You can do tandem skydiving in any weather conditions that you could think of. Divers can choose to jump in clear skies or cloudy skies, depending on whether or not they want to avoid a blind.
One of the most perfect tandem sky-dives is when the sky is overcast. This type of dive offers an incredible sense of freedom. Since the visibility is reduced to almost nothing, you can see everything from a great distance.
You can also perform a smooth tandem in a dome, if you know how to arrange your gear. While the dome canopy is more bulky, it also provides far more visibility than a simpler canopy. It also offers better visibility over water as opposed to land.
You must also know that to skydive, you have two control factors. The first is your ability to hit the ground, and the second is whether or not the canopy base will act as a barrier.
If you have a stable base to support your canopy, you can sky dive in any weather conditions. But you can’t be too sure about the canopy. If you don’t have a good base, then you can expect that the wind will blow off your skydive gear and wind might blow the canopy.
When it comes to the conditions that you need to prepare for, you can’t afford to make a mistake. The sky is unpredictable and the sun can change at any time. You need to have all the equipment you need ready.
You need to know which way you are heading and exactly where you will be landing. Knowing where you will be landing will prevent you from missing your landing site. Without knowing the weather conditions, you can expect to miss a jump due to bad weather. It’s a common mistake for skydivers to want to jump during the day only to land when it rains.
It is also important to know the location of your canopy base. Some people don’t realize that it is very difficult to land in dense forest. You need to be sure that the canopy base is somewhere near your landing zone, otherwise you might not be able to land.
Knowing where your canopy base is can also keep you from getting tangled up with the surrounding trees. Many divers land in dense tree areas, making it difficult to get your canopy back. A canopy base can help you free yourself from the trees so you can land.
You should also keep a lookout for birds during your skydiving trip. You might see a bird watching guide bird and that will be an opportunity to observe a rare bird species. Another opportunity is when you may spot a hawk, owl or some other raptor that you haven’t seen before.
But, it is much more difficult to land in the area between your canopy base and the landing zone. The canopy gives you some stability while you take off but the wind can turn and throw you off course. As a result, you should make sure that you check for a nice landing area when you are skydiving.
You also need to be sure that you take the time to learn how to properly land your tandem skydiving gear and your canopy base. It’s one of the most important skills you need to learn.