneath your feet.

A mind-blowingly awesome experience that will change the way you see the world (and yourself!) forever.

What do you get?

  • First you'll meet your qualified instructor and receive a safety briefing, where we explain exactly what you can expect from your jump and provide you with all the necessary equipment. (15 mins duration)
  • Next our plane will fly us to our jumping point at a height of 3300 meters (approx 10800ft). (20 mins duration).
  • Securely attached to your instructor, you'll make your jump and enjoy a thrilling 35-40 seconds of freefall, followed by up to 6-8 minutes of slow descent to the landing area.


Palmeira Aerodrome in Braga (Portugal).


Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year. If you are in a group you may check availability for any day of the week.


Wear comfortable sports clothes and shoes.

Special conditions

  • Maximum weight: 100kg.
  • Maximum height: 2 meters.
  • Individuals suffering from serious heart or bone conditions will not be premitted to jump.
  • Pregnant women are not permitted to jump.
  • Participants must not scuba dive within 24 hours prior to the jump.


Adverse weather conditions can sometimes make skydiving impossible. If your jump is called off for bad weather, a new, alternative date will be offered.