Caracas Fly Overview
Visiting Caracas Fly is an incredible experience that cannot be missed when traveling to Venezuela. This indoor skydiving facility is one of the most innovative in the world, with its high-quality materials creating one of the quietest wind tunnels in the world. Unlike open-air skydiving, Caracas Fly allows visitors to fly in a controlled environment with no need for a parachute or other specialized equipment, making it perfect for beginners and experienced flyers alike.
The wind tunnel at Caracas Fly is designed to simulate real-world conditions while ensuring maximum comfort and safety. It consists of turbine fans connected to a sophisticated computer system that can generate wind speeds of over 300 km/h. This allows both beginners and advanced flyers to practice different maneuvers and techniques in complete safety, as well as giving adrenaline junkies the thrill they crave.
The facility also offers several special events and packages for those looking for an even more unique experience. From romantic flights for couples, fun group activities or simply learning how to fly on your own, you’ll find something that suits you perfectly at Caracas Fly. Additionally, professional instructors will be there to guide you through the experience, every step of the way, so there’s no need to worry if you’re new to skydiving!
Caracas Fly has quickly become one of the top attractions in Venezuela since opening its doors in 2022; more and more people are visiting this amazing facility every day seeking an unforgettable flying adventure! Whether you’re looking for thrill or relaxation, make sure not to miss out on this fantastic opportunity when visiting Venezuela!
Caracas Fly Flyer Information
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You should not fly if you are pregnant or have previous shoulder dislocations.
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Caracas Fly Competitions & Events
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Beginners Guide to Indoor Skydiving
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