As of January 1, 2018, all licensed skydivers new to the Palm dropzone are required to hold a USPA D-license (or its equivalent) with a minimum of 1,000 logged skydives. If you’ve already skydived at the dropzone you are now required to have a USPA D-License (or its equivalent), plus a minimum of 800 logged skydives. These changes have come into effect due to ongoing construction projects taking place around the dropzone.
All skydivers must comply with the Palm Dropzone's currency requirements and must have logged one skydive in the last 180 days. Please make sure your log book is up-to-date and stamped and signed by a licensed skydiver. If you need a recurrency skydive, you will first need to visit our Desert Dropzone.
It is recommended that skydivers hold insurance policies that cover both first- and third-party liability.
To receive the full briefing information and waiver, please contact our staff directly using the form below.
Skydive Dubai reserves the right to close its dropzones or cancel operations without prior notice. Skydive Dubai will not be responsible for any incidental expenses or consequential losses that anyone may incur as a result of planned or unexpected dropzone closures, including but not limited to visas, airline tickets, hotel, taxi fare, etc.