Seeing the Grand Canyon itself is a lifetime experience and viewing it from the altitude of 15,000 ft is totally exhilarating. This extreme activity is available at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. You'll soar above its deepest, widest, and most colourful parts. No wording would be sufficient to describe the vistas you are going to see during your freefall. The photos cannot even convey all the beauty. You have to experience it!
The whole tour takes about two hours; time depends on the number of participants. The group can be up to 15 individuals. The plane reaches the altitude in about 25 minutes, and the fall itself takes 3 to 7 minutes, depending on the weather, as well as the weight of the skydiver. The speed of such a freefall may reach up to 220 kph (124 mph) which is incredibly thrilling. And the most important—you don't need any previous experience, as qualified tandem instructors provide pre-jump training.
Tandem Skydiving is available year-round, it's weather-dependent, with a shifting schedule in different seasons. Paragon Skydive is located at the Grand Canyon National Park Airport.