Trading Hours

11:30-22:30 Weekdays
11:30-22:30 Weekends
Walk-ins Allows

What it costs

86 USD for 5 minutes
119 USD
209 USD
399 USD
Training from 200 USD
Saba Sky Diving is the first wind tunnel in Iran. This wind tunnel was opened in April of 2015. The tunnel is a custom 7 fan design that is 3.6 m in diameter. The entire structure is 36 meters tall and sits completely above ground. The project was a national mega project in Iran, was supported financially by Iranian Science and Technology vice Presidency. The tunnel was designed by Dr. Mohammad Ali Ardekani, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, at Iranian Research Organization for Science and Technology (IROST), and constructed by Fara Sanjesh Saba Company. It was was judged as the winner at the 29th Khwarizmi International Award, country’s most prestigious science and technology award. The award is presented to the winners by the President of Iran.

Wind speeds of up to 137mph
Diameter of 12ft
Height of 33ft

Contact Us

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Khayyam st., Mashhad, Iran, Mashhad, 9196888564
Mashhad, 9196888564

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Almost same design as skyventure AZ. When it windy outside the air inside the tunnel gets very turbulent and the tunnel stalls often.
Staffs are not well trained, but overall ok.

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