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USPA membership Required
AADs Required
Hook turns Allowed

What it costs


Tandem jumps from 249 USD
Jump tickets at 27 USDto 13500ft
Video available at 79 USD

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Turbine Caravan

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Load Org

Where we jump


Homestead General Aviation Airport
LAT: 25.4961996120268
LNG: -80.55064201355

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28730 SW 217 AVE, Homestead, Florida, 33030, United States
305-759-3483
305-245-6160 (FAX)
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Half of the staff is definetely in it only for the money and totally unfriendly; Place for tandems and fun jumpers if there is slots available.. Students, go to others places!

The facility does not even have a nice outside place to chill or anything to protect you from the sun and you're not really welcomed inside except at the counter with your credit card.

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We were there last weekend for the second time and had a great time. My girlfriend was two jumps short on getting her A-Licence and has never jumped there before. The administration and the instructors were uncomplicated and straight forward and she was able to finish in one morning.
Great fun jumpers always around for different disciplines.
We will always come back to this dropzone.

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The best thing about Skydive Miami is that its located not too far from the city or the keys. The next best is Brett Scaglione my IAF instructor and Fred Whitsitt the owner, some of the friendliest people I have met.

After doing a tandem every year since 2011, last year I finally decided to get my A license so I enrolled into their IAF course. Thats when the professionalism went down hill. I paid for and reserved my first 3 IAF jumps in advance as well as ground school. No issues with the first jump, however the next 2 were hell. I had scheduled my second jump 1 week in advanced only to arrive and be told that there was a "weather delay" and to wait 5 hours or come the next day. I smiled cause I noticed there wasnt a cloud in the sky, the winds were 5 mph and the dropzone was full of tandem jumpers. I arrived the next day, and my instructor asked why I never showed up the day before. I replied that I was told there was a weather delay. He said they were jumping since sunrise to sundown. WOW!!

The third jump was the following week and this time when I got to the dropzone, no one knew I had reserved a jump for that day even though I called the day before to confirm. So, all the tandems jumped before me and it was a mission to get an instructor to jump with me. Now here comes the good part. Ground school!!

I show up, and again no one had a clue that I had reserved ground school except an instructor in training who came to observe the class, even though I called to confirm the day before. I heard manifest and instructors discuss who was going the do the ground school with me and to my surprise no one wanted to. Finally Brett reluctantly said he'd do it even though he was scheduled to do tandems that day. However, after 2 hours manifest tells Brett that a group of tandems just showed up and that he'd have to stop the class. Manifest calls me to the front and tells me to come back later in the week and finish ground. I abruptly leave as I have had enough. After driving for 15 minutes I turn back to ask for a refund when I get there, the instructor in training who came to observe the class told me he spoke to Fred, the owner and informed him of what was going on. We finished the class, I thanked them for their time and never came back.

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My first time there, in spring of 2013 wasn't the best experience, because of the long waiting time to get on a load. Few weeks ago I' decided to return there ( I' use to jump at Skydive Sebastian ) because of the short distance, ( 32 miles - 40 minutes ) from my home, in Doral ( Miami West side ). Also, now I've find out over Facebook a group of Free Flyers named Miami Freefly, ( this is my favourite discipline ). The issue of slow turnaround can be eased by pre-planning your day of jump with your friends, to make sure you will be on all loads you want to be, so, the Caravan climb fast, ( when it lands, the pilot need to wait the van returning from the landing area to carry the tandem instructors and/or the videographers ) the landing area is good, and, with experience now ( 439 jumps ) I've noted that, in case of cutaway, and you are low, you still have a lot of fields to land, just aim the center for the field, because on side there are power lines, water canal, fences, etc. and you are safe, while in Sebastian is not that easy, you may find yourself on top of a neiborhood. They have packers and rigging service. Now also a truck food close by, if you want have some launch. You won't find famous Load Organizers, but the community is growing well. In my personal case, I'm saving about 900 dollars per month, of gas, toll and hotel fee, considering 3 weekend out of 4, in a month. At end of days, is the people who meet there to jump that make the difference. Remember: wingsuiting is not allowed. Who cares?

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From the first time I walked in the door, the professional staff and fun jumpers made me feel at home. They took the time to fully brief me on all the aspects of the landing area, the obstacles, and orient me to the DZ. I was included in all the jumps from a 3 way up to an 8 way. The other fun jumpers shared their techniques and experiences. The senior staff gave me pointers on improving my skills and finishing my ratings. I had a great weekend and will be back as many times as I can. The folks here are authentic.

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I have been jumping since the 80`s. This place is magic..... You have even women Sky-Gods.....

Do I need to say more......

Check it out please!

Greetings from Norway.
Jan-Hugo

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I have no idea what some people are talking about in terms of this place being a tandem factory. The operation is very small, so the plane can only go up when there are tandems available. That's why they are not 100% sure what their hours will be. This is the case at many drop zones I've been to though. However, the scenery was spectacular, the staff was awesome, and the people there were just generally nice. I didn't have a jumpsuit so some random guy sitting on a bench who was waiting for someone to show up with his rig let me use his. I didn't even ask. He just offered it. One of the instructors who very experienced in four way jumped with my friend and I and helped coached us, just to be nice.

The only semblance of a "con" is the fact that when they run out of tandems or don't have enough fun jumpers, they have to shut down for the day... but you are in MIAMI. If you can't find something else fun to do until tomorrow, you suck.

I will DEFINITELY come back here as I can.

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I just spent a couple days at Skydive Miami. The staff was helpful and polite. The ride up was quick. The landing area was safe and totally clear of any obstacles. For myself the 30 second bus ride back from the landing area is definitely worth it as it gives you a lot more room for error(it is a huge open grassy field). There was room on every load for fun jumpers even with a lot of tandems in cue. Overall it was great place and I would not hesitate booking a return trip.

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I jumped at Z-Hills for three years. I did my AFF there and got my A license there. Great DZ, we all know it, enough said.

I found out I was moving to Key Largo and started researching DZ's. I found SkyDive Miami on this site and got a little concerned based on some of the negative reviews. I decided to go visit the DZ for myself and check it out.

Those negative reviews (in my opinion) could not be more wrong!! I walked in the door and was greeted by Fred (head honcho). Told him I had my A and just moved nearby. He dropped what he was doing and gave me the grand tour of the place. He got my paperwork squared away and was very disappointed that I wasn jumping that day. I told him I was just checking things out and he understood.

I've been jumping there for about 6 months now. Everyone is great. It's a very enthusiastic enviornment that focuses on instruction, safety and fun. They do little events and contests all the time for all skill levels.

Yes, you have to take a shuttle back from the LZ to the main building; but it takes all of 30 seconds. If that's what's going to throw you off then I'd suggest that you'd probably find something else to get upset about anyway. And because it's not a high volume DZ you can't alway just show up and get on a load. So I plan better now than I had to at Z-Hills. It's good for me!!!

SkyDive Miami is my new home DZ and I'm looking forward to meeting any of you who decide to join us.

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I have been in the sport four years and have nearly 200 jumps.

On my quest to locate and jump at new drop zones, I ran across Skydive Miami. I contacted them several times via telephone and every time I spoke to them, they were very disorganized, had no idea when the lifts would be going up, and how long they would be jumping for. Almost immediately after I told them that we were fun jumpers who already had our USPA licenses, they wanted nothing to do with us. This drop zone seems to only be concerned with tandem jumpers who bring in easy money. Instead they should be concerned with jumpers who are in the sport for the long haul and not just wanted to try skydiving, over time we (fun jumpers) are the ones keeping the sport alive and bringing in the higher revenue.

Bottom line, I would not recommend this DZ to anyone based on my experience with them. Maybe I'm being bias to the larger, more efficient DZ's of the West Coast, but then again first impressions are everything and this is my impression of Skydive Miami.

Stay Safe

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I'm a German skydiving student and spent a week at Skydive Miami in Feb 2010 to continue my training. There weren't any problems for application. The staff was very friendly and helpful. My instructors (Randy, Greg, Trevor) were great! I learned lots of new things, was treated friendly and with respect. Couldn't have had better instructors. Fred, the manager had always time for some advice and personal chats. I had the luxury of having my rig packed for the first time! Safety and careful instruction had top priority! Skydive Miami is definitely the place where I will return skydiving!

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Like others that have already posted, I got my A license at Skydive Miami, and eventually decided to jump somewhere else. Even when I was in student status, I felt the staff to be rude and didn't feel welcomed half of the time. A hand-full of staff are helpful and friendly, but the others will ignore you, curse you out, and act like complete jerks when around you. It amazes me that the DZO allows some of the staff to act the way they do. No wonder jumpers go somewhere else. It's amazing home many south Florida jumpers I have met that jump at other DZs just because they can't stand jumping at Skydive Miami. License jumpers should probably stay away.

Besides the staff, there isn't a packing area, or a place where you can just sit and chill out. The landing zone is away from the DZ and you need to take a bus from the LZ to DZ.

The DZ is very safely run, and there is emphasize on safety, and that's a plus to this DZ. Besides its high safety precautions, I don't see a reason to jump at Miami.

If you decide to jump at SD Miami, be prepared to be 1 of at most 4 jump jumpers at the DZ. Most south Florida skydivers stay away from this DZ, and I would recommend all fun jumpers to do the same.

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What to say, I am from Italy and I enjoyed to jump here, the owner Fred is really friendly, nice plane, good facilities, very organized, good scenery, one hour from Miami Beach; but if you have to rent gear, as I do, you have to, as in many other DZ, struggle with the packers and the manifest to have a chute ready to use in the load you wanna jump. Thanks to Fred this hasn't been a problem the first day I jumped, not in the second, but this is really common when there's no many gear avaible and you can't book gear; that would be great, i know i am asking too much. Do not forget to take a look at the chicks around there: they are really cute, from the manifest to the packing room.

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I've been in living in Miami for a year and jump at Skydive Miami whenever I can - which isn't too often.

Very professional, well managed DZ, focused on tandems; comfortable Caravan, often operated under-capacity, so climbs fast in comfort - tandem ops have their benefits.

There's an absolute emphasis on safety, quietly and unobtrusively enforced by Fred, the DZO and the staff. They'll have a quiet word in your ear if you do something stupid or dangerous, suggest how to avoid a recurrence.

The staff are mostly young, international, 100% professional, with minimal to zero wankerish behavior.

Despite only jumping occasionally, the staff and regulars always make me feel welcome, I've never not got on a load. Like most DZs the irreverent humor quotient is high, but SkyDive Miami is maybe a little higher than most.

I recommend this place: it's the closest DZ to Miami, is safe, friendly and a fun place to be on a week-end....

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I agree with those who have said that this is probably a good place for tandem jumps and for a new student to learn how to skydive , but no place for fun jumpers. Professionality it is not how many jumps you have or how much you know but how professional you are. A previous review says: "This is my home DZ and it breaks my heart to see the way they treat me and my fellow fun jumpers . Theres not a family atmosphere at this dropzone at all ... Some of the Staff snaps at you for no apparent reason . They treat you like little kids and as a fun jumper its not fun at all . Remember the reason we all jump ? We jump to have fun . They will bump you for tandems or students all the time because tandems and student are there bread and butter and there treated like royalty . And once you get your license thats it they treat you likea piece of crap cuz your not there main source of income anymore and i'm not the only graduate fun jumper there that feels that way and the only person responsible for this is Fred the S&TA / operater , he sees whats happening with his fun jumpers going other place to jump and he does nothing about it cuz he only care about the tandems and students" At the time I did not understand why I was treated so disrespectfully, and was awfully bullied on the plane (for sitting in bad position, even though I said I was sorry), especially by the camera girl in the pink suit who many of you know how she is so I don't have to say it, but also some others joined her. At first I didn't know where all the crap that was being said came from (including "throwing someone off the plane with a broken neck"!), and it surprised me when, after some ridiculously immature bullying, I realized that it was on me. But after reading this and other reviews now it makes sense: some of the instructors and DVDs snap at you just because they don't get any money from you. It is their place, and they do not want you there, so they will give you crap about every little detail instead of helping you. I should have read these reviews before I went! I don't think it is Fred's fault, he is helpful and nice to everyone and operates the zone very well, but they need to start getting a hold on some of the staff if they ever really wanted licensed jumpers to go there. There are other nice professionals like Glenn the pilot and Sarah the assistant, and probably many others I don't know, but what happens before taking off, on the plane, and on the shuttle with the tandem instructors and cameras is very important for A-students and licensed jumpers, especially if you are not very experienced and might need some help. Manifest and riggers is not so important, so maybe you could just accept the cons.
After all fun jumpers are out there contributing to this sport too and sometimes bring friends for a tandem. I will not go back there.

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While traveling I stopped in for one day to jump and found both the staff and local jumpers to be very welcoming. People made a point of coming up and introducing themselves, the antithesis of cliquish. Yes, the tandems come first, but they have an appointment, and that is where the majority of the cash flow comes from. Let's get real, it is a business after all. It was a Saturday and I didn't have any problem getting manifested on loads.

The management was outstanding and they kept everybody informed via the PA as they went on and off of weather holds due to build ups moving over. I would highly recommend this dropzone to anyone who lives or visits the area.

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I am still an AFF Student and this was my first jump away from my home DZ. They were more than happy to work with me to ensure I knew my stuff and had all the documentation to allow me to jump as a student. I was a little on edge not knowing what to expect. The staff was great from the time we arrived till the time we left. At Skydive Miami SAFTEY is king. The winds were a bit to high to let a student up the day I went (19mph) but they were dedicated to making sure I had a great time. I ended up doing an IAF level 4 tandem. My instructor was great and made sure I had a blast. The view from the dive was out of this world. You can see from the Keys to the Everglades. I have read in other reviews that this DZ is a Tandem Factory and I can see how that might be the case on the weekends. During the week however it definitely is not. There were several fun jumpers there the day I went with only one tandem and me as a student. I highly recommend this DZ. Ill be back as soon as I have my A license.

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This place is great for your first jump, especially tandem, and that's what it essentially is, a "tandem factory". As an experienced fun jumper I make the extra trip to Air Adventures (Clewiston).

SD Miami is rather expensive and the staff can be rude at times. Loads are often backed-up with long waits to get on. The attitude and click-iness can be attributed to the location (near Miami).

For first-time jumpers / tourists, you WILL be treated like a king. Fun jumpers and experienced groups should go elsewhere.

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This is a Great place to Learn how to Skydive. All of the staff and the instructers are there to teach you properly and safley. The Packers and rigers work hard and I trust them with my life. Great place to hang out and not be another number. Medium size dropzones and everybody knows everybody. Lots of belly fliers but the freefly crowd is growing. If you freefly It would be great to see more of you here.

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Last time jumped:1977; Para Commander. Next jump:Tandem,February 2004 (27 years). Celebrated my 65th birthday. Square:the best equipment I ever jumped. AFF in March 2004. Jumping again ever since. Dropzone is ideal,very large landing area. Staff extraordinarily professional and friendly. No Sky Gods, no cliques. Fred, owner is my hero!

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I did my first jump in November of 2006 and signed up for the IAF course the same day. I mostly jumped on Sundays and it took me awhile to get through the course because a lot of days I would be grounded due to high winds. I was impressed by the DZO Fred who does everything by the book and always puts safety first. He always took the time to answer my questions even after a very busy day and never rushed me. My instructor Greg was top notch during every aspect of my training. He is a true profesional who really cares about his students.
As far as the dropzone itself is concerned, you can't go wrong jumping here. Kat who works manifest is the most organized person I've ever met. She really keeps those busy days running smoothly. The packers are a bunch of fun guys who will keep you laughing all day. Even though I was a student they treated me like I was one of their own. The videographers excel at what they do. One of them, Caroline, even videoed me during my training just to show me where I could improve.
Everyone from the pilots to the ground crew make this an A+ dropzone. The view on a clear day is spectacular and the landing area is huge. So in my opinion wheather you want to jump once or a lifetime Skydive Miami is a great place to do it!

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I live in Miami and definitely go to SDM if I don't feel like driving up to Sebastian ----BUT-----and it's a big "but", I don't go with the idea that I will get in a lot of jumps. It's usually at least 1-2 hour wait once we get there to get on a load. The staff is SUPER - very helpful & friendly. I would feel very confident on recommending an interested student to learn there (although the rates are higher than other places). Safety is first - this place is strictly by the book!

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If you have some freind who whant to jump in tandem, that is the place. Commercial, fast in fast out, with a good experiance.
If you are a licence skydiver, you are going to be welcome but not a lot a skydiver, the majority of the jumpers are the packers. but the plane will go up and you will jump.

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Skydive Miami is my home dropzone and I've been jumping there since my first tandem in 2001. They have a very professional and friendly atmosphere and welcome everyone to enjoy all aspects of the skydiving experience, from first timers and the people who've yet to jump, to experienced jumpers with a passion for the sport. Their jumping staff is second to none. They all have tons of experience and are always available to those who have questions or are in need of a little guidance. Their ground crew seems extremely knowledgable and dedicated to their duties and are always available. They have excellent packers/riggers and areas available to pack yourself if you prefer. I highly reccomend Skydive Miami to anyone who is even remotely in the area if they're looking for a nice day of skydiving.

I've heard it called the "safe" dropzone, as if it's a bad thing, but in all honestly I feel that their concerns for the safety of all involved in their program is a big part of their appeal to first time and learning skydivers. Yes, they're primarily a tandem/student factory, but someone's got to do it, otherwise where would new skydivers come from? A few things it might be missing to appeal to more fun jumpers might be a campsite, a resteraunt, and a beer light, but all of those things can be found close enough to the dz if you really need one. Their plane is a very well maintained Caravan that seats 15, and with a high volume of students/tandems you may find yourself searching for a slot, but with a little patience you can work with the staff to organize any kind of jump you want, just need enough fun jumpers to get the plane moving. Fuel ain't free. Anyway, I heart Skydive Miami. Hi, fred!

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This is the best place for a new student to learn how to skydive , professional instructors , State of the art equipment but no place for fun jumpers . This is my home DZ and it breaks my heart to see the way they treat me and my fellow fun jumpers . Theres not a family atmosphere at this dropzone at all , they treat you like a customer instead of family even after you spend $15,000 jumping there . Some of the Staff snaps at you for no apparent reason . They treat you like little kids and as a fun jumper its not fun at all . Remember the reason we all jump ? We jump to have fun . They will bump you for tandems or students all the time because tandems and student are there bread and butter and there treated like royalty . And once you get your license thats it they treat you likea piece of crap cuz your not there main source of income anymore and i'm not the only graduate fun jumper there that feels that way and the only person responsible for this is Fred the S&TA / operater , he sees whats happening with his fun jumpers going other place to jump and he does nothing about it cuz he only care about the tandems and students . The packers 1st priority is to pack tandems or student rigs . There are only 2 packers that pack and they pack tandems all day so if your a fun jumper dont expect to make to many jumps . The packers are disrespectful , they never pack your rig on time , and how one of them said " MONEY TALKS " so if your not tipping 20 bucks for a pack job your screwed , So learn how to pack if you ever decide making the mistake of jumping here . So the best thing i can recommend is to learn how to skydive there and once you get your license get the hell up out of there and join me and my friends at sebastian where you can have fun , make 10 jumps a day without having any problem with stupid packers and be treated like family !

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