Skydiving Gift Certificates

Give them a present they’ll never forget!

Skydiving Gift Cert PicThere is no better gift than the gift of adventure! When looking for that special item for someone, you should consider an activity, instead of an item. Skydiving is on most bucket lists, and would make an fantastic and unforgettable present.

No Limits Skydiving makes purchasing and using a gift certificate very simple.  You may order your skydiving certificate by calling us at 434-532-6570, or through emailing us at Most people do have a lot of questions, and we love to answer them. Do not hesitate to call us with your questions or order.

The price for our skydiving gift certificate is $215. This price covers everything; there are no hidden charges once they arrive to redeem their certificate. Once you have made your purchase, we will have your certificate in the mail that day. We can also email you a copy. We have 2 skydiving locations in Virginia and you can use it at either dropzone. The gift card recipient can simply call us to let us know which location they would like to use, and the time that they want to arrive. We’ll be there to show them the time of their lives!!

The holiday season will be here soon, and everyone will be looking for the perfect gift for their loved one. We hope you consider the gift of adventure from No Limits Skydiving.

Tandem Skydiving in Different Seasons

When is the best season to make a skydive?

Wanting to make a Tandem Skydive in Virginia? We skydive at No Limits Skydiving all year, in all 4 seasons. Yes..we even jump during the winter. We shut down in the month of Jan so we can get all ready for the next year, but we open back up in Feb. I get asked all the time what is the best time of year to make my first Tandem Skydive.  If you ask 4 skydivers you will probably get 4 different answers. Let me go over a few highlights of making your jump in each season.

Winter Skydiving

The winter is our slowest time of year but it does offer a different view of earth that can be quite amazing. I have even skydived when there is snow on the ground. Everyone wants to know about the cold but we always dress for the jump. So of course we put extra clothes including gloves so your skydive is comfortable.  It is an interesting perspective to see earth during the winter time from above.

Spring Skydiving

Spring Time is a time of earth waking up and shaking off winter. Seeing patches of green dot the landscape once again makes Spring Time a favorite of many people.  Those days in the spring when you can just wear a T-shirt under your jumpsuit makes everyone smile. Everyone is heading back outdoors, so its alot of people choice to make their skydive.

Summer Skydiving

Summer Time is our busiest time of the year. In our West Point location we skydive right beside the Yorktown River. You can also see the Chesapeake Bay during freefall. I love watching all the boats on the river. They will line up right off shore to watch us skydive since we are so close to the river. I always wonder what the people on the boats are thinking about the people under parachutes.

Fall Skydiving

The Fall Time is MY favorite time. Our Victoria location has such amazing views when the leaves change colors. Many of our students will ask to open the parachute higher so they have more time to see the sights. I love this time of year. The air is a little crisp and you can see all the way to the horizon. The leaves are every color and when the sun hits them at the right angle the whole ground seems to light up.

Come join No Limits Skydiving no matter the time of year you choose, and have the adventure of a lifetime!



Accelerated Freefall Skydiving

What is Accelerated Freefall (AFF) Skydiving?

The Accelerated Freefall, or AFF training method was designed to quickly teach people to become skydivers and canopy pilots. Some people choose to make an AFF jump as their first jump rather than a tandem. The thrill of jumping from a plane and flying your own parachute can’t be matched. For the first AFF jump, two USPA instructors hold onto the student until they deploy their parachute. Each subsequent jump builds on the previous jumps and teaches additional skills. Each student can progress at their own pace, although the USPA requires one jump per 30 days to stay current. If a student starts the AFF program, there is not a required number of jumps.